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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The Centre Against Racism in Iran’s statement concerning recent revolutionary court’s unfair sentences issued against three Ahwazi civil rights activists

According to the credible source, three Ahwazi civil rights activists have been discriminately sentenced by Branch 4 of Ahwaz Revolutionary Court to one-year imprisonment after they spent one and half month in solitary confinement inside intelligence security headquarter in Ahwaz city.

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Iranian MP slams regime, oil companies for drilling in renowned wetlands, forcibly displacing more Ahwazis

An MP from the Arab Ahwaz region of Iran confirmed in a recent Iranian state media report that the regime is deliberately draining the globally renowned Hor al-Azim wetlands to drill for oil, displacing the indigenous Arab people living nearby who have fished its waters for generations, despite the regime’s claims to wish to stabilise the region. 

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Iran accused of manipulating the Palestinian cause while hiding its colonialism against Ahwazi Arabs

The Iranian regime often draws upon its “resistance” credentials, frequently condemning Israel’s forcible expropriation of Palestinian people’s lands  and homes as well as the expulsion of the people themselves, referring to these acts as crimes against humanity and systematic ethnic cleansing. Iran also makes regular and vociferous arguments that the international community should take punitive action against Israel by introducing sanctions.

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