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Silent Crime Against Iran’s Nature and People

A shocking picture of drought in Iran

Source: IranNewsUpdate

On #WorldNatureConservationDay (July 28), it is a good time to shed light on the IRGC’s role in destroying Iran’s nature, particularly in Khuzestan.

Iran’s nature and Iranian’s lives and health will be harmed as long as the ayatollahs are in power.

Increasing water shortage, drying rivers, wetlands, and aquifers, air and waste pollution, soil erosion, deforestation, desertification, sand and dust storms, land subsidence and sinkholes, wildfires, and biodiversity losses are some of the evident signs of Iran’s environmental degradation over the last four decades.

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Originally published at on July 29, 2021.




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Masoud Dalvand

Masoud Dalvand

Human rights activist and advocate of democracy, freedom, and justice in Iran.

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