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Arab Ahwaz citizens protest against Iran’s IRIB media corporation

Thousands of Arab citizens gathered in the southwest Iranian city of Ahwaz to protest against Islamic Republic of Iran Broadcasting (IRIB) corporation after a children’s program omitted any mention of their culture during a show celebrating the country’s diversity. Last ...

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Execution of two Ahwazi detainees and third is awaiting

Seyyed Habib Rahmani, 30, married and has three children, from Althoura (Kuyeh Alawi) neighbourhood of Ahwaz capital who disappeared in May 2017. Seyyed Habib Rahmani (Mousawi) has a history of two times imprisonment because of political activities and has been ...

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From streets to torture factory: Plight of protesters in Iran

  When you enter the streets to protest against the government in Iran, you know exactly what to expect should you get caught. But through sheer desperation, thousands have been forced to take to the streets, with a large number ...

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Saudi FM to Iran, Qatar: Enough is enough

Staff Writer, Al Arabiya EnglishThursday, 22 February 2018 Saudi Arabia’s Foreign Minister Adel al-Jubeir said in a speech before the European Parliament in Brussels that the current nuclear agreement is not enough to modify Iran’s behavior. “We believe that the ...

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Iranian Expansionism Destroying the Middle East

The aggressive expansionism of the Iranian Regime has caused violence and divisions across the Middle East, while their efforts to create regional proxy militias are worsening the situation in three already unstable countries: Syria, Yemen, and Iraq. It is well ...

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ANALYSIS: Iranian regime’s policy of dumbing down the population

The Iranian regime’s ban on the teaching of English in its schools is just an extension of its attempt at dumbing down the population in order to force feed them the ideology of Ruhollah Khomeini. It is a method which ...

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Why US Should Partner with Non-Persian Nations in Countering Iran’s Aggression

Up until now (and likely for at least the last 70 years or so), the US foreign policy has consisted of identifying one ally, partner, or counterpart, and dealing with that party onwards until either US policy changes or that ...

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How will Iran’s protests affect its regional proxies?

It is not difficult to understand the state of gloom and uncertainty that’s descended over Hezbollah and its allies over the ongoing protests in Iran against the party’s sponsors in the Iranian regime. The Lebanese party has been reluctant to ...

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Disasters Situation in Al-Ahwaz – Ghizaniyah water tanks are empty

Ali Amouri in a conversation with an Iranian pro media in Ahwaz, referring to the drought and a severe shortage of water in the Ghizaniyah section, said: “40 villages in Ghizaniyah are facing serious lack of water in supplying drinking water and ...

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From Melting Pot to Pressure Cooker: #IranProtests and the Ethnic Minorities

Iran is a not just a political state, but a historic civilization that long has held up its ethnic diversity. However, the Persian majority dominates the country and discriminates socially and systematically against its minorities, particularly large segments such as ...

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