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2005 Ahvaz unrest or 15 April Ahvaz Protests were violent riots, initiated by Iranian Arabs in the city of Ahvaz in southwestern Iranian province of Khuzestan. The unrest erupted on 15 April 2005, and lasted for 4 days. Initially, the Iranian Interior Ministry stated that only one person had been killed, however an official at a hospital in Ahvaz said that there were between 15 and 20 mortal casualties. Government officials blamed the unrest on Britain, whose troops based just across the border in southern Iraq. Following the unrest, several bombings were carried out in Ahvaz, killing 28 people. In 2006, Iran executed five Arab separatists, convicted of carrying out the bombings in 2005.

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  • اضطرابات الأهواز 2005
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  • اضطرابات اهواز 2005 أو احتجاجات اهواز 15 أبريل كانت أعمال شغب عنيفة بدأها عرب إيران في مدينة الأهواز في جنوب غرب المحافظة الإيرانية خوزستان. وقد اندلعت الاضطرابات في 15 أبريل 2005، واستمرت لمدة 4 أيام. في البداية، ذكرت وزارة الداخلية الإيرانية أن شخصًا واحدًا فقط قد قتل، بالرغم من تصريح مسؤول في مستشفی أنه كان هناك ما بين 15 و20 ضحية. وقد ألقى مسؤولون حكوميون باللوم بشأن هذه الاضطرابات على بريطانيا، التي تستقر قواتها عبر الحدود في جنوب العراق. في أعقاب الاضطرابات، نفذت عدة تفجيرات، في الأحواز، مما أسفر عن مقتل 28 شخصًا. وفي عام 2006، أعدمت إيران خمسة انفصاليين عرب، تمت إدانتهم بتنفيذ تفجيرات عام 2005.
  • 2005 Ahvaz unrest or 15 April Ahvaz Protests were violent riots, initiated by Iranian Arabs in the city of Ahvaz in southwestern Iranian province of Khuzestan. The unrest erupted on 15 April 2005, and lasted for 4 days. Initially, the Iranian Interior Ministry stated that only one person had been killed, however an official at a hospital in Ahvaz said that there were between 15 and 20 mortal casualties. Government officials blamed the unrest on Britain, whose troops based just across the border in southern Iraq. Following the unrest, several bombings were carried out in Ahvaz, killing 28 people. In 2006, Iran executed five Arab separatists, convicted of carrying out the bombings in 2005.
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