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نویسندگان [English]چکیده [English]
Iran is one of the multi-ethnic countries with the exception that the ethnic groups in Iran are of a single race, but speak different languages and dialects and they have chosen Persian as their major language. And in terms of land and nationality and cosmopolitan proximity, they consider Iran as their main and permanent home and they want the continuation of life in geographic territory of Iran. They never claim to separate themselves from their motherland. As a social phenomenon, whose consequence directly spanned the communities of Iraq and Iran and indirectly some other communities, the Imposed War was one of the most important changes of the late twentieth century. Therefore, understanding these effects is among the issues that still need to be studied. For more interaction between Arab tribes and the central government, the contexts and situations arising after war can deepen the ethnic identity and national identity and be effective in the progress and prosperity of the Islamic Iran. The results show the Arab tribes of Khuzestan, as before in the war, defend the territorial integrity of Iran and despite the view of Iraqi regime, their loyalty to Iran was never denied.