Komalah

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Komala
Spokesperson Ebrahim Alizadeh
Founded 1967
Split from Democratic Party of Iranian Kurdistan
Headquarters Iranian Kurdistan
Ideology Communism
Marxism
Political position Left-wing
Colors Red
Website
Komalah

Komala or Komalah (Kurdish: کۆمەڵە) is a Kurdish political party in Iran (see Iranian Kurdistan).[1] The word Komele in Kurdish is derived from Komel (Society) and means "association".[2] Komala is the Kurdish branch of the Communist Party of Iran.[3]

Political background[edit]

In 1967, Komala was founded and struggled against the government and policies of Shah for twelve years until 1979. In 1983 Komala formed a political organization with other Iranian Marxist and socialist groups called the Communist Party of Iran.[4][5]

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