A group of Ahwaz young people monitored 3 modern cars of pro-Iran merchants form the Arab Gulf of Persian origins who were roaming in the outskirts of Athowra district in the last few days, Ahwazna website reported.
"The merchants, with their cars, were combing streets in Athowra and other neighborhoods of Ahwaz for several days, but the youth group kept open eyes on their movements closely before targeting their cars which were parking in front of police situation run by Persian Revolutionary Guards", the website stated.
In the same context, the Iranian government has brought a number of Shiite Gulf merchants loyal to the Persian State, in addition to companies from China and South Korean, to be contracted for work in the settlement and political project and be settled in the area, according to some sources.
"The purpose is to change demographics of Ahwaz cities and to build Persian settlements, as a part of political, economic and cultural invasion policy, which would not only have impact on Ahwaz community but would also directly affect the Gulf, particularly Iraq," sources said.
Those merchants loyal to Iran regime provide direct support, under Iranian orders, to Shiite institutions and spying groups in Arab Gulf States in order to propagate seatrain Safowi thoughts and to create riots that would threaten national security of GCC states, as happened in the Kingdom of Bahrain.