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Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 01

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 02

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 03

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 04

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 05

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 06

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 07

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 08

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 09

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 10

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 11

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 12

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 13

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 14

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 15

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 16

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 17

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5

Ashab-ul-KAHAF Episode 18

Ashab al-Kahf (Arabic: اصحاب الکهف, lit. 'Companions of the Cave') is an Iraqi Shia militant group that has been described as a proxy formation of Iran.[1] The group first emerged in August 2019, but increased in activity following the assassination of Qasem Soleimani.

Rating
3.1/5