Two Young Impoverished Ahwazi Prisoners Were Executed in Tehran’s Notorious Evin Prison

Regime authorities in Iran executed two young Ahwazi Arab prisoners on the morning of the 28th of September. The two inmates, identified as the cousins Ali Amouri, and Adnan Amouri, were hanged in Evin prison of Tehran on charges of armed robbery.  The regime often labels such charges on those people who are demanding job and equality if they are not political activists. The regime is wholly intolerant to any social and political demands.  This is because of the security situation in Al-Ahwaz region.

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Abadan to bring in soldiers as substitute teachers as school year begins

According to Fars news agency,  the head of  Abadan city’s Department of Education said on Saturday that the city is facing a significant shortfall in securing sufficient teaching personnel for the upcoming academic year, with 700 more teachers needed to fulfill the city’s and region’s education needs, adding that it’s currently drafting regime soldiers to fill teaching positions.

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Poverty seen in Ahwazi Children’s Eyes More Expressive than any Report

Mahatma Gandhi said, “Poverty is the worst form of violence. “This well-known saying is as valid today as then. Sadly, little has been done to curb or extinguish the spread of poverty. To understand the extent and seriousness of poverty, it is necessary to examine and correct the notion that poverty manifests itself only as material destitution. The full dimensions and manifestations of poverty can be understood as it relates to the Ahwazi people and their homeland.

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Stealthy Demographic Change In AL-Ahwaz Recalls Apartheid Era

Throughout human history, authoritarian regimes have exercised numerous policies to influence and pressure peoples whose homelands are under the grip of domination and occupation. Occupation policies include construction of settlements and relocation of settlers to change demographics to favor their colonial aspirations.  This is one of many ways used gradually to control the indigenous population living under colonial occupation.

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No Happy Labor Day for Ahwazi workers denied pay for 5+ months

People across the USA have again enjoyed Labor Day this year, the annual holiday on the first Monday in September when the nation recognises the immense contributions of workers in all fields to the U.S. economy. Labor Day is also meant to give workers a well-earned day off to unwind at home or go out with family and friends to enjoy a favourite recreational pastime. 

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The Iranian regime’s language oppression against Ahwazi arabs

The oppression and plight of ethnic minorities in Iranian society have received little or no attention from Western analysts, policymakers, and media. This negligence may be largely due to the Tehran regime’s predominant status as the focal point of Iranian culture, politics and foreign policy, which are strongly Persian in nature. 

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