This week, on the anniversary of the passing of Ahwazi leader Mansour Silawi al-Ahwazi, the Unrepresented Nations and Peoples Organisation (UNPO) together with the Democratic Solidarity Party of al-Ahwaz (DSPA) organised a seminar titled ‘No democracy without the recognition and ...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...
According to Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights source in Al-Ahwaz, the Iranian occupation authorities will begin construction of a new dam under the name of Nargisi, which is located in the area of Kazerun in Fars Province on the river ...Read More »
The first is presented with the usual hardline sectarian militarist rhetoric directed at both regional countries and what you might call its base of ‘true believers’. The second is the PR-conscious “moderate reformist” fantasy which the regime peddles in its ...Read More »
Reza Echresh, 33 years old, a resident of Susangerdah, (Khufajieh), who was arrested by Ahwaz’s Abolfazl Al-Abbas Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) in August 2016, was detained in Branch 2 of Ahwaz Revolutionary Court under the chairmanship of judge “Zare” ...Read More »
The Iranian intelligence service has arrested Sheikh Majid al-Shuraidah, the father of Ahwazi journalist Mr. Mohammed Majid in Ahwaz capital On Friday, 9th March 2018. The arrest of Sheikh Majid al-Shuraideh comes after his tribute to Sheikh Molla bin Ashmil, ...Read More »
According Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights’ monitoring and observatory unit, an Ahwazi athlete has faced sport racial discrimination on Wednesday the 7th of March 2018. Ahwazi girl named as Nawal Abyat (also known as Ameneh Daei) son of Khalid, 16 ...Read More »
The Iranian intelligence service crackdown and mass arbitrary raids and arrests against Ahwazi people led to the their long and short term disappearance and by complete ignorance the disappeared families’ suffering. Almost all the disappeared Ahwazi people either being kidnapped ...Read More »
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 ...Read More »
Picture by Peter Tatchell Stories of unlawful, unjust arrests and even deaths in prison have been making headlines on the heels of Iran’s winter protest movement. Demonstrators initially railed against the country’s stalled economy and the massive price hikes on ...Read More »
After Iranian security, police and Basij militia forces cracked down the recent Iranian protest and the Iranian supreme leader has lately described the protestors as “Enemy agents”, the arrests raids against Ahwazi young has been intensified and large number of ...Read More »