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    Posted April 15, 2011 by
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    Iranian security suppress demonstrators in Ahwaz and Khuzestan, reported dead and wounded

     
    According to the reports of the militants in the province of Khuzestan, Ahwaz center with the Arab majority south-eastern Iran that Iranian security forces cracked down Friday 15/4/2011 a group of young people demonstrating in the neighborhood of the Revolution "coup".

    Reports that opponents of six people were killed during security forces use live bullets to disperse the demonstrators, but not yet confirmed the validity of this information from independent sources.

    The demonstrations came on the anniversary of the suppression of an uprising by the Iranian authorities by the people of Ahwaz in 2005 in protest against the demographic changes in the city.

    And then leaked the document in the era of reformist President Mohammad Khatami for changes in the region for the benefit of non-Arab, but Iranian authorities have denied the existence of "document", which sparked protests, Ealb inhabitants of the territory in which to access the full constitutional rights.
    And brought to these events, the light, the Arab minority in Iran, and the more than five million Arabs, inveterate, who still wish to get on their constitutional rights and to obtain justice under the regime of the Islamic Republic, who had come to his, a lot of sacrifices.
    Although the Constitution of the Islamic Republic of Iran is seen as an Arab as first class citizens, they are entitled to practice their cultural rights in Arabic, but they complain that the items relating to these rights are disabled, although they are represented in the Majlis (parliament), in the Council of Experts in charge of Dismissed or the appointment of Commander of the Order (Wali al-Faqih), and even in the government
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