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“The Ahwazi issue” an academic study confirms the legitimacy of the occupied Ahwazi state

The geographical importance of the Ahvaz region, which has a very important geographical location due to its presence at the head of the Arabian Gulf, and its alignment with the Shatt al-Arab, is also a trade corridor, as the region constitutes a passage for goods passing from and to India from the value of countries near and far.

The study ” the Ahwazi issue: elements, repercussions, aspirations” by researcher Dr. Abbas Asakra at the Faculty of law and political science at Tunis al-Manar University explained that due to the region’s strategic importance and enormous wealth, it has made it vulnerable to the ambitions of major foreign powers that have roamed the waters of the Arabian Gulf throughout history.

But this association created a real problem between Ahvaz and Tehran, and the historical conflict between the Arabs and the Persians, and from here the Ahwazi issue emerged, the Shah of Tehran launched a war against the populist state in Ahvaz in 1925, which sparked the Arab-Persian conflict, so it was the war with Iraq (1980-1988).

The researcher, Dr. Abbas asakira, stressed that the study is not just a research on a difficult problem, despite its importance, but a serious attempt to understand a chronic problem, whose survival is hampered by the continuation of relations that should be friendly between all the peoples of the region.

This necessitated the researcher, Dr. asakre, to understand the Ahwazi issue by reaching its truth, which necessitates the study of Iranian references and exclusively official ones, in addition to Arab and foreign references in order to flip different points of view on this issue and weighting the legal side.

The researcher deliberately searched for the reasons that led to the emergence of this problem by revealing its roots and this required him to 1 – study the geostrategic worlds.

2-studying the legal status of the Ahvaz region before 1925, the Kaabi state and its actual representation of the so-called concept of the state in the language of international law.

3-assessing the legality of the legal status of the Ahvaz region in 1925 and researching the legality of that war waged by the Iranian state in the light of the rules of international law that were in force at that time.

The first section dealt with the study of the geostrategic, geopolitical and historical factors of the Ahvaz region, and included the geographical and economic framework and a brief overview of the importance of the region, since ancient times, as well as its legal status before 1925, and then the Persian occupation of Ahvaz.

The second part of the study dealt with the extent to which the status of the state applies to the legal and political system prevailing in Ahvaz before 1925, the legality of changing the legal status of the region, analyzing the repercussions of the issue and its developments and the measures taken by Tehran towards the state and the Ahwazi people.

The third part dealt with the reaction of the Ahwazi Arab people, the Ahwazi revolutions, and the demand for the right to self-determination, in accordance with the rules of international law .

The study concluded that the Ahvaz region is subject to the concept of the people in international law, and the competence of the Ahvaz people in a certain specific and fixed territory, and the popular international-preceded by the Shiite state – enjoyed the manifestations of its sovereignty freely and independently over the people and the Ahvaz region, and that the change of the legal status of the Ahvaz region in 1925 was set illegally contrary to the rules of international law .

She explained that Tehran’s occupation of Ahwaz clearly expresses Tehran’s ambitions to increase its influence in the region and the desire to expand even at the expense of others.

The study urged the Persian claims that the region was under the rule of the Persian state before the Islamic conquest, that the Ahvaz region is one of the Eastern Arab regions such as Iraq, Bahrain and Oman, and the stability of Arab tribes in it dates back to an ancient period dating back to pre-Islamic images.

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