Ahvaz has the Worst Air Pollution in the World

WHO says that Ahvaz, a southwest city of Iran, has the highest measured level of air pollution in the world . The report adds: “Cities in Iran, India, Pakistan and the capital of Mongolia rank among the worst on the planet for air pollution, while those in the U.S. and Canada are among the best, according to the first global survey by the World Health Organization. The southwest Iranian city of Ahvaz walked away with the unfortunate distinction of having the highest measured level of airborne particles smaller than 10 micrometers. WHO released the list Monday. The list, which relies on country-reported data over the past several years, measures the levels of airborne particles smaller than 10 micrometers -so-called PM10s – for almost 1,100 cities. WHO recommends an upper limit of 20 micrograms for PM10s, which can cause serious respiratory problems in humans. Ahvaz’s annual average of PM10s was 372 micrograms per cubic meter. Heavy industry and low-quality vehicle fuel are the main causes of air pollution in this desert city of 1.3 million . The study found that the Mongolian capital Ulan Bator had an annual average PM10s density of 279 micrograms per cubic meter, followed by another west Iranian city, Sanandaj, with 254 micrograms “. It’s not a new thing for Iranians, because they know that : “Iran in the Mullah Age is number one in the worst things of the world !”

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The report also adds: “In Ulan Bator [of Mongolia !!] [In Iran the word “Mongol” means “retard”, so Mongolia means the lands of retards !! It’s funny to know that after the Mongol invasions in the 13th century, Iranians used the word “Mongol” for referring to the retards !], the air pollution is mainly related to the burning of coal, wood and everything else for heating, cooking, and electricity generation. At the other end of the list are cities in Canada and the United States, which benefit from lower population density, favorable climates and stricter air pollution regulation . Yukon territory’s capital Whitehorse had a yearly average of just 3 micrograms of PM10s per cubic meter, while Santa Fe, New Mexico, measured 6 micrograms. Washington, D.C., had a level of 18 micrograms, Tokyo measured 23 micrograms, and Paris had 38 micrograms of PM10s per cubic meter.” It’s the true meaning of the difference between the tyranny and the democracy. Iranian cities are the most polluted cities in the world, because the Mullahs are the most polluted rulers in the word . The cities of Ahvaz, Sanandaj, Ilam, Kermanshan, Tehran, Esfehan, Shiraz, Mashhad, etc are the most polluted cities in the world, because the savage Mullahs are the greatest bastards in our planet. “The Mullahs kill, rape, and torture Iranians, and plunder our national resources and our national wealth, and destroy the environment and everything, but the western politicians – the western bastards- support the Mullahs and want to have a “hot line” with them, or want to improve the Mullahs’ image in the world !! Shame on them all”, many Iranians say in these days. WHO’s report is another historical document about the true meaning of the Islamic regime in Iran.

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