On Saturday the 19th of November 2017, Iranian Revolutionary court of Susa (Shoosh) ruled that the ownership of lands which belongs to the Kenanah villages was transferred to the Natural Resources Department of the Iranian occupation government.
In a statement published by the IRNA news agency, the head of the Revolutionary Court in the Sus city Seyyed Sadeq Jafari Junki said that the240 thousand hectares lands in the villages of Kenanah in the city of Sus was transferred to the Iranian Natural Resources Department with police assistance.
It is noteworthy that the Iranian occupation authorities have taken over very large areas since the beginning of the occupation under the titles of multiple projects cane sugar and commercial areas.
In fact, between 1980 and 1995 Iranian regime has taken over more than one and a half million hectares only under the title Cane Sugar Projects, which is equivalent to more than twice the Kingdom of Bahrain in terms of space.
From time to time, the Iranian government creates settlements on the Ahwazi lands to bring tens of thousands of people from the northern Persian cities of Iran to change the population structure and consolidate the occupation.
Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights
Written by Hossein Bouazar