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And Biden wants to give these monsters nukes. If the fraudulent regime in the White House continues down these terrible paths, we are on the precipice of real horror.
Today has been the worst day of the alleged “poisonings” so far, with several videos of schoolgirls in different cities reporting breathing issues and being hospitalised. Some schools have shut down.
It’s unclear what exactly is happening, or why.pic.twitter.com/jrh11t9Gcm
— Shayan Sardarizadeh (@Shayan86) March 1, 2023
Iranian regime directly involved in poisoning hundreds of students in effort to stifle protests: report
Attacks appeared to overwhelmingly target schoolgirls
By Peter Aitken | Fox News April 17, 2023:
Iran sees itself as ‘the big dog’ in Middle East: Boykin
More than 300 poisoning incidents have occurred at schools around Iran, which critics argue could not happen without Tehran’s acknowledgment or approval.
“These attacks are most probably designed to punish and scare the Iranian people for the widespread protests that erupted in September 2022 after the murder of Mahsa Amini,” Saeed Ghasseminejad, senior Iran and financial economics adviser at the Foundation for Defense of Democracies (FDD), told Fox News Digital.
The FDD, a Washington, D.C.-based nonpartisan think tank, tracked attacks across Iran and counted 328 chemical attacks as of April 14, sourcing information from local reports and videos posted on Twitter. Most reports included the number of victims, ranging from a dozen to almost 100 in some cases.
Ghasseminejad, who was a prisoner in the infamous Evin Prison in Tehran for opposing the clerical regime in Tehran, squarely blamed the incidents on Iran’s government and argued that such attacks could not have happened – especially in the significant numbers they have – if the government was not at least supportive of them.
“The sustained, sophisticated and widespread chemical attacks against schools, primarily targeting girls, have the regime’s fingerprints on them,” Ghasseminejad said.
“Given the totalitarian nature of the regime in Tehran and its massive investment in and obsession with monitoring and controlling the society, it is preposterous to believe that such attacks could have happened without the green light from the security and intelligence establishment.”
Iranian President Ebrahim Raisi in March ordered authorities to investigate some of the poisonings, which occurