The Iranian Ministry of Interior’s announcement of the arrest of over a hundred people involved in recent school incidents has been met with ridicule and disbelief by many in the country.
This comes in the wake of the fourth consecutive month of female students being poisoned, with the latest incident occurring on Saturday, March 11, across several cities. According to the Ministry, some of these individuals “acted out of mischief or adventure and used smelly substances to close classrooms.” The Ministry has also made the baseless claim that “investigations into these individuals, including their potential connections with terrorist organizations like MEK”, are ongoing.
The Iranian people were outraged and furious over the painful murder of Mahsa Amini by the repressive so-called ‘Ershad (guidance) Patrol. they chanted “Guidance Patrol (is) Killing Patrol”.
Demonstrators chanted: “From Kurdistan to Tehran, oppression against women”, “We will not accept humiliation”, “Death to the oppressor”, “Guidance Patrol (is) Killing Patrol” and “Khamenei is murderer, his rule is illegitimate”. While chanting “Death to Khamenei”, the protesters with repressive agents, who were trying to disperse them.
SDG2 is a 300-page report with nine chapters that examine the Iranian regime’s behavior 26 years after the Beijing Conference on Women’s Rights.
SDG2 is a 300-page report with nine chapters that examine the Iranian regime’s behavior 26 years after the Beijing Conference on Women’s Rights. This report examines the Iranian regime’s actions in relation to the United Nations’ Second Sustainable Development Goal, also known as SDG2. SDG2 aims to achieve “zero hunger.” It is one of the United Nations’ 17 Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs).