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Amnesty report: Six more Ahwazis sentenced to death as Iran accelerates executions of ethnic minorities

A new report from Amnesty International confirms that Iran’s regime sentenced six Ahwazi men to death on 14 February as it escalates its murderous persecution...

Devastation of Ahwaz’s Hawizeh Wetland: Iranian Colonialism and its Environmental Injustice

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiOF4uTbv0E    The Hawizeh wetland, located in Ahwaz in the southwest of Iran, is currently devastated by man-made drought due to damming on rivers and pollution...

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Zara Mary Chassib Jaber: English actress and Ahwazi Princess

The regal connection of a very British-sounding actress to...

 As Protests Escalate, Iran’s Ethnic Minorities Fight Multifaceted Oppression, Racism and Propaganda

Ethnic Minorities are Facing Massacres in the Iran Protests    As...

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Devastation of Ahwaz’s Hawizeh Wetland: Iranian Colonialism and its Environmental Injustice

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiOF4uTbv0E    The Hawizeh wetland, located in Ahwaz in the southwest of Iran, is currently devastated by man-made drought due...

Hadi and Hashem: Poetic Revolutionaries of Ahwaz

“They may kill me But they couldn’t kill my thoughts, flowing like a torrent over the years” This article...

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Devastation of Ahwaz’s Hawizeh Wetland: Iranian Colonialism and its Environmental Injustice

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=TiOF4uTbv0E    The Hawizeh wetland, located in Ahwaz in the southwest of Iran, is currently devastated by man-made drought due to damming on rivers...

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Ahwazi Arabs Protest at Iran’s Sugarcane Companies’ Racist Employment Policies and Ecocide

Ahwazis from rural areas of the Ahwaz region held a demonstration on 8 August 2023 outside the offices of the Iranian regime’s state-run Dabal...

Iran’s Concrete Barriers and Spatial Segregation System in Ahwaz

Segregation Policy in Ahwaz: The Iranian Regime's Relentless Racism Against Ahwazi Arabs On July 10, 1979, the Chicago Tribune published a report by journalist Richard...

Ahwaz’ Street Children: Old Before Their Time  

Twelve-year-old Samer stands at a busy junction in the centre of Ahwaz, holding a towel and glass polish. When the traffic light turns red,...

Ahwazis Endure Water Shortages and Power Cuts at Iranian Regime’s Hands as Temperatures Rise to 50C

Introduction Access to clean, affordable, and safe drinking water is a fundamental human right recognised by the United Nations and is Goal Number 6 of...

Barriers Obstructing Ahwazi Women’s Empowerment

Abstract This paper sheds light on barriers that have held back Ahwazi women’s empowerment under consecutive Iranian governments. It investigates the factors that have moved...

Adnan Gharifi: A Voice who Spoke for Ahwazis

  Adnan Gharifi and the Place of Ahwazi Arab Writer in the Other’s Rhetoric  In bidding farewell to celebrated writers, poets, translators, critics, media figures and...

Ending Iran’s Systemic Violation of South Azerbaijani Women’s Rights Needs Real International Support

The shocking mass poisoning of schoolgirls in Iran has caused an unprecedented human rights scandal, generating widespread concern both domestically and internationally. Between November...

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