Mass Arrests (160 names) in Ahwaz, Continuous!

Iran is taking advantage of the attack to unite the ranks behind the besieged regime, but they have bigger worry than a single armed operation in Ahwaz as the incident is just another terror attack done by the Iranian regime.

Iranian regime fears a scarier nightmare, and this nightmare threatens Iranian regime’s existence. Nikki Haley told Iran after the attack: “Look in the mirror”, meaning the violence that happened in Ahwaz resembles it. Violence brings violence and the Iranian authorities are the ones that fund it and support it in Bahrain, Yemen, Iraq, Syria, Lebanon, Gaza and other areas.

But the Ahwazis are paying a high price for the attack. Iranian regime continuous their systematic crack down on Ahwazi Arabs, continuously spreading fear among Ahwazis. Iran under the universalobligation must treat its own people fairly but are they following that? bearing in mind that the Iranian regime harass/arrests/torture and execute people for their political/cultural and environmental activities.

Even though Ahwaz region accounts for 90% of Iran’s Gross domestic product, standing as the backbone of Iran’s economy. But it is one of most underdeveloped borders in the world’s most polluted areas. Our sources in Ahwaz said around 400 people were arrested.

So, the arrestees include civil, cultural, religious, human rights and political activists.But the issue has gone further, and in some cases, children and women have been detained by detainees as hostages. Some of the detainees have been transferred to Tehran. Meanwhile, no one dares to inquire about courts or security forces departments because they are terrified that they may get arrested.

The security forces seem to do whatever they want with the Ahwazi Arab people as they can blame them with the “Military parade attack” label. They try to eradicate any kind of independent cultural and civil activity in the province by creating a climate of terror and imprisonment/torture and execution.

The names of some of the detainees who have been identified by Ahwazi activists inside Ahwaz are as follows:

  1. Riaz Shamousi

  2. Ali Heidari

  3. Yousef Khasraji

  4. Jawad Hashemi

  5. Ali-reza Dris

  6. Maher Masoudi

  7. Riaz Zehiri

  8. Khalid Silawi

  9. Mokhtar Masoudi

  10. Ali Albaji

  11. Mohammad Masoudi

  12. Jader Afrawi

  13. Aghil Shamousi

  14. Seyed Jalil Mousawi

  15. Essa Badwi

  16. Hadi Abdawi

  17. Seyed Sadegh Mousawi

  18. Ahmad Heidari

  19. Milad Afrawi

  20. Adel Zehiri

  21. Abdulah Silawi

  22. Abbas Badwi

  23. Mousa Mazraeh

  24. Rashid Koroshat

  25. Hakim Koroshat

  26. Ms Zuddieh Afrawi

  27. Qaisiyah Afrawi

  28. Jawad Mohanapour

  29. Ali Moghinami

  30. Hussein Hamoodi

  31. Yahia Hamoodi

  32. Naji Kaabi

  33. Yahia Kaabi

  34. Azim Shawordi

  35. Ebrahim Shawordi

  36. Khaled Albu Khenfereh

  37. Ahmad Shawordi

  38. Mehdi Shawordi

  39. Adnan Khanafereh

  40. Moslem Faraj-allah

  41. Anwar Ashoori

  42. Mohammad-reza Jalali

  43. Rahim Amin-poor

  44. Mehdi Obidawi

  45. Mostafa Jalali

  46. Loghman Shorfi

  47. Yousef Marawneh

  48. Abdulah Hayati

  49. Nader Hayati

  50. Mostafa Basiri

  51. Kazem Sayahi

  52. Mansour Asakereh

  53. Yahiah Obidawi

  54. Ghasem Obidawi

  55. Jafar Obidawi

  56. Hassan Bit-Saeed

  57. Adel Zabee

  58. Ali Obidawi

  59. Aref Abiat

  60. Mohsen Badwi

  61. Farhan Shamousi

  62. Mohammad Amouri

  63. Naeem Heidari

  64. Aref Ghazlawi

  65. Kazem Ghazlawi

  66. Ali Alhaee

  67. Ahmad Amin

  68. Sajad Silawi

  69. Seyed Sadegh-Zadeh

  70. Jawad Badwi

  71. Shany Shamousi

  72. Khalil Silawi

  73. Jamil Silawi

  74. Fares Shamousi

  75. Sadegh Silawi

  76. Ali Mazraeh

  77. Samir Silawi

  78. Shaker Sawari

  79. Seyed Ghazem Mousawi

  80. Fazel Shamousi

  81. Sohrab Moghdem

  82. Karim Mojdem

  83. Jafar Hezbawi

  84. Ahmad Hezbawi

  85. Aref Nasseri

  86. Esameh Teimas

  87. Ahmad Teimas

  88. Mohammad Teimas

  89. Seyed Jasem Rahmani

  90. Majed Cheldawi

  91. Seyed Mahmood Rahmani

  92. Hatam Sawari

  93. Jasem Koroshawi

  94. Noori Neisi

  95. Hussein Heidari

  96. Adnan Sawari

  97. Mohammad Heidari

  98. Majed Sawari

  99. Ali Sawari

  100. Mohammad Mohammadi

  101. Ghasem Kaabi

  102. Mehdi Saedi

  103. Lami Shamousi

  104. Adel Afrawi

  105. Mehdi Kooty

  106. Ali Kooty

  107. Satar Kooty

  108. Ali Mansouri

  109. Ali Saki

  110. Abbas Saki

  111. Abo-Shelan Saki

  112. Khazal Abbas Al-tamimi

  113. Ali Sawari

  114. Mostafa Sawari

  115. Khaled Obidawi

  116. Abbas Heidari

  117. Morteza Amiri

  118. Yasin Amiri

  119. Sadegh Heidari

  120. Jalal Nebhani

  121. Khaled Hezbawi

  122. Mohammad Hezbawi

  123. Reza Betrani

  124. Taregh Amiri

  125. Jemal Mojadam

  126. Mehdi Mazraeh

  127. Ali Mazraeh

  128. Mohammad Sawari

  129. Ali Sawari

  130. Ahmad Kazem

  131. Jafar Abidawi

  132. Ahmad Bawi

  133. Ali Shajirat

  134. Mahmood Doraghi

  135. Aziz Hamidawi

  136. Omid Bechari

  137. Ramin Bechari

  138. Jamil Ahmad-poor

  139. Fahad Neisi

  140. Jamil Heidari

  141. Majed Heidari

  142. Ahmad Hamry

  143. Ali Sawari

  144. Danial Adel

  145. Mousa Mazraeh

  146. Abdulrahman Khasraji

  147. Mehdi Mazraeh

  148. Ahmad Sweedi

  149. Adnan Mazraeh

  150. Ms Lamia Hamadi

  151. Hassan Hezbawi

  152. Ali Sweedi

  153. Faeez Afrawi

  154. Mohammad Amin Afrawi

  155. Abbas Moghinami

  156. Morteza Bitshikh

  157. Morteza Moghinami

  158. Aref Moghinami

  159. Hamdan Afrawi

  160. Amir Afrawi

  161. Ali Afrawi

We, Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights are calling on all human rights organizations, including Amnesty International and the European Parliament to address the situation of Ahwazi Arabs prisoners and put an end to torturing political prisoners and stop human rights violations towards Ahwazis and other non-Persian nations, human rights and political prisoners in geographic so called Iran.

Hossein Bouazar is a human rights activist from the Ahwaz region in Iran. He writes about human rights abuses committed on the Arab Ahwazi.

Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights

Date: 29/10/2018

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