The whole story … Abu Nakhilat is an Arab village that stood against Iranian tyranny

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02 Sep 2020

The whole story … Abu Nakhilat is an Arab village that stood against Iranian tyranny

 

 

The village of Abu Nakhilat, or what some call Abu al-Fadl, is one of the Arab villages that are indivisible from the motherland of Ahwaz. It sits between the town of Zardasht and the air defense base northwest of the city of Ahwaz.

 

According to the historical records that the Iranian regimes are trying to fake as a part of their Persianizing project against the indigenous people who settled on agricultural lands 4 decades ago, and with the urban expansion, they began building more homes, and no institution, organization, or governmental or independent body was required at that time.

 

 

According to the current urban planning; The village of Abu Nakhilat (Abu al-Fadl) has become an integral part of the eighth section of the city of Ahwaz and consists of 12 streets, with 40 houses per street, and the value of every meter of land near the main road is approximately 2 million tomans per meter.

 

 

It seems that this reached the greed of the Murshid institutions that operate above the law without censorship or account, headed by the looting organization known as the Mostazafin Foundation, as it seized with other government institutions by force of seizing several hectares of the land of the Ahwazi people under the allegations of the development plan for the city of Ahwaz.

 

 

 

In an attempt to find solutions by peaceful means, the residents of the village of Abu Nakhilat (Abu Al-Fadl) went to Tehran several times during the past two years, and submitted identification documents and evidence that these lands are the ancestral inheritance, and officials in Tehran

pledged to solve the problem.

 

 

 

According to village residents, the institutions requested to bring in bonds and ratios, property specifications plus UTM and a complete list of residents. They did not delay in submitting the required by seeking the assistance of a document registration and preparation (UTM) expert.

 

 

 

Without prior notice, the situation has taken a turn for the worse and the seizure of land has increased further, and in an attempt to terrorize the people, the municipal authorities accompanied by the Iranian regime’s security services from time to time raid the village brutally and destroy some of our homes even at night, spreading panic and panic among children and women.

 

 

 

Recently, the security forces arrested more than 130 residents of the village, and the authorities exercised pressure on them in order to obey orders to seize and demolish their homes and accept forced displacement, but they categorically refused, until they were referred to court.

 

 

 

Most of them were released on bail of two billion riyals each, and some were released on financial bail, with an employee card and salary sheet, and their files are still open in court.

 

 

 

The following are the names of a number of residents of the region who have been released on bail

 

  1. Jaafar Louimi (Kaabi)
  2. Raheem Louimi
  3. Said Louimi
  4. Nader Louimi (still in detention)
  5. Younes Louimi
  6. Farouk Louimi
  7. Mohamed Louimi
  8. Abdel-Imam Louimi
  9. Ismail Louimi
  10. Hakim Louimi
  11. Haj Mansour Louimi
  12. Shouja Louimi son of Said
  13. Mohammed Louimi son of Said
  14. Ahmed Louimi son of Said
  15. Jafar Louimi
  16. Hashem Louimi
  17. Malek Louimi
  18. Said Ghazi
  19. Sabah Hraji
  20. Karim Hraji
  21. Khalaf Hraji
  22. Adel Hraji
  23. Adnan Hraji
  24. Ramadan Hraji
  25. Abdul Zahra Hraji
  26. Jamil Marwani
  27. Ali Haidari
  28. Said Saeedawi
  29. Hakim Saeedawi
  30. Salem Saeedawi
  31. Haj Abdul Nabi Halfi
  32. Abdul Sada Halfi
  33. Amid Halfi
  34. Ali Halfi
  35. Haj Hassan Halfi, owner of the village mosque (the forces tried to demolish the mosque)
  36. Ali Obaidawi
  37. Hassan Garboui and his two sons
  38. Muhammad Khaldi
  39. Nasser Khaldi
  40. Khaled Obaidawi
  41. Walid Braoua
  42. Ali Khusraji
  43. Johi Silawi
  44. Hammoud Silawi
  45. Jassim Silawi
  46. Kazem Silawi
  47. Hamid Silawi
  48. SharifiSejad
  49. Ali Mary
  50. Hussein Marei
  51. Mahdi Siyahi
  52. Hadi Siyahi
  53. Hussein Siyahi
  54. Mohamed Mughanemi
  55. Sayed Youssef Mousaui (Bushooka)
  56. Jassem Afrawi
  57. Majid Daghaghla
  58. Jassim Haidari
  59. GharbawiLafta
  60. Adnan Swari.

 

 

Not only the people of Abu Nakhilat village (Abu al-Fadl) prove their ownership of these lands, but the Iranian press, owned by the Iranian regime, also recognizes their right to it.

 

 

In this regard, the government-owned Sharq newspaper wrote that the residents of the village of Abu al-Fadl, which has a total area of 25 hectares, have documents showing that from 1985 to 1991, part of the village’s residents, through the Salman project, had agricultural water to grow wheat, barley, vegetables and summer crops. But after the branch channel to build Zardasht town was demolished, the water supply to them stopped.

 

 

This document shows that the villagers have a history of nearly 40 years of living in the area, but the Mostazafin Foundation declares itself the owner of their land and prohibits the provision of services and rural laws to their place of residence.

 

 

For its part, the Ahwazi Organization for the Defence of Human Rights denounces the Iranian regime’s continued demolition of Ahwazi homes, considering this a consecration of the policy of ethnic cleansing and a step to reinforce the illegal Persianising project at the expense of the Ahwazi people.

 

 

The organization believes that the Iranian regime’s continuing to empty the Ahwazi lands of their original inhabitants and prepare them to bring in more Persian settlers is part of the implementation of the Iranian policy and the Iranian general trend based on narrowing the lives of Ahwazis and pushing them to migrate and leave their homeland by force.

 

 

It affirms that the demolition of Ahwazi homes under flimsy allegations and justifications is a war crime in the full sense of the word and a flagrant violation of international law, which calls for serious international action to ensure a decent life for a defenceless people facing a tragic fate in light of the continuing Iranian violations without deterrence.

 

 

 The Ahwazi Organization for the Defence of Human Rights

Abu Nakhilat is an Arab village that stood against Iranian tyranny

Abu Nakhilat is an Arab village that stood against Iranian tyranny

Abu Nakhilat is an Arab village that stood against Iranian tyranny

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