Mass arrests against Ahwazi young in Shu’aybiah city
According to reliable sources quoted to Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights (ACHR) that Iranian intelligence service has raided one of the Shu’aybiah city’s village north of Ahwaz capital on early hours (1 am) of Thursday the 31st of October 2019.
During the raid and arrest operation that happened for at least one hour in the “Beit Hatut” village, the Iranian intelligence service has arrested number of Ahmad Mola Neisi relative and took them to unknown location. The Iranian occupation intelligence service has simultaneously surrounded and raided four homes at the same time.
The four homes are as follows, first they have started with father of Ahmad Mola’s home and then Ahmad Mola’s brothers (Mr. Hamad and Mr. Hassan) and finally Mr. Taregh Saddam home.
The names of Ahwazi young that were arrested as follows:
- Mr. Hamad Mola Neisi
- Hassan Mola Neisi
- Taregh Saddam Neisi
- Hattam Kaabi
- Sattar Kaabi
- Emad Hamad Neisi
- Ammar Hamad Neisi
- Aqil Hamad Neisi.
According to eyewitness stated that the unit that has carried out the operation is not from Iranian police or ordinary unit, but they were special unit that were wearing black dress and all the staff were wearing masked hat in such way that only their eyes can be seen. The number of forces was estimated between 40 to 50 men that were carrying heavily weapons.
The brutal attack by Iranian security forces to the Mola Neisi and his brothers’ home happened after two sound bombs exploded in Ahwaz capital, on Tuesday, October 29 2019. The two bombs exploded in “Zand” junction and “Melli Rah” square of Ahwaz capital. the explosion of two bombs had no casualties.
It is noteworthy that the Iranian occupation authorities’ statements were contradictory, and the so called (Khuzestan) governor, Jamal Alemi Neisi, said: “The two sound bombs were planted next to the cars on the street, as they had been used in clan disputes.”
Gholamreza Shariati has accused the Islamic Republic’s opponents about the blasts and said, ” with the presence of police and security forces, we will never allow the regime’s opponents to be present.”
Ahmad Mola Nissi, 52, established the Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahwaz (ASMLA), which seeks a separate state in the southwestern region of so called Iran, has been shot dead in the Netherlands on 7th of November 2017.
the Dutch foreign ministry finally said it had “strong indications that Iran was involved in the assassinations” and that it kept the evidence secret “in the interests of facilitating the common EU action” against Iran.
“Hostile acts of this kind flagrantly violate the sovereignty of the Netherlands and are unacceptable,” the Dutch foreign ministry said.
Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights strongly condemns the arbitrary arrests against Ahwazi families specially the intimidation and horrifying the Ahwazi children and women by Iranian occupation security service and calls for international act against the criminal regime of Iran to stops its heinous crimes against defend-less Ahwazi people.
Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights