The occupation arrests Al-Ahwazi activist Ahmed Al-Saadi in the city of Al-Hamidiyah


Al-Ahwaz Coordination Committees announced that the occupation intelligence forces in the city of Al-Hamidiyah, arrested the Ahwazi activist Ahmed Al-Saadi, whose home was raided and was subsequently transferred to an unknown place.

The committees declared that the detainee Al-Saadi is the brother of Abbas Al-Saadi, who was detained on February 2nd, 2018, as a result of a relief campaign he initiated concerning the floods victims in northern Al-Ahwaz.

Additionally, the Ahwazi human rights sources announced that twenty-two Ahwazi citizens have been arrested  in the city of Tester and its environs.

And based on the sources, It is revealed that the occupation forces have arrested two residents from Al-Tafkir village in the city of Tester. As it was declared, the two detainees are as follows; 39-year-old Khaled Kaab, son of Issa Al-Shuli, and 30-year-old Hussein Farajullah Kaab.

Furthermore, they stated that the twenty-two detainees are from Al-Aila village in the city of Shuaibiya. And that all of them are related to Mr Habib Asyoud’s case, the former head of the Arab Struggle Movement for the Liberation of Ahwaz. They were all transferred to an unknown place, and the occupation authorities have not declared any information relating to their arrests .

Meanwhile, the occupation security forces arrested four people from Al-Haei neighborhood, north of Al-Ahwaz, and transferred them to an unknown place.

Sources indicated to Ahwazna channel that the four detainees are; 34-year-old Hussein Tamoul Al-Haei, 30-year-old Abbas Tamoul Al-Haei, 28-year-old Mahmoud Owaid Teben Al-Haei and 24-year-old Hamid Owaid Teben Al-Haei.

Moreover, according to their families the occupation forces presented themselves in civilian clothes, and arrested their children without showing any arrest warrant.

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