In conjunction with the protests of Iraq and Lebanon .. Ahwaz Arabs demonstrating against the Iranian mullahs regime
In conjunction with demonstrations in several Iraqi and Lebanese cities; thousands of residents of the Ahwaz region in Iran continue their demonstrations, in protest against the conditions they have been living for decades.
Thousands demonstrated in the cities of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] Fallahiyah, Kut Abdullah and elsewhere, raising slogans condemning the regime in Tehran.
The slogans shouted by the demonstrators to reject what they see as policies of discrimination, marginalization and deprivation treated by the population of the oil-rich region, which borders Iraq.
Arab demonstrators in the province of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] inside Iran that the Soleimani project and the agenda of the mullahs are falling apart as they download the Iranian flag from the squares and squares, during large-scale protests yesterday, demanding secession from Tehran over the killing of the poet Ahwazi Hassan Haidari (30 years).
Ahwazi media said the protests were fueled by the death of Haidari on Sunday, shortly after he was released from prison.
Demonstrations against the Tehran regime erupted in Kot Abdullah, Fellahia, al-Thawra and Qalaa, as well as the city of [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] where thousands of people protested against Iran's repressive regime.
Ahwazi activists circulated through the social networking site "Twitter" a video showing demonstrators landing Iranian flags amid cheers from the crowd.
Demonstrations demanding secession from Iran have erupted since Monday, due to discrimination by the Iranian regime against Ahwazi Arabs. Iran seized the Iraqi autonomous emirate in 1925 with the help of Britain, and after major oil discoveries.
"Majestic scene of the [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] demonstrations now and their slogan: In the spirit of blood we redeem you, Ahwaz, and the mother of the martyr calls: Ahwaz Ezz Biladi, " journalist Mohammed Majeed Al-Ahwazi wrote on his Twitter page . How do you face these crowds, Soleimani ?, pointing out that «Free Arabs» ousted Suleimani and Khamenei in [You must be registered and logged in to see this link.] today in Ahwaz.
He added: Iran has not undergone significant events that threaten its expansion project, as is happening now in Lebanon, Iraq and Ahwaz.
Activists say that the phenomenon of assassinations and physical liquidation of the Ahwazi elites is not new, and accuse the regime in Iran of liquidating the activists by various means including poisoning, contrived traffic accidents, drowning and other methods.
Taha al-Yassin, one of the activists, said that the Iranian regime not only killed the poet Hassan al-Haidari, but did not hand over his body to his relatives.
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