While the West worries about Iran's laboratory experiments in nuclear fission, the Arabs of Al-Ahwaz (Khuzestan) are dying in their hundreds in a campaign of ethnic cleansing by the Tehran regime.
Below are the pictures of Iranian brutality that the global media refuses to show the world. These are pictures of Kamal Daghaghleh who was shot dead on March 2nd in a demonstration in Ahwaz's Hey Althowra district following the execution of Ali Afrawi and Mehdi Nawaseri (click here for report) - a crime that the European Commission has refused to condemn.
Kamal was not armed, he posed no security threat. His crime was to raise his voice against Iranian fascism. For this act, he paid with his life, his body mutilated by Baseeji terrorists employed by Tehran.
Meanwhile, the wives and sons of Ahwazi pro-democracy activists have been kidnapped by the regime, imprisoned and subject to torture. Two pregnant women have been tortured and one was forced to have an abortion due to her treatment at the hands of her jailers. Children as young as two years old are being treated as terrorist suspects by the Iranian regime due to their fathers' peaceful opposition to tyranny (click here for more information). However, the European Commission has failed to respond to appeals and evidence of Iran's blatant contravention of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights and the UN Convention on the Rights of the Child.
Nasser Bani Assad, spokesman for the British Ahwazi Friendship Society (BAFS), said: "The European Commission - particularly Commissioner Benita Ferrero Waldner - is reluctant to condemn Iran's murderous acts against Ahwazis. European governments wish to restrict the diplomatic discourse on Iran to the nuclear programme. This is a diversion from the greater problem of Iranian terrorism which is waged against both the peoples of Iran - particularly ethnic, religious and sexual minorities, women and trade unionists - and those outside Iran.
"No matter how many human rights reports, appeals, demonstrations and documentary evidence produced to show that ethnic cleansing is taking place in Iran, the European Commission turns a blind eye. Our modest demand for an EU fact-finding mission to Iran has gone unheeded.
"We support peaceful means to resolve the crisis in Al-Ahwaz, but the longer the European Commission ignores the problem, the sooner the crisis will develop into an uncontrollable insurgency. This will have major implications for regional security and world oil supplies as the Ahwazi homeland produces 10 per cent of OPEC oil output. Sooner or later, Europe will be affected by the Ahwazi intifada.
"We want Commissioner Ferrero-Waldner and other European leaders to look at the mutilated face of Kamal Daghaghleh, an innocent man involved in a peaceful protest gunned down in cold blood by Iranian terrorists. And we want answers and solutions, not more rhetoric and denial."
Link: Iran's brutality exposed in shocking photos
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