Will Iran Be The Next Regional Nation Torn Apart By Conflict?

While Iran’s regime is always keen to portray itself as a great supporter of oppressed Muslim peoples, particularly Palestinians, with regime officials recently condemning Israeli brutality to worshippers at the iconic Al Quds Mosque and denouncing the massacres by Myanmar’s regime, carried out supposedly in the name of “fighting terror,” Tehran remains silent on its own systemic oppression of minorities within Iran.

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Iran’s power over ethnic minorities weakens with Kurdish referendum

The recent Kurdish referendum in Iraq may have wide-reaching repercussions that are of great importance when considering the future of the Middle East. Experts have surmised that Iran will be the most affected in the aftermath of this referendum, as Iran has faced something similar before in their own history – the Republic of Mahabad.

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Ahwaz is the Middle East’s linchpin to international relations

The world is witnessing profound transformations related to the nature of international relations. In light of a heightened prevalence of terrorism across the globe, international security has become increasingly threatened. The fluctuating landscape of international relations in light of this threat has drastically changed political maps in the Middle East.

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Supreme hypocrisy from Iran’s Supreme Leader over eradication of native languages

In this video footage, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei strongly condemns the British empire for its eradication of native language particularly in India, deliberately “forgetting” the Iranian regime’s own domestic ban on the public speaking  or teaching of the native languages of four ethnic minorities in Iran – Ahwazi Arabs, Turks, Kurds and Baluchis.

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