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Iran turns blind eye over serious fish poisoning in Al-Ahwaz

After multiple warnings and for several years of the danger of marine fish, which is the most popular eaten in Al-Ahwaz, fish poisoning Already confirmed last month in the cities of Al-Ahwaz and it was in a great extend. “Sobour”, “Zobeidi” ...

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Report sheds light on the imminent destruction of Ahwazi Hur Althem wetland

Claiming “oil” from the ” Hur Al Athem ” it has no end. From 2008 where oil extraction has been reached to the “last survivor wetland in Mesopotamia”, extreme degradation taken place to destroy Hur Al Athem every day. 7 ...

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HUMAN RIGHTS IN IRAN DURING FIRST YEAR OF HASSAN ROUHANI’S ‘MODERATE’ PRESIDENCY

In August 2013, twenty-four years after serving as the representative of the Supreme Leader in the mullahs’ highest security organization, the Supreme Security Council, Hassan Rouhani took office as the President of the Iranian regime. His foremost motto as the new man in office was ...

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Iranian regime lingeringly kills Karoon River

Iranian regime is working on a policy which has resulted in gradual destruction of Karoon which is viewed as an important source of life environmentally and economically for Ahwazi Arab people. After Ahwaz’s occupation, Iranian regimes had pursued the policy ...

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ACFH congratulates the freedom of Ahwazi captive Faleh Abdullah Al-Mansouri and demands release of all Ahwazi prisoners

Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights (ACFH) received news about release of captive Faleh Abdullah Al-Mansouri and reached Dutch land on 20th August 2014 after he spent eight years of captivity in Iran’s prisons.   Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights congratulates the ...

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The Right to Life of Ahwazi

According to the article 3 of the universal declaration of Human Rights, ”Everyone has the right to life, liberty and security of person” (The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 10th December 1948). The right to life can be explained ‘as a ...

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Health and psychological drop of Ahwazi activists in Australian Christmas Island

ADPF’s Media centre has been informed by it’s sources about an deteriorating health situation of Ahwazi activists and their families that are detained in Australian Christmas island camps since the 13th of August 2013.   Media centre has received their ...

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Iran: Arbitrary arrest of Ahwazi Arabs after the vigil on the banks of Karoon

According to Ahwazi resources from Al-Ahwaz capital confirmed that Iranian intelligence services has carried out an arbitrary arrest that leads to arrest four innocent Ahwazi Arab youth on Friday, 5th September 2014.   Resources added “ the arrest has taken ...

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The weapon of forced displacement against the indigenous Ahwazi Arabs

Since the Islamic Republic Regime’s rise to power, the mullahs’ regime has enforced ethnocide policies against Ahwazi Arab nation and other non-Persian nations. In fact, the threat of forced displacement, deportation or execution against the Ahwazis, Kurds, Turks, Baluchs and ...

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Discrimination in Al-Ahwaz

According to the article 2 of the universal declaration of Human Rights, ”everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or ...

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