Iranian People's Fedai Guerrillas

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The Iranian People's Fedai Guerrillas (in Persian: چريک‌های فدایی خلق ایران, translit.: Cherik-hayeh Fadaeyeh Khalgheh Iran, IFPG) is an Iranian opposition organization. It has a Marxist-Leninist ideology. The group was formed in 1979, when Ashraf Dehghani (previously a prominent OIPFG cadre) broke away from the Organization of Iranian People's Fedai Guerrillas. Dehghani had accused OIPFG of deviating from the strategy of guerrilla warfare.[citation needed]

After a war between Kurds and the Iranian Islamic regime in 1981, a revolutionary Kurd group of Ashraf Dehghani's group was formed.

IPFG publishes Payam-e-Fedayee and 19 Bahman.

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