Iran: Terrorist "Ahwaz Movement" Joins Protests in Khuzestan
A video circulating on social media shows a group of the terrorist "Ahwaz Movement" joining a demonstration in Khuzestan Province, southwest Iran.
According to witnesses, members of the Movement appeared in the cities of Susangerd and Shadegan to join a protest against the water crisis and raised the flag of their Movement among the protestors.
It is noteworthy that the "Ahwaz Movement" has claimed responsibility for multiple terrorist acts that took place in Iran. It has also announced adopting the project of the "division of Iran and the independence of Khuzestan Province."
In a related context, the victim's father, Mustafa al-Nuaimawi, accused armed elements who participated in the riots that took place in the city of Shadegan in Khuzestan Province and held them responsible for the killing of his son. The father called on the authorities, especially the "Revolutionary Guard", to pursue and punish the killers.
On the other hand, the Executive Director of the "Barakat" Foundation had announced the implementation of a water supply project for 471 villages suffering from water shortage in Khuzestan Province, in the southwest of Iran.
During the visit of "Barakat" Foundation's Executive Director to Khuzestan Province, a memorandum of understanding was signed, between the Foundation and the Khuzestan Water and Sanitation Company, to supply 471 villages suffering from water shortage in the Province with water at a cost of 150 billion tomans.
The Executive Director of the "Barakat" Foundation, Amir Hussein Madani, also inaugurated a water supply project for 70 families in a village in Ramshir County, Khuzestan Province.