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Tehran created the Popular Mobilization Forces, a coalition of 17 Shi'ite militias, plus the Islamic Peshmergas (Kurdish fighters hired by Tehran) to parallel the Iraqi national army and the military force of the Kurdistan Autonomous Region government.
The original idea had taken shape in 1975, when Ayatollah Hadi Ghaffari created the first branch of Hezbollah in Tehran to fight the Shah.
By 1977, clandestine branches had been created in Turkey and Kuwait.
This was precisely what happened in Turkey, where attempts by the Hezbollah branch to make a splash were crushed by the army.
In Iraq, a premature takeover bid by Khomeini gave Saddam Hussein an excuse to invade Iran and start an eight-year war.
Thus, he developed the strategy known as "parallelism" (movazi-sazi in Persian).