Abu Mahdi al Mohandas is a Shiite Muslim lawmaker who is running for reelection in next month's election, but can't set foot in Iraq because of U.S. accusations that he's a key figure involved in Iranian-backed Shiite militias that have launched deadly attacks against U.S. and Iraqi targets.
Abu Mahdi al Mohandas is a Shiite Muslim lawmaker who is running for reelection in next month's election, but can't set foot in Iraq because of U.S. accusations that he's a key figure involved in Iranian-backed Shiite militias that have launched deadly attacks against U.S. and Iraqi targets. Photo courtesy of the political campaign/MCT
Abu Mahdi al Mohandas is a Shiite Muslim lawmaker who is running for reelection in next month's election, but can't set foot in Iraq because of U.S. accusations that he's a key figure involved in Iranian-backed Shiite militias that have launched deadly attacks against U.S. and Iraqi targets. Photo courtesy of the political campaign/MCT

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