13 Jun 2020
The Ahwazi Martyr Day
A memory commemorating the heroes of the struggle with their blood for the Ahwazi cause (The Ahwazi Martyr Day)
Today, June 13 of each year, commemorates the day of the martyr Ahwaz, which is a memorial for the lives of the martyrs who sacrificed themselves for the sake of the homeland.
On 6/6/1964, this day was declared a day for the martyr, which is the anniversary of the martyrdom of the leaders of the Ahwazi revolution who died throwing bullets from the Iranian regime, and they are each of the martyrs: Muhyiddin Al Nasser, Issa Al Madkhour, and Dehrab Al Shomail on charges of forming an Arab organization that aims to liberate Ahwaz and its annexation to the Arab world.
Based on the will of the martyr Muhyiddin and his companions who were subjected to the worst forms of torture for nearly eight consecutive months, which states: “We will go victims to the Ahwazi cause … but the important thing is that Ahwaz remains Arab”. the Ahwazi Organization for the Defence of Human Rights directs greetings and appreciation to the souls of the martyrs the heroes of their big day who gave their most precious possession, their lives.
Following the leaders ’approach, the organization calls on the people of Ahwaz to follow the path of the heroes who wrote the most wonderful pages of history with their blood for the Al-Ahwaz cause and lit the path for future generations in defence of the identity of their proud Arab people.
The Ahwazi Organization for the defence of Human Rights stresses the importance of moving forward to confront the plans of the Iranian regime that aim to liquidate the Ahwazi issue and to confront its conspiracies in all fields, and in all regional and international institutions, bodies and associations, and in all available ways and means of struggle.
The organization takes this opportunity to remind the international community of its duties towards the Ahwazi people, who are subjected to the most brutal types of violations by a regime that has built its foundations on illegitimate foundations through which it adopted unjust fascist policies.
The Ahwazi Organization for the defence of Human Rights