The Al Quds (Arabic: القدس) is an Iraqi light machine gun.
The Al Quds was a licensed copy of the Serbian Zastava M72, which itself was a copy of the RPK. Production began during the late 1970s and the weapon was issued to the Iraqi Army as their standard light support weapon. It was used during the Iran-Iraq War and the First Gulf War. Production ceased in the 1990s, although surviving examples still see limited use by Iraqi security forces.
The Al Quds is a basic gas-operated machine gun based on the Kalashnikov action. The barrel is partially finned. The Al Quds is identifiable by a slightly glossy finish.