According to Ahwazi reliable sources quoted to Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) that Ahwazi young named Mohammad Sawari died on Friday 26th of June 2020.
Mr. Mohammad Sawari son of Kazem, 30, married and has two daughters, resident of the bordering city of “Rofyea”, unemployed and spending his life through fish hunting in “Hor Al-Azim” wetland or selling livestock such as sheep and cow to Iraqi customers.
Martyr Mohammad Sawari was taking a few sheep through “Hor Al-Azim” wetland to sell them to Iraqi customers in early hours of Thursday 25th of June 2020, where he got in the IRGC trap after the number of police forces were hiding and started shooting towards Mohammad and his livestock.
Martyr Mohammad was shot with three live bullets in his body and after the situation calm down, Mohammad was transferred to a nearby hospital but the local hospital due to lack of medical equipment was unable to treat him. Mohammad’s family has transferred the victim to Ahwaz capital on Thursday.
Mohammad health condition was not stable and deteriorate every moment passes.
Mohammad’s injuries were too bad and his bleeding did not stop and he has passed away on Friday evening the 26th of June 2020.
Despite the presence of several oil companies near “Rofyea” city and according to local officials, only 10 percent of the company’s workers are Arabs and the rest are non-natives. Poverty, deprivation, and unemployment have caused some people in the “Rofyea” city to turn to livestock (livestock breeding) for their daily lives and their families and to sell their livestock to Iraqis that are adjacent to the Ahwazi-Iraqi border.
Mohammad’s father, Kazem Sawari, was executed in 1996 by the Iranian occupation regime on charges of acting against the country’s security and “fighting God” by blowing up oil pipelines.
“Rofyea” city is located 25 km west of the city of Howeyzeh and in the border strip with Iraq and it is 3 km away from “Hor Al-Azim” wetland.
Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights
27 June 2020