Ahwazi Arab villages in south west of Iran trapped in cycle of oppression after their farmlands forcibly confiscated by Iranian regime


This short film documents crimes such as the destruction of a village, destruction of farmland, forcible confiscation of land, air and water contamination, denial of employment of Ahwazi Arabs and the creation of barriers and enclaves around their farmlands, thus cutting off the local Arabs from their livelihood and deliberately restricting their access to natural resources.

Such crimes are perpetrated by the Iranian regime to eradicate the Ahwazi Arab people from their historic lands in the south and south-western part of the country.   In this film two locals, a young man and an elderly man are talking about the distressful situation they are suffering from.

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