Ahwazi Civil Activists Protest Another Insult by the Iranian Regime

Over the past hundred years, the Iranian Fascist invaders have been struggling with their policy of systematic assimilation. They try to transform the identity of non-Persian nations in the political geography and imprison non-Persian people in so-called Iran. They have therefore faced the resistance of non-Persian nations.

According to posters for screening of the film, “Red Tail,” the film contains insults, ridicule and racial hatred towards the Arab people in Ahwaz region of Iran.

Like previous times, this film “Red Tail” is an example of insulting the Ahwazi Arabs. We strongly condemn this and invite non-Persian nations to fight solidly against this racist act.

We, the non-Persian nations under occupation of the Iranian-Persian racist regime, condemn systematic assaults and insults on our peoples. We are Arabs of Al Ahwaz, Turks, South Azerbaijanis, Kurds, Baluch of Western Baluchistan, Turkmen of South Turkmenistan, and other non-Persian people. We are all under Iranian occupation. We express our strong solidarity and unity in the face of the brutal dictator regime of the mullahs.


We are gathering together to expose the Iranian fascist regime and its treatment of non-Persian peoples. We gather to condemn the Iranian government’s brazen attacks on South Azerbaijani Turks, Kurds, Arabs of Al Ahwaz and other non-Persian nations. We protest Iran’s illegal occupation of non-Persian lands, arrests, tortures, and killings of our human rights and political activists.

The evil mullahs killed three Kurdish political prisoners, Ramin Hossein Panahi, Zaniar Muradi and Lughman Muradi.

Ahwazi civil activists protest insults by the Iranian regime.
Ahwazi civil activists protest insults by the Iranian regime.
Hossein Bouazar
Hossein Bouazar is a human rights activist from the Ahwaz region in Iran, who now lives in Australia. He writes about human rights abuses committed on the Arab Ahwazi.