Iran’s election sham foreshadows ominous times ahead

Just two weeks after the sham election result which provided an opportunity for the regime to revitalise and breathe again, its medieval revolutionary courts have restarted their man-slaughtering exploits with a vengeance by running group executions, mass arrests, and imprisonment.

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Mass grave found in Ahwaz city, believed to hold victims of regime’s 1980 mass executions

Dozens of bodies were reportedly uncovered in a mass grave discovered by municipal workers in the city of Ahwaz before Iranian regime security forces rushed to the scene and demanded that the workers reinter the bodies and not report the discovery.

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The Untold Story Behind the Seizure of the Iranian Embassy in London

In early 1979, political activists in Mohammareh, located in the region of Ahwaz, coordinated with activists across the region to establish political organisations aimed at effectively mobilising Ahwazi Arabs to carry out peaceful activities and advocate for the political, cultural, economic, and social rights of the Ahwazi Arab nation.

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Hungry for Justice: Ahwazis and the World’s Selective Humanity

According to Ahwazi rights groups, the exiled Ahwazi political prisoner Maher Kaabi (Zagheibi) began an indefinite hunger strike while imprisoned in the northern Iranian city of Ardabil. He started his hunger strike 8 days ago in protest of the prison officials’ action to transfer him from his political cell to a Criminal Crimes Division where dangerous prisoners are incarcerated.

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