|Allegiance|| Kurdistan Workers' Party
Kurdistan Freedom Falcons (alleged)
|Years of service||1992-present|
Bahoz Erdal, born Fahman Husain (Kurdish: Fehman Hûseyn, also spelled Fehman Hüseyin) is a Kurdish member and commander of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK). He is from Syria and of Kurdish origin. He served as the head of the Hezen Parastina Gel (HPG), the PKK's armed wing from June 2004 until July 2009, when he was replaced by Sofi Nurettin. Since 2004 he is part of the 3-man PKK Executive Committee which includes himself, acting PKK leader Murat Karayılan and PKK co-founder Cemil Bayik, who preceded Bahoz Erdal as the PKK's military commander.
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| Military Commander of the PKK
June 2004 – June 2009
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