Hezbollah militias in Iraq (affiliate with Iranian Militias in Iraq and Syria – IMIS) are training ISIS and al-Qaeda terrorists at al-Najaf desert in southern Iraq, Iraqi analyst Ra'ad al-Sulaiman revealed on Friday.
In a televised interview, Sulaiman said that Hezbollah uses al-Shaikhan area at al-Najaf desert as a platform to train these terrorists.
He added that the militias will use these terrorists to carry out operations against Sadrist Movement's strongholds in Iraq.
This comes as Sadrist Movement leader Muqtada al-Sadr recently visited Saudi Arabia and UAE. These visits angered many Iranian Mullah loyalists in Iraq.