Supreme Commander (militant)
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Supreme Commander is a title given to a person who controls and runs a militant group, organization, or wing. The title is also used for the head of a group's Supreme Council in many organizations, such as Tehrik-i-Taliban. 
- Mullah Mohammed Omar
- Osama bin Laden
- Tehrik-e-Taliban leadership
- Sri Lankan Tamil nationalism
- Al-Shabaab (militant group)
- Abdul Rauf Asghar
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