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Muhammara..The occupation assassinates the jewel of the Emirate of Arabistan


Muhammarah is the capital of the historic Emirate of Arabistan, and it is considered the jewel of the Emirate of Arabistan before the Persian occupation of the Arab state in Al-Ahwaz in 1925, which was turned into a marginal and neglected, in retaliation for its position among the Al-Ahwazi people.
Muhammarah is located at the mouth of the Karun River in the Shatt al-Arab. It was built by Youssef bin Mardaw, the second prince of the Emirate of Muhammarah, in the year 1229 AH – 1812 AD.
And Muhammara is the home of the Al-Muhaisin Al-Kaabi clan, including the late Sheikh Khazal Al-Kaba’i, the last prince of the Arab state in Al-Ahwaz before the occupation by Shah Reza Pahlavi in ​​1925.
Muhammarah has been for decades the capital of the national struggle of the Ahwazi Arab people. The Persian occupation evaded the process of building the city. Rather, it deliberately neglected and evaded its reconstruction after it was destroyed by the Iraqi war against the Persians in the eighties of the last century.
Muhammara city
Muhammarah is an inland coastal city located about 10 kilometers (6.2 mi) north of Abadan. The city extends to the right bank of the Shatt al-Arab waterway near its confluence with the digger’s arm of the Karun River.
Its most prominent streets are Khazali Street, and Al Jasby Street in Muhammarah.
As of the 2016 census, its population is 170,976 people, distributed among 47,380 families.
The people of Muhammarah practice various trades and professions, except for government jobs, which are in the hands of the Persian settlers, and the most famous crafts practiced by the Arabs of the city are:
Business: The number of Arabs is few and is diminishing due to the fierce competition of the Persian settlers with them.
River navigation, fishing, herding livestock, and making boats and boats, which is a wide and popular craft.
The distance between Muhammarah and Al-Ahwaz, the capital of the Al-Ahwaz state, is 120 kilometers via the Karun River, which is very deep in these directions.
historical city
Among the civilizations that were established in Al-Ahwaz in that era is the Maysan (Missin) civilization. Its origin dates back to around the year 129 BC, and it continued until the year 225 AD. The researchers found the names of 23 kings of that civilization, who ruled three and a half centuries. century, and the borders of that civilization extended – according to studies – from the Tigris and Euphrates rivers in the west, to the Karun River in the east. In the city of Muhammara, the port of this city was considered the most important Arab-Greek commercial port in the East.
The Arab rule in Ahwaz continued, until 1925, when it was occupied by the Shah of Tehran, Reza Pahlavi, because Ahwaz is a country rich in natural resources of oil and gas and has fertile agricultural lands, where one of the region’s largest rivers flows, the Karun River, which irrigates the fertile agricultural plains.

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