This voice is not Arabic

The people of Iran's Khuzestan province are not unfamiliar with war and terrorism. It's nothing strange to hear a friend or neighbor has been killed by a group or individual, claiming to be a protector of the Arab people.

Many years have passed since Iraq attacked Iran, but it seems Saddam Hussein's footprint is proving hard to erase. Every now and then a group with the same fanatical ideas raises its ugly head and takes out an innocent Arab.

These radical ideas have been dragged through history down the decades to the present day and now branded firmly on the Arab psyche.

It seems like they have no choice but to sit and wait for the radicals and separatists to eventually peter out. It is unlikely that will happen any time soon, as long as members of these very tribes, in the name of their tribes, try to secure their own interests. The terrorist attacks these separatist groups use can be considered state funded terrorism mediated by one individual.

The separatist groups that all go by the name Al-Ahwazieh, use terrorism as a strategy. To secure their individual interests these groups fight among themselves with almost manic fervor. To do this, they use mind manipulation. People are recruited and their ability to think freely is taken away from them with mind terminating techniques. The people targeted by these terrorist groups are often simple people, farmers and alikes.

In his book, Releasing the Bonds, Steven Hasan talks about mind termination techniques:

“Political cults include terrorist groups that resort to the killing of innocent citizens to promote their cause… Our research on mind control can easily explain the methods. Fanatical acts are frequently the result of destructive mind control.”

Various terrorist groups with total different ideologies and strategies have been united under Al-Ahwazieh by their common goal; making trouble for Iran. Al-Qaida like ideologies and leftist socialist groups find common ground to send their mentally manipulated trainees on missions. This unity has come about because the leaders of these groups are also the put out of mind control, programmed to cross the finish line at all costs. The ongoing tragedy that is the loss of human lives continues but this is just a side effect of a vicious cycle, created by political opportunists and manipulators who have transformed themselves into warlords and use mind termination to recruit and retrain numbed out mercenaries. The vicious cycle has claimed 17000 lives in Iran. Political and psycho analysts believe that until terrorists have the support of certain governments, the vicious cycle will continue and those mentally manipulated into contributing to those violence will continue to revolve within, imprisoned in their delusion. Where does the circle begin? Where does it end? Unfortunately the supply and demand circle continues with no end in sight.

Following comes a brief introduction to some of the most prominent separatist terrorist groups that all go by the name of Al-Ahwazieh:

Harakat al-Nazal al-Arabi

This group’s inception was in 1994. In the year 2005 they went into action with numerous bomb attacks. Their operations have killed 22 people and more than 300 have been wounded. Out of those killed 18 were Arabs, despite the group’s assertions that it’s fighting for the rights of the Arab people. The group has chosen armed combat to achieve their separatist goals.

Habib Nebgan, the leader of this terrorist group lives in and works from Denmark, undisturbed by that country’s officials. This is despite the Interpol calling for his arrest. The question is what people know about characters like Nebgan who are living freely among them?

The group started its activities by detonating bombs in office buildings and public places. The Saman Bank was where one of these operations played out. In 2005 in Ahwaz, a man enters the Bank, sets down a briefcase and walks out. The briefcase explodes then, blowing the building inside out. Hrakat al-Nazal, took full responsibility of the attack on its official website. Confiscated weapons are proof that the operations continue and group members say they have asked their leader to send them more weapons.

Saeid Dabbat is another commander of this terrorist group. Habib Nebgan and Saeid Dabbat operate from Denmark, leading another one of the conflict hungry groups that use nationalism to justify their radical actions and as excuse for terrorist operations against ordinary people.

The National Democratic Front (NDF)

The national democratic front came into being in 2000. It got vocal and started blowing up oil pipelines after a while. Its founder is Mahmoud Mazraeh who was granted the British asylum after fleeing Iran. Salah Mazraeh, the group’s spokesman and the head of NDF’s Canadian branch, has also been actively working to achieve the group’s separatist goals. This group also uses armed combat to promote its views.

Tazamon Al-Ahvazi Party

Supported by Britain, the group’s leader Mansour Silavi, also known as Mansour Ahvazi, established Tazamon Al-Ahvazi group with the help from about thirty other Iranian dissidents living in London to promote racist and separatist views among the Khuzestani people. Trying hard to incite Khuzestani youth towards riots and continuing to propagandize against the Iranian government are part of their domestic and international campaign.

Harakat al-Tahrir al-Vatani al-Ahwaz

Established in 1997, this group also uses armed struggle to separate Khuzestan from Iran. Its leader is a person named Taher al-Neame.

Hazm Organization

In order to organize all the separatist groups outside Iran, Adel Soveidi and Habib Nebgan announced the establishment of a group named National Liberation Organization of Ahvaz during a Media conference in 2010 in Cairo. This organization is comprised of National Organization of Ahvaz, National Liberation Resistance of Ahvaz, Arabic Front for freedom of Ahvaz, Harakat al-Nazal al-Arabi and 120 of the so called Arab fighters. This organization is simultaneously using peaceful political approaches and armed struggle to fight against the Islamic Republic of Iran.

Media Coverage

If these terrorist groups that call themselves Al-Ahwazieh fail to capture media attention, the whole mission is incomplete. One of the channels that offers these groups a podium is BBC. Unfortunately these news pieces aren’t backed by substantial evidence and cannot be traced back to reliable sources. Despite this those invited to offer an analysis of the news are very passionate about the whole affair. The mission is complete. Media attention has been achieved. It is worth mentioning that until now none of the terror victims or their families have been invited to offer their side of the story. And no analysts have been flown in to give animated analysis of their tales of world. This can only be described as one sided reporting. The question is wouldn’t it be journalistically sound to interview Karim Abdian in the U.S., Habin Nebgan in Denmark, Salah Mazraeh in Canada, Ahmad Neysi in Holland about the bombings in bublic place like banks, the Planning and Budget building and other places in Ahwaz?



1- The Road to Perdition (A Documentary by Press TV)

2- Rahnama monthly (Pan-Arabism and Separatism)