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Iran: Organized Chemical Attacks on Girls’ Schools in Tehran, Kermanshah, Sanandaj, Hamadan, and Karaj

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NCRI logoSupreme Leader Khamenei and his criminal agents continue to poison students in order to counter the uprising and take revenge on the girls and women who were at the forefront of the uprising in 2022 and 2023. On Monday, April 24, and Tuesday, April 25, schools in Tehran and some cities, including Kermanshah, Sanandaj, Hamedan, and Karaj, witnessed the poisoning of a large number of students.

On Tuesday, students in several girls’ schools, including Avini Girls’ High School in Tehran, Niayesh Girls’ School in Sanandaj, and Qudousi Girls’ School in Kermanshah, were poisoned due to chemical attacks. On Monday, schools that were targeted included Maedeh, Niayesh, Mastoureh Ardalan, Me’raj, and Esmat in Sanandaj, 22 Bahman Girls’ School and Fatemeh Medical Girls’ High School in Mehrshahr Karaj, Javad Al Asad Girls’ School, and Fatemiyeh Girls’ Conservatory, and Javid Al Athar Girls’ High School in Hamadan, as well as Fasainejad Girls’ School in Tehran. Dozens of students were poisoned and had to be taken to hospitals for treatment.

Over the past five months, despite the continued poisoning of female students, the mullahs’ regime and its security, political, and propaganda institutions have attempted to cover up and prevent the truth from coming to light. In fact, those who have tried to spread the news about these organized crimes have been pursued and imprisoned. As per the report from the state-run Entekhab website on April 21, quoting Hossein Rajabi, the prosecutor of Qazvin, it was announced that a woman has been arrested for “preparing videos and photos of the students’ condition since their arrival at the hospital by attending various treatment departments. A court case has been filed against this person, and she has been sent to prison on charges of spreading lies and propaganda against the regime.”

On April 17, MP Behzad Rahimi was quoted on the parliament website as saying to the interior minister, “Unfortunately, the serial poisoning of students has been occurring extensively for several months and has become a challenging and unresolved issue.” Another parliament member, Mostafa Reza Hosseini, referred to Ebrahim Raisi as the “weakest and most inefficient” government and asked him, “What have you done about the poisoning of schools? How many people have you arrested? Who are they affiliated with? Where have you presented them? Why haven’t you informed the public about this?”

The Iranian Resistance once again calls for a comprehensive and independent investigation by an international fact-finding committee into this large-scale and systematic crime.

Secretariat of the National Council of Resistance of Iran (NCRI)

April 25, 2023