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Devoting jobs…Iran’s systematic policy against the Ahwazis


The policy of dedicating jobs in Ahwaz by the Iranian occupation is one of Tehran’s tools for demographic change in occupied Ahwaz, which is a violation of human rights.

Ahwaz has recently witnessed the protests of young graduates and workers from the “Bayd Blend” refinery in the port of Ma’ashur in Ahwaz, in light of the Persian occupation policy of settling Persians in jobs in the state of Ahwaz, depriving Ahwaz youth from working in their state, and forcing them to migrate outside Ahwaz within the scheme of demographic change that It is carried out by the occupation.

Young graduates and workers of the “Bid Poland” refinery gathered in the occupied port of Ahwaz, in front of the ruling building and the military representative of the occupation regime, to protest against the lack of recruitment of local forces, and the city organized a protest march. Young graduates and fired workers are calling for officials, refinery managers, and other clients of occupied Persian institutions to hold accountable for the failure to recruit citizens and use non-citizens.

The protesters are calling on officials of the Persian occupation authorities to employ young Arabs looking for work in companies and projects in occupied Ahwaz.

Depriving the sons of occupied Ahwaz of working in their institutions violates international laws and norms, the racist policy of the Persian occupation has become a priority to employ Persian settlers instead of the occupied Ahwazis.

Because of the Iranian policy, the unemployment rate in Al-Ahwaz reached record levels, reaching 50% in some areas of the region, which put the population in a difficult living situation, as the Ahwazis often doesn’t care about anything but only living. The Revolutionary Guards and the mullahs’ regime are driving these policies.

The Ahwaz city of Ma’shour is mainly poses the Iranian petrochemical industry, as it includes more than 34 petrochemical companies and has been classified as the first chemical city in the Middle East. Khor Musa Port or Khomeini International Port is also located in this city, and ranks second among Iranian ports. However, the Arab man and the Ahwaz youth are deprived of employment in these companies whose Persian nationalists constitute 99% of their workers, engineers and employees, as they built them settlements in the form of units Residential housing owned by petrochemical companies to house the settlers in it with the aim of changing the demographic and demographic composition in this city, which is the main engine of Iran.

The Iranian authorities also carried out systematic campaigns, displacing Arab families, and seizing their lands, to replace them with Persian families. This is in addition to using the most horrific methods of oppression and persecution against the Arab population; What prompted the Al-Ahwaz people to stand behind the executive of the Al-Ahwaz state, which has now defended the people’s legal identity and politics in all international forums.

The Ahwaz cities are geographically extended; It is not separated by Persian or other national states.

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