Sweden jails man for spying on Ahwazi community for Iran

Friday, 20 December 2019

An Iraqi Swede was sentenced to two and-a-half years in prison on Friday for spying on the Ahwazi ......

Iran closes oil wells in flood-hit Khuzestan province, output drops

Wednesday, 17 April 2019

Iran has shut around a dozen oil wells in its oil-rich southwestern Khuzestan province because of ......

VIDEO: What you need to know about the steel workers’ protests in Iran

Monday, 03 December 2018

“Leave Syria and think about us,” that’s what steel Ahwazi workers chanted in ......

Broken promises: The bitter story of sugar production in Iran

Friday, 23 November 2018

For the past two weeks, workers of the ‘Haft Tapeh’ sugar cane factory  have been ......

What is happening in Arabistan, the region Iran has dubbed as Khuzestan?

Wednesday, 04 April 2018

Mohammed Al-Hammadi is the Editor-in-Chief of Al Ittihad newspaper and Executive Director of editing and publishing at the Abu Dhabi Media Company. He founded and was Editor-in-Chief of the Arabic edition of National Geographic magazine, and has held numerous positions in journalism since joining Al Ittihad in 1994. Al-Hammadi has been a columnist for more than 15 years, including writing a daily column for seven years and producing a weekly political column in Al Ittihad since 2001. He has also worked as a parliamentary editor for seven years, covering the proceedings of the Federal National Council in the United Arab Emirates. In addition to being an active participant on social networks, Al-Hammadi has an interest in new media and is currently working on a project to ease the transition from traditional to digital and smart media. Al-Hammadi has received numerous awards and is a member of a number of organizations and federations. He features regularly in broadcast media as a regional political commentator and has authored several books including Time of Ordeal (2008), The UAE Democracy (2009) and The Fall of the Muslim Brotherhood (2016). Twitter: @MEalhammadi


Arab Ahwaz citizens protest against Iran’s IRIB media corporation

Wednesday, 28 March 2018

Thousands of Arab citizens gathered in the southwest Iranian city of Ahwaz to protest against ......

Power outages bring Iranian city of Ahwaz to a halt

Saturday, 11 February 2017

Recurrent electricity cuts in the predominantly Arab region of Iran’s Khuzestan has paralyzed ......

Arab Ahwaz must be liberated from Iran

Sunday, 29 March 2015

Khalaf Ahmad al-Habtoor is a prominent UAE businessman and public figure. He is Chairman of the Al Habtoor Group - one of the most successful conglomerates in the Gulf. Al Habtoor is renowned for his knowledge and views on international political affairs; his philanthropic activity; his efforts to promote peace; and he has long acted as an unofficial ambassador for his country abroad. Writing extensively on both local and international politics, he publishes regular articles in the media and has released a number of books. Al-Habtoor began his career as an employee of a local UAE construction firm and in 1970 established his own company, Al Habtoor Engineering. The UAE Federation, which united the seven emirates under the one flag for the first time, was founded in 1971 and this inspired him to undertake a series of innovative construction projects – all of which proved highly successful.