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Discrimination against Ahwazi by Iranian Clinic Personnel

30 Dec 2016

Iranian Discrimination against Ahwazi Arab 30th December, 2016 Discrimination against Ahwazi by Iranian Clinic Personnel According to Article 2 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights ”everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a

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The Death Penalty against four men in Ahwaz

27 Nov 2016

27th November, 2016 URGENT ACTION The Death Penalty against four men in Ahwaz Four men were executed by the Iranian authorities in Qeshm (Jesm) island on 24th November 2016 in the charge of corruption on the earth and other unclear reasons. The reliable sources in the island informed to the Ahwazi Organisation for the Defence of Human Rights that the death penalty against the men was held in the public in Qeshm. The reliable sources also added that the families of the victims were tried to halt the capital punishment against the men. According to the sources from the island, the court was

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URGENT ACTION

09 Oct 2016

URGENT ACTION Verdict against 19 Arab activists Nineteen Ahwazi Arab activists, who were born in Susa in North Al-Ahwaz, have been sentenced on charges of acting against national security by branch 101 of the Revolutionary Court in Susa city on 28th September 2016. According to Karim Dahimi, the Human Rights activist during the interview with Al-Arabia on 28th September 2016, fifteen Ahwazi activists from the group of nineteen were sentenced to two years life imprisonment by the judge Mr Mahmoud Sorkhe in Susa. Mr Karim Dahimi also announced that the Ahwazi Arab activists were arrested

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Ahwazis should be rich: instead they’re mired in medieval poverty

19 Jul 2016

Ahwazis should be rich: instead they’re mired in medieval poverty The medieval poverty and deprivation suffered by the Ahwazi Arab people are made more bitterly ironic by the fact that their lands are the location of over two-thirds of the oil and gas reserves claimed by Iran, worth tens of billions of dollars annually. Despite the wealth of oil and gas extracted from underneath their feet, with the state-run Mehr News Agency noting that over 70 percent of Iran’s oil and gas resources are in the Ahwaz region (also known as Khuzestan province), Ahwazis continue to live in Third World subs

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ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS

24 Jun 2016

ISSUES IN INTERNATIONAL LAW AND HUMAN RIGHTS Issues in International law and Human Rights 24JUN  Kamil Alboshoka Has International Human Rights Law an impact on the death penalty in Iran? Table of Contents Introduction …………………………………………………………………………….…………..3 Part 1: the death penalty under International Law UN …………………………………………………………………………………………….…………3 Human Rights ……………………………………………………………………………………….4 International Community and the death penalty ………………………………………..4 Human Rights Organisations and international law ……………………………………5 International Cov

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Continued Unrest for Iran’s Arab Population

23 Jan 2016

The Article 19 has published report about Al-Ahwaz ''Continued Unrest for Iran's Arab Population'' CONTINUED UNREST FOR IRAN’S ARAB POPULATION Despite hopes for improvement and liberalisation in under the new administration, the Iranian government has continued to impose tighter controls on the free expression of its ethnic minorities. Ali Younesi, President Hassan Rouhani’s advisor on Ethnic and Religious Minorities in Iran, has come under pressure to explain his remarks that were interpreted as a call for the return of the “empire” with Baghdad as its capital. He explained that his com

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The Weapon of Forced Displacement against the Indigenous Ahwazi Arabs

23 Jan 2016

со времен Исламской Республики режима, приход к власти мулл режима насильственным политики этноцида против Ahwazi Арабские и другие номера Персидский-меньшинств. На самом деле, проблемы вынужденного переселения, депортации или исполнения Ahwazis, курды, турки, Baluchs и туркмены были постоянные проблемы внутри Ирана. Отсутствие реакции со стороны международного сообщества о состоянии прав человека в Ахваз региона и другие номера-персидских регионов, дал иранского режима, право жизни и смерти над всей общины. с 1925 года, как бывшей монархии Пехлеви и последовательных Исламской Республики ре

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Abolish torture in Al-Ahwaz

23 Jan 2016

Abolish torture in Al-Ahwaz Kamil Alboshoka According to the article 5 of the universal declaration of Human Rights, ''No one shall be subjected to torture or to cruel, inhuman or degrading treatment or punishment'' (The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 10th December 1948). The United Nations defined torture '' as a ill-treatment to include torture and other methods of abuse prohibited by international law, including inhuman, cruel and degrading treatment, outrages upon human dignity and physical or moral coercion'' (The United Nations, article 1 of the definition of torture, 1984

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Discrimination in Al-Ahwaz

23 Jan 2016

Discrimination in Al-Ahwaz Kamil Alboshoka According to the article 2 of the universal declaration of Human Rights, ''everyone is entitled to all the rights and freedoms set forth in this declaration, without distinction of any kind, such as race, colour, sex, language, religion, political or other opinion, national or social origin, property, birth or other status. Furthermore, no distinction shall be made on the basis of the political, jurisdictional or international status of the country or territory to which a person belongs, whether it be independent, trust, non-self-governing or un

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Inequality in Al.Ahwaz

23 Jan 2016

Inequality in Al.Ahwaz Kamil Alboshoka According to the article 1 of the universal declaration of Human Rights, all human beings are born free and equal in dignity and rights. They are endowed with reason and conscience and should act towards one another in a spirit of brotherhood (The Universal Declaration of Human Rights, 10th December 1948). Polly in 2007 defined equality '' as a justice and the rule of equal value given to people or things that set that universe free of bias''. The equality can be based on the grounds of gender, ethnicity, disability, age, sexual orientation, tran

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