IRAQ: Beth Nahrin Patriotic Union mourns Nineveh Plain Forces fighter

NINEVEH PLAINs, Iraq — The Beth Nahrin Patriotic Union (Huyodo d-Bethnahrin Athroyo, HBA) mourned the death of Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian member of the Nineveh Plain Forces (NPF) Fadi Sabah Badie.

Badie passed away on Monday after being struck by a vehicle on the Sheikhan–Qosh Road.

He was born in 1990 in Nineveh Plains, Bashiqa, Mirki village. Badie was the father of two children.

He joined the NPF in 2014 when the group was first formed to combat the Islamic State (ISIS) in Nineveh Plains.

Badie believed in and was dedicated to the struggle for the rights of the Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian people.

According to those who served with Badie, he was a brave and committed fighter, performing his duty to the fullest and defending the villages of the Chaldean–Syriac–Assyrian people in Iraq.

On Wednesday, delegations from the HBA, NPF, and the Bet-Nahrain Democratic Party participated in offering condolences to his family in the village of Mirki in Bashiqa district.