The Chairman of the Executive Committee of the occupied Arab state of Ahwaz, Dr. Aref Al-Kaabi, considered that the statements of the Persian opposition, both of them, the royalist movement and the Mujahideen left the transitional government, making the argument that any party that sees coordination with the Persian opposition will be useful.
Al-Kaabi said that in recent weeks, Pahlavi II (the Shah’s son) stated that he intends to form a government in exile abroad, and the government, according to him, represents the will of the Iranian people.
And the head of the Executive Committee of the occupied Arab state of Ahwaz added, “By which we do not know how Mr. Pahlavi reached this conclusion, that the government-in-exile that he aspires to form in exile represents the ambition of the Iranian people, and we do not know what he means by the Iranian people. Currently controlling the joints of the Iranian state.
Al-Kaabi added, “Doesn’t he mean all the components of the other peoples, the Ahwazi Arab people, the Kurdish people, the Azeri and the Baluchi, if he meant his nationality, then congratulations to him, if he meant non-Persian nationalities. The ambition of the Ahwazi Arab people was right.”
The head of the Executive Committee of the occupied Arab state of Ahwaz continued, saying, “Also, the head of the Committee for Foreign Affairs of the People’s Mojahedin Organization, Muhammad Muhaddithin, announced that once the regime falls, they will form an interim government. This is the interim government that the MEK intends to form within days after the fall of the regime, we do not know when it will fall.” The system is tomorrow or in a month or less or more.”
Al-Kaabi explained: “But according to the statement of this official in the People’s Mujahedin, they have prepared the interim government that takes over after the fall of the regime, and it is the second opposition that does not take into account the aspirations of other non-Persian peoples, and formed its interim government without taking into account the vision of the non-Persian peoples.”
The head of the Executive Committee of the occupied Arab state of Al-Ahwaz pointed out that all these actions of the Persian opposition abroad, from the monarchy or the Mujahideen-e-Khalq, clearly suggest to the Iranian people and its leadership, the Kurdish, Azeri and Baluchi peoples, that the coming regime in Tehran is a totalitarian and central system that does not take into account the rights of nationalities and Non-Persian peoples.
Al-Kaabi added, “Non-Persian nationalities and peoples struggle more than these organizations to achieve justice, justice, security, human rights and the rights of religious and ethnic minorities in this geography.”
The head of the Executive Committee of the occupied Arab state of Al-Ahwaz added, “We affirm for the third time that the Persian opposition has intentions after the fall of the regime, whose consequences will be disastrous for the ambition of the non-Persian peoples, and will be more unfair to the right of the Ahwazi Arab people, who have been struggling for more than 90 years in order to obtain their national and historical rights political and social.”