It's run by Saddam's old gang from the Baath party. The best bit:
Rayburn questions whether even some of the foreign volunteers realise the extent to which they are being drawn into Iraq’s morass. Some of the fiercest battles being waged today in Iraq are for control of communities and neighborhoods that have been hotly contested among Iraqis for years, before the extremists appeared.
“You have fighters coming from across the globe to fight these local political battles that the global jihad can’t possibly have a stake in.”
Speaking of Old Saddam, he's looking downright gentlemanly these days. My tribute to him can be found here.