Cancer diseases’ rates among citizens of the south Ahwaz city of Ma’shour have surged due to the deliberate contamination of water by the Iranian regime. Experts have said such diseases are being caused due to leakage of toxic waste from ...Read More »
By Ali Bouazar We the Ahwazi people still experiencing racist act by the Iranian regime. The ...
Although the Al-Ahwaz region remains as Iran’s economic heartbeat that has got huge wealth, such as ...
The prosperity of the Iranian desert provinces such as Isfahan, Kerman, Yazd, Qom, and Semnan did no...
Wildfires in Ahwaz last week destroyed four more hectares of the date palm trees that once helped fe...
Despite the Iranian establishment’s long-standing efforts to block media information, awareness is s...
Critical issues faced by Ahwaz (Arabistan) since its annexation to Iran in 1925 are often ignored or forgotten by both international and Arab communities. This is especially tragic, as Ahwaz occupies an exceptionally strategic location and provides access to a ...Read More »
As the Eid Al-Adha[Sacrifice Feast] holiday approaches in Ahwaz, Arab young men and women of Ahwaz are preparing to make the most of this cultural and religious event by gathering in large numbers to celebrate. The Iranian regime purports to ...Read More »
In this video footage, Iran’s Supreme Leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei strongly condemns the British empire for its eradication of native language particularly in India, deliberately “forgetting” the Iranian regime’s own domestic ban on the public speaking or teaching of the ...Read More »
There is no war, no terrorist attacks, no explosions or air strikes but, death haunts all living things here, not only human beings. When we speak of the suppression of Ahwazis, we speak of extrajudicial killings and executions of all ...Read More »
This footage shows Ahwazi Arab activists who gathered for a demonstration on the bank of the Karoon River, one of the main waterways in the region, to protest at the devastating effects of the Iranian regime’s systematic diversion of its ...Read More »
This foul fluid which looks and reportedly smells like liquid sewage is, in fact, the heavily polluted water supply for drinking and washing at a children’s school in the Arab Ahwaz region of Iran. According to a number of scientific ...Read More »
Iran’s judiciary and security services have perpetuated a crackdown on human rights activists by defaming and imprisoning those who dare speak out since Rouhani took office in 2013, Amnesty International said in a report on Wednesday. The report entitled “Victims ...Read More »
The streets of the cities of Al-Ahwaz and the marginalised Malashiya neighbourhood have been covered with sewage in the last two days due to an open disregard by officials in responsible for municipal departments of the Iranian regime. Ahwazi activists have ...Read More »
Ahwazi villages become ghost towns due to pollution, lack of water in the shadow of Iranian regime oilfields
According to Ahwazi eyewitnesses who visited more than 10 villages located in the oil-rich ‘Crete’ region near Ahwaz city, the wretched suffering of residents in these almost forgotten villages where the regime has established dozens of oil and gas fields ...Read More »