Saddam Era Talia Youth Organization
"Al-Tala'e" or "Talia" translates to "The Vanguards" and was a Ba'ath party youth paramilitary organization existing in the 1980s for children aged 6 through 18. The camouflage pattern worn by their members was incredibly unique and more ceremonial than practical. The patterns consisted of palm trees and a map of North Africa and the Arabian Peninsula.
The Talia Youth was separated into age groups, with the blue camouflage worn by years six to twelve. The above example is for a male, but female variants exist.
Ages twelve to eighteen wore the brown dominate camouflage pattern. As shown here, females wore a skirt and longer profile jacket.