The demonstrations of the courage peoples of Khuzestan in the past four days and nights are signs of the awakening and awareness of the Arab and Lur peoples on the path of the struggle against the oppression of the authoritarian regime of Iran. We, as “The Democratic and Free Society of East Kurdistan (KODAR)”, entirely support the demonstrations in Khuzestan and the peoples’ demands.

The four nights and days’ protests against “dehydration, unemployment and illness” are not, in fact, limited to a specific demand, but, rather, it is an entirely uprising with all its economic, political and cultural demands. Although these demonstrations of the peoples of Khuzestan are formed under the name of dehydration, but it rightly and more accurately covers all crucial and chaotic situations and it continues against the oppressive policies of the regime.

This stage of peoples’ awakening indicates that this year will be a different year in peoples’ struggles. This process can only be successful by struggle in the public arenas. In fact, the popular demonstrations are being the height of the struggles of the Khuzestan’s fraction in the past recent years, especially the courage Haft Tapa, which today inclusively has covered all areas of the society.

It is certain that whether it is a demonstration or an uprising with various names, including dehydration and unemployment, it is fundamentally a popular referendum against the divine republican system after saying NO to the presidential election. The existent crises in Khuzestan are also cancerous throughout Iran and the Eastern of Kurdistan became at its highest.

As it is obvious, despite the settling thousands of Special Forces, the IRGC and the Basij, the peoples of Khuzestan continue to insist on their radical positions with democratic demands and goals. These peoples against the bullets face respond the oppressive forces with democratic slogans. The martyring of four demonstrators is a mark of military fascism, which far from any social, popular and libertarian thought, the regime thinks only of its power-seeking interests at the cost of the blood of the youth. Hundreds of people have been detained and tortured up to now. The democratic principle is that the people stand firmly against the authoritarian regime so that it does not dare to suppress, violence, torture and execution any more. All the fractions and masses including women, youth, labours, employees, teachers, intellectuals, political and civil activists, must attend to the streets in support of the Khuzestan protests. Certainly this stage of awakening has been created in all fractions of people.

Such as “The Democratic and Free Society of East Kurdistan (KODAR)” While announcing full and democratic support for the demonstrations and protests in Khuzestan, we consider it a call, which emphasises the need for a radical uprising to resolve all crises and chaos. All parts of Iran and the Eastern Kurdistan should be vigilant in this regard. In the regards of the best advanced way, we support Khuzestan altogether.

Religion fulfilling instead of the democratic duty is the mission of the present stage, which all the people of the country are facing off. The demonstrations in Khuzestan are belonging to throughout Iran and the Eastern Kurdistan. We as KODAR declare our full readiness for any support, conclusion and achievement of the self-sacrificing people for their democratic demands.

Religion fulfilling instead of the democratic duty is the mission of the present stage, which all the people of the country are facing off. The demonstrations in Khuzestan belong to all Iran and the Eastern Kurdistan. We as KODAR declare our full readiness for any support, conclusion and achievement of the self-sacrificing people for their democratic demands.

The Democratic and Free Society of East Kurdistan (KODAR)

20 July 2021

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