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Published on: April 1, 2016
Iraq and Iran
The Militia in the Living Room

An armed Iranian proxy in Iraq, lauded by the United States for its struggle against ISIS, is using satellite television to tear the country apart.

Joseph Braude, a senior fellow at the Al Mesbar Center in Dubai, is the author of a forthcoming book on Arabic media. Aaron Lobel is the founder and president of America Abroad Media, a non-profit organization in Washington that produces media programming in the Middle East.
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