Outrage mounts as Iranian schoolgirls fall victim to serial poisonings
Similarly, eight female students at Sahar Girls’ high school in Dolat Abad district, Isfahan, experienced poisoning symptoms and were transferred to Imam Reza Hospital for treatment on the same day. In another incident, five female students in Naqadeh, West Azerbaijan province, also fell victim to poisoning on Monday, April 3, 2023.
It is worth noting that in early March 2023, the authorities announced the arrest of more than 110 people in connection with the serial poisoning of students in the country. A member of the budget and planning commission of the parliament claimed that “all the behind-the-scenes culprits of these incidents have been arrested.
However, mounting evidence suggests government involvement in these horrific attacks. There are suspicions that agencies linked to Khamenei’s headquarters, including the IRGC and others, are behind the crimes. The continued poisoning of girls throughout the country could not have been done without their intervention.
These cruel acts of biological terror appear to be the Iranian regime’s latest attempt to quash protests and the ongoing six-month revolution led by young women and schoolgirls. The serial gas poisonings are reminiscent of the atrocities committed by the Nazis against Jews in concentration camps like Auschwitz and serve as a stark reminder of the cruelty of the mullahs’ regime.
This unprecedented crime against humanity underscores the extent to which the clerical regime is willing to go to exact revenge on the brave young women and girls who have defied their authority. These students have torn up pictures of their supreme leader Ali Khamenei and chanted “death to Khamenei” as they stand up against the oppressive regime in its entirety.
The world must take action to prevent the Khamenei regime from using human casualties as a means to maintain power, just as they have done during the eight-year war, the 1988 massacre of political prisoners, and the Coronavirus pandemic.
The safety and security of students in Iran must be protected. The international community must hold the Iranian regime accountable for its actions and work to ensure the safety of all students in Iran. These acts of terror must be condemned in the strongest terms, and the perpetrators must be brought to justice.
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