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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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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30 Years Since the Iran-Iraq War, The Suffering Continues for Ahwazis in War-Devastated Cities

In this short film,  Ahwazi Arab locals in the  cities  of Mohammareh and Abadan near the Iran-Iraq border in Iran talk about the horrendous suffering there, lamenting the medieval conditions of destitution,  deprivation and medieval poverty, despite the Ahwaz region housing  over 90 percent of the oil and gas wealth claimed by Iran.

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Ahwazis Appeal to International Community to Intervene and Save Their Lives from Pollution Threat

According to the World Health Organization (WHO) in 2011, Ahwaz city  had the worst air pollution in the world marked by “the highest count of small airborne particles out of 1,100 urban areas around the world,” that can cause “asthma, heart disease and lung cancer.” 

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Former Ahwazi MP sheds light on secret committee for suppressing Ahwazi Arabs

An Ahwazi Arab, Adel Al Asadi, a former MP in Iran’s parliament, now living in the West, has revealed information about a secret and illegal committee formed by the Iranian Mullahs’ regime specifically to devise and implement oppressive measures against the Ahwazi people. Mr. Al Asadi has made this public to the media for the first time in an interview with Ahwaz Monitor.

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