Iran’s Assassins Murder Prominent Ahwazi Activist In The Hague

The distinguished Ahwazi Arab political activist, Ahmad Mola, was brutally murdered outside his home in the Netherlands on Wednesday. Indications suggest that the killers, who killed him instantly with three shots in the head and twice in the chest, were Iranian regime assassins. Although some reports claim that the killers were apprehended, there has been no official confirmation, with other reports suggesting that they escaped.

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UN Envoy Slams Iranian Regime’s Domestic Oppression, Persecution, Regional Crimes

The Saudi envoy to the United Nations has condemned the Iranian regime’s longstanding persecution of the Arab Ahwazi people in Iran,  saying that the regime in Tehran has shown no indication that it “intends to address the oppression and persecution suffered by the Arab people of Ahwaz, such as the outlawing of their Arab identity and their civil rights”. 

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Iranian regime thugs assault, humiliate Ahwazi Arab civilians

Ahwazi Arab activists have released this footage uploaded to social media by Iranian regime troops which shows Iranian security forces physically and verbally assaulting Ahwazi civilians who have been forced to face a wall, punching, slapping and kicking the unarmed civilians while using abusive and racist language against them.

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Ahwazi villages become ghost towns due to pollution, lack of water in the shadow of Iranian regime oilfields

According to Ahwazi eyewitnesses who visited more than 10 villages located in the oil-rich ‘Crete’ region near Ahwaz city, the wretched suffering of residents in these almost forgotten villages where the regime has established dozens of oil and gas fields in the surrounding area is beyond words.

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More Than 30 Arrested As Freedom Protests Sweep Across Arab Ahwaz Region In Iran

More than 30 people were brutally arrested in Ahwaz in Iran on Monday, the second day of Eid al-Fitr, after courageous Ahwazi Arabs held peaceful demonstrations in towns, cities, and villages across the region, demanding freedom and human rights and protesting against the systemic oppression and injustice which generations of Ahwazis have now endured under successive regimes for 92 years.

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