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Regime continues chemical gas attacks on Iranian schools, sparking protests
The Hengaw Human Rights Organization has reported at least 20 chemical gas attacks by regime operatives targeting schools throughout Iran. In response to these attacks, protests are escalating in numbers. To date, these protests have expanded to at least 282 cities. However, the regime’s forces have killed over 750 people and arrested more than 30,000, according to sources of the Iranian opposition People’s Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK).
In mid-April, brave youth and MEK Resistance Units inside Iran launched a new wave of 13 different attacks and anti-regime measures. They did this in response to the regime’s deliberate and organized chemical gas attacks targeting schoolgirls across the country.
April 15 – Members of MEK Resistance Units inside #Iran marched in the streets of four different areas of Tehran and the cities of Shiraz, Bandar Abbas, Hamadan, and Chalus to protest and chant anti-regime slogans against the ruling theocracy.pic.twitter.com/xateVIQLvX
— People's Mojahedin Organization of Iran (PMOI/MEK) (@Mojahedineng) April 17, 2023
On Tuesday, the all-girls Nabovvat Elementary School in the Dowlat Abad district of Kermanshah, western Iran, was targeted in a chemical gas attack by regime operatives. Several students have been transferred to medical centers for treatment. Reports indicate several other schools in other cities across the country have also been targeted today.
In response to these attacks, parents and locals in the city of Ahvaz rallied outside the governor’s office on Monday. They protested the recent chemical gas attacks targeting schoolchildren in this and other cities across the country. Iranian opposition President-elect Maryam Rajavi of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI) has condemned the regime’s chemical gas attacks targeting schools across the country.
Fearing an uprising by Iranian girls, women, and youth, Khamenei continued to commit the heinous crime of poisoning schoolgirls in Tehran and many other cities of #Iran yesterday and today. But the people's call for justice remains strong, as the chant “Khamenei, we will bring…
— Maryam Rajavi (@Maryam_Rajavi) April 18, 2023
Numerous other protests were reported across the country. Railway workers from across Zanjan Province in northwest Iran rallied outside the local governor’s office on Tuesday to protest their delayed paychecks and raise other issues. Many teachers and educators rallied outside the regime’s main Education Ministry building in Tehran on Tuesday protesting and demanding officials address their issues immediately.
Farmers from Isfahan Province rallied outside the local governor’s office demanding their fair share of water for their lands and crops. Retirees and pensioners of the regime’s telecommunications industry in Ahvaz and other cities rallied on Monday to protest their low pensions and poor economic conditions. Protests were also held in the cities of Isfahan, Tehran, Bojnurd, and Kermanshah, Zanjan, and the Alborz and Golestan provinces.
In conclusion, the Iranian regime’s continued chemical gas attacks on schools have sparked widespread protests throughout the country. Iranians are rallying against the regime’s security forces, demanding justice and an end to their atrocities. The protests are also spreading to other sectors of society, with railway workers, farmers, teachers, and pensioners all demanding their rights and fair treatment.
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