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Ah·vaz

or Ah·waz  (ä-wäz′)
A city of southwest Iran northeast of Basra, Iraq. Modern Ahvaz was built on extensive ruins of an ancient Persian city.
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We the sons of Al-Ahwaz, Baloch, Kurds, Azerbaijani and other occupied nations under Iran's occupation should stand together and raise our voice together against the Iranian regime.
Tehran's persecution of Arabs in its Khuzestan province has led to emergence of several political and liberation movements among these prominent are 'The Arab National Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Al-Ahwaz' and 'The Arab Front for the Liberation of Al-Ahwaz.
The self-proclaimed Saudi-affiliated Al-Ahwaz terrorist group claimed responsibility for the attack.
Writing in 2012 in Asharq Al Awsat, a Saudi newspaper, Amal Al-Hazzani, an academic, asserted in an op-ed entitled 'The oppressed Arab district of al-Ahwaz' that Khuzestan 'is an Arab territory...
The self-proclaimed Saudi-affiliated Al-Ahwaz terrorist group claimed the responsibility for the attack.
This area, known as Al-Ahwaz, is home to the Ahwazi Arabs, an Arab ethnic minority that has suffered grimly as a result of prejudices against them.
President of the Syrian National Congress, George Sabra, reiterated solidarity of the Syrian people with the struggle of the people of Al-Ahwaz and with the Iranian oppressed against the Iranian regime, which ridiculed all the Iranian people's capabilities to practice the worst injustice and interference, in the affairs of its neighbours and peoples of the region, the Saudi Press Agency (SPA) reported.
For his part, the President of the Syrian National Congress George Sabra reiterated solidarity of the Syrian people with the struggle of the people of Al-Ahwaz and with the Iranian oppressed against the Iranian regime, which ridiculed all the Iranian people's capabilities to practice the worst injustice and interference, in the affairs of its neighbors and peoples of the region.
In September 1980, after Imam Khomeini ordered his followers under IRGC's lead to export their Safawi "Islamic Revolution" to the neighbouring states, GCC-financed Saddam got his forces to invade Iran's petroleum producing province of Khuzistan which he said must be called by its original name of "'Arabistan" or "Bilad al-Ahwaz", a long Arab-populated area (also containing 70% of Iran's water resources) but annexed to Persia in April 1925.
The Democratic Solidarity Party of al-Ahwaz (DSPA) on Oct.
To quote Al-Qassemi: "One of the strongest bonds between two families in the Gulf was that of Kuwait's Sunni Al-Sabah and the Shi'a Al-Kaabi of the semi-state of Arabistan in the Al-Ahwaz region, in what is today Iran's south-western Khuzestan Province."