How effectively Ahwazi Arab people in Iran find protection at the international and regional level?

Al-Ahwaz, which was also known as Arabistan until 1936, is the territory of Ahwazi Arab people bordering with Iraq and the Arabian Gulf. The Ahwazi sovereign land was annexed by the Persian state in 1925, after years of confrontation between Shaikh Khazaal, the legitimate ruler of the territory, and Reza Pahlavi, who invaded it.

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No grief over death of Rafsanjani the “Iranian fox” amongst Ahwazi Arabs

The death of former Iranian President Ali Akbar Hashemi Rafsanjani on Sunday at age 82 is not being mourned by  Ahwazi Arab population, who remember him best for ethnic cleansing of Arab regions and  virulent anti-Arab racism towards the Ahwazi Arab population, including his infamous statement to media in 1985:  “We don’t  have Arabs, but there are a few gypsy people whose job is singing and dancing.”

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Dozens of Ahwazi villages dispossessed as Iranian regime’s ethnic cleansing intensifies

Whole areas depopulated as Iranian regime’s apartheid policies towards Ahwazis worsen The current regime with much more hostile policies in comparison with the previous Pahlavi system, has continued to carry out the ethnic cleansing policies through altering the demographic makeup of Ahwaz in south west of the country. In this era, the policy of changing the population structure of Ahwazi areas in numerous forms has been widely implemented. 

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