Komalah (CPI)

Not to be confused with Komala Party of Iranian Kurdistan.
Komala Kurdistan's Organization of the Communist Party of Iran
کۆمەڵە ڕێکخراوی کوردستانی حیزبی کۆمۆنیستی ئێران
Leader Ibrahim Alizade
Founder Foad Mostafa Soltani
Hama Hussain Karimi
Abdullah Mohtadi
Founded Iranian Kurdistan, 1984
Headquarters Silêmanî, Iraqi Kurdistan
Ideology Socialism
Internationalism (politics)
Political position Far-left
Party flag

CPI Komala's flag, plain red socialist flag

Komala Kurdistan's Organization of the Communist Party of Iran, is a far-left Kurdish communist party active throughout the borders between Iran-Iraq. The party is led by Ibrahim Alizade. Komala suffered a split in 2000 by Abdullah Mohtadi after ideological disagreements between him and the party's current leader Ibrahim Alizade. Abdullah Mohtadi went over to Kurdish nationalism while Ibrahim Alizade stayed on far-left communism. The party works as the Kurdish branch of CPI

The party still enjoys good relations with Abdullah Mohtadi's Komala Party of Iranian Kurdistan even though they criticize each other for using the same name (Komala)


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