Arrest of Two Arab Civil Activists in the Toster District of Al-Ahwaz

Arrest of Two Arab Civil Activists in the Toster District of Al-Ahwaz Occupation by the Intelligence Agencies of the Un-Islamic Republic of Iran

Last week, Ali Chaabavi and Mostafa Batouli, two Arab civil activists residing in the city of Toster, were arrested by agents of the intelligence agencies of the Un-Islamic Republic of Iran.

According to a report by the Karun Human Rights Organization, these two Arab civil activists were transferred to an unknown location after their arrest.

So far, there is no precise information available on the reasons for the arrest and the charges against Ali Chaabavi and Mostafa Batouli, and their detention status remains unknown.

Hossein Bouazar originates from Ahwaz and stands as a fervent champion for human rights. Deeply connected to his Ahwazi Arab heritage, his literary works illuminate the adversities faced by this community. An outspoken critic of the Iranian regime, Hossein bravely highlights the grave human rights violations inflicted upon the Ahwazi Arabs. Through his compelling narratives, he seeks to amplify international consciousness of the challenges the Ahwazi Arabs encounter. His prose resonates as a defiant call for a world that upholds the inherent rights of every individual, irrespective of their ethnic roots or background.

Ahwazi Centre for Human Rights