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The entire territory of Ahwaz, covering 324,000 square kilometres, is bounded to the west by Iraq, to the south-west by the Arabian Gulf and Arabian Peninsula and to the north, east and south-east by the Zagros Mountains, the natural boundary between Ahwaz and Iran. Alahwaz is among the most resource-rich territories occupied by Iran, holding more than 80 percent of the country’s oil and gas resources. Ahwazi Arabs are among the most brutally oppressed peoples in the Middle East. The population of the region in the south and southwest of Iran totals around 8 million, with the people united by race, culture and language. The Ahwazi Arab dialect strongly resembles the dialect in neighbouring Iraq. The majority of Ahwazis are Shia and Sunni Muslim, although there are other sects and creeds, including Christian and Mandaean. Alahwaz is an Arab region located in the north and the east of the Arabian Gulf to the east of Shat Al-Arab waterway which has been occupied by Iran for more than nine decades and renamed ‘Khuzestan.’ The region has three major rivers, the Karoon, Jarrahi and Karkheh, which play a vital role in the lives of its people, with most Ahwazis long economically dependent on the three waterways for their income from both fishing and agriculture, with the waters used to irrigate the rich arable land. Since the initial annexation of Ahwaz by Iran, then known as Persia, 90 years ago, the humanitarian situation of the Ahwazi Arab people has steadily worsened, with the level of murderous repression by the current regime rising daily, extending to the level of systemic ethnic cleansing as policy, forcible eviction of the Ahwazi indigenous people, and the construction of exclusive apartheid-style settlements for non- Ahwazi, non-Arab settlers; these settlers are offered multiple economic and social incentives to move there and given guarantees of a promising future, while the Ahwazi Arab indigenous peoples are further marginalised, alienated and denied the most basic rights in every field. Historically the catastrophic suffering of the Ahwazi people first began after Reza Khan, the then-ruler of Persia, now called Iran, and invaded the Emirate of Al-Ahwaz in 1925, overthrowing the last independent Arab ruler of the region, Sheikh Khazaal Alkaabi, who was subsequently imprisoned in Tehran for 10 years before being murdered in 1936 by strangulation on the orders of Reza Khan. The current theocratic Iranian regime has imposed authoritarian rule on Al-Ahwaz region by the harshest measures, in a bid to isolate the Ahwazi Arab people from their origins and their historical association with the Arab nations, simultaneously imposing an absolute media blackout on any reporting of the suffering of Ahwazis. No more than 60% of the inhabitants have access to safe drinking water, even though there are five rivers in the region. Dams have been constructed in Ahwaz, diverting water to other, ethnically Persian provinces such as Isfahan and the province’s marshes and wetlands have been drained, destroying the ecosystem. This has had a devastating effect on the region’s farmers and fisherman. As well as direct forced relocation and displacement, the regime also pursues other abusive policies against the Ahwazi people and their lands, which have a devastating effect. These policies include the ‘giant dams’ project in which the main rivers in the Ahwaz region, such as the Karoon, which provide the people with not just domestic water supplies but water for irrigation of crops, are being redirected through the construction of vast dams in order to pipe the water to central Persian provinces of Iran, particularly Isfahan. The region’s poverty stands in contrast to its natural wealth. 98% of Iran’s oil resources and 100% of its natural gas come from the area. If it were an independent state, the occupied Al- Ahwaz would be the world’s third-largest producer of oil. However Iran’s discriminatory policies have turned it into a hell on earth where the Ahwazi indigenous inhabitants are continuously terrorised, watching their land being stolen from them, their resources taken away, and their children being deprived of their education and ethnic identity.
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الأهواز ميديا .. القناة الأهوازية الأولی لنشر أعمال الرواديد والمنشدين والقراء الأهوازيين في إيران " الله الله " أداء المنشدين : مصطفی محسن زاده وسروش رحمانی كلمات الشاعر : محمدعلی كریمي الترجمة العربية: مهدي نجدي الترجمة الإنجليزية: زينب سلمان التنفيذ: الأهواز ميديا . . . للتواصل مع القناة عبر شبکات التواصل الإجتماعي : Facebook.com/AhwzMedia Instagram.com/AhwzMedia Youtube.com/AhwzMedia Youtube.com/AhwzMedia2 Aparat.com/AhwzMedia Telegram.me/AhwzMedia #أشترك_بالقناة_وفعل_جرس_الاشعار_ليصلك_كل_جديد
AHWAZ أنا أحوازي وأريد الحرية أنا أحوازي ولغتي الأم عربية وأتكلم الفارسية التي فرضتها الحكومة المركزية في أيران عليّ ،أقع في منطقة جغرافية أستراتيجية حيث العراق في غربي وأيران في شرقي والخليج العربي في جنوبي وكوردستان في شمالي،مساحة بلادي أكثر من 350000 كيلومتر مربع وعدد سكانه حوالي 9 ملايين شخص. أمتلك ذخائر نفط وغاز هائلة تعادل ذخائر العراق والكويت ولديّ نهر كارون اكبر نهر في المنطقة وأراض خصبة وأنتج أنواع المحاصيل الزراعية . هنالك شعوب أخرى في أيران غير الفارسية الحاكمة وليست الفارسية هي الأغلبية ، شعوب مثل الكورد والاتراك والتوركمان والبلوش ومحرومة من حقوقها في الدستور الايراني وتطالب بأستعادتها وتناضل من أجلها . في الاحواز ديانات أخرى غير الاسلام واكبرها وأقدمها الصابئة التي لم تعترف بها ايران رغم ذكرها في القران (اصل 13 من الدستور الايراني. يتشكل علمي الوطني من ثلاثة ألوان بالترتيب من فوق :الأحمر والابيض والاسود وتتوسطه نجمة خضراء عليها دائرة. لدي حضارة عيلام التي عمرها خمسة آلاف عام .كنت الحصن القويم قبال الهجمات المختلفة التي تعرّضت لها ،وكنت البوابة لدخول العرب المسلمين على الدولة الفارسية آنذاك أمتلك أرثا عظيما وتراثا غنيا منعني الأحتلال الايراني نشره وتقديمه للعالمين. بنيت دولا منها دولة المشعشعيين وأخرها دولة الكعبيين التي قضى عليها الجيش الايراني وقبض على الامير خزعل حاكمها سنة 1925
Iran. What is it that you think of when you hear that word? When you read it? Most people see Islam, some see peace, and some see freedom. But believe me the closest you get to freedom is that you get to walk the streets everyday without the fear of your life being taken. But even that freedom is slowly but surely being taken away. Mothers fear for their children and children fear for their fathers. People think that it's a great Muslim country. Tell me then, why is it that you cannot find one Sunni Masjid in Tehran? Why is it then that fathers cannot name their children after the khulafa? Why is it that if you speak about the Sunnah of the prophet you are to be hung? Why is it that you are never to speak the Arabic language? If this is what you call freedom then I don't think I want to be free
Ahwazi Arab demo in London 2013 against occupation of AL-ahwaz by Persians in front of the UK parliament.
الخليج العربي او الخليج الغير عربي من المنطقة العربية
Massive sandstorms continue to plague the Al-Ahwaz region of Iran. They are caused by water heavy pollution of wetlands, lakes and rivers and Tehran's gross water mismanagement. The storms have severe impacts on the economy and livelihood of millions of people in Al-Ahwaz. Meanwhile, environmental activists are being arbitrarily arrested and detained (unpo.org/article/20620). One of the key factors forgotten by analysts when looking at Iran’s popular breakdown is the rampant discontent regarding environmental governance. The infamous Lake Orumiyyah’s case best illustrates water mismanagement in Iran. This issue touches upon many others, but essentially concerns ethnic minorities that are politically and economically neglected at first. Minority-inhabited territories are generally rich in resources and agricultural potential, but exploitative policies coupled with water mismanagement have serious impacts countrywide and are severely affecting their living conditions. The environmental crisis hits more severely minority regions. In Balochistan for example, Lake Hamoon has been totally dried out. In Al-Ahwaz, the Hor Al-Azim and the Flaheih marshlands are dramatically shrinking. Moreover, changing local plants like palm trees into sugarcane exploitation plans into huge industrial agro-projects led to water shortage and lands salinization. This mismanagement and negligence are leading to an environmental crisis but also has other detrimental impacts. This contributes to food insecurity, mass migration, health hazards, soil deterioration and desertification. For more information visit unpo.org.
Another epdisode of "A gate to the world" Podcast. This time with Dr. Khalaf al Kaabi from The National Liberation Movement of Ahwaz.
Great Seljuk: Malik Shah I (ملک شاہ اول), 467 AH, Al-Ahwaz (الاھواز) mint, 4.35 grams, 25 mm, Gold Dinar citing name of Abbasid Caliph Al-Qaim Bi-Amr Allah (القائم بامرالله). Malik Shah I was the third sultan of the Great Seljuk Empire from under whom the sultanate reached its zenith of power and influence. During his youth, he spent his time participating in the campaigns of his father Alp Arslan, along with the latters vizier Nizam Al-Mulk. During one of such campaigns in 1072 AD, Alp Arslan was fatally wounded and died only a few days later. After that, Malik Shah was crowned as the new Sultan of the Empire, but the succession was contested by his uncle Qavurt. Although Malik Shah was the nominal head of the Seljuk state, Nizam Al-Mulk held near absolute power during his reign. Malik-Shah spent the rest of his reign waging war against the Qarakhanids on the eastern side, and establishing order in the Caucasus. Malik Shah's death to this day remains under dispute; according to some scholars, he was poisoned by Abbasid Caliph al-Muqtadi, while others say that he was poisoned by the supporters of Nizam Al-Mulk. Upon his death, the Seljuk Empire fell into chaos, as rival successors and regional governors carved up their empire and waged war against each other. The situation within the Seljuk lands was further complicated by the beginning of the First Crusade, which detached large portions of Syria and Palestine from Muslim control in 1098 and 1099 AD. The success of the First Crusade is at least in part attributable to the political confusion which resulted from Malik Shah's death. Aqib Jahangir #PCCF2022post192 #PCCF
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Demonstration in occupied Al-Ahwaz Jalizi bleeding
Islamic Republic bring online TV channel "Al Ahwaz " aired in Arabic language , said to be established for confronting " Wahabi " propaganda .
A Poem From Mr. Sabah Almousawi to The Wounded Al-Ahwaz 🤍
The year 1925, is the year of the occupation of Ahwaz before the Persian in the era of Reza Khan Pahlavi dead, led by Gen. Zahidi, in alliance with Britain. Through covenants, promises and guarantees of a British prince Sheikh Khazaal Ahwaz (Governor Arabistan) Britain reneged on its promises and covenants, guarantees political for Ahwaz (home and the people) and prince invasion Arabistan committed during the commission of the crime of occupation Persian for Ahwaz support militarily and politically from Britain. On the night of the April 20, 1925, is the Black day in the history of Britain, which was a disgrace to Persia, history in the commission of the crime of perfidy and treason in Ahwaz peaceful occupation of its neighbor. Ahwaz has an area of 375.000 (square kilometers) Ahwaz limits, bounded to the west of Iraq, and the south-west of the Arabian Gulf and the Arabian Peninsula. From north, east and south-east mountains Zajros high altitude and the natural divide between Ahwaz, Iran Ahwaz has a population of eight million Arabs Ahwaz wealth: oil, natural gas, agriculture, natural resources other Ahwaz is one of the Arab countries that is located east of the Arab homeland Ahwaz Arab homeland away and the usurped Arab parts of the Arab homeland Ahwaz Arab homeland away and the usurped Arab parts of the Arab homeland
تردد قناة الاهوازالجديد 2021 Al Ahwaz TV علي النايل سات
Balochistan Independence Day: The Free Balochistan Movement organised a Seminar in London on 11 August 2019 to Commemorate Balochistan's Independence Day.
Demonstration in occupied Al-Ahwaz Jalizi bleeding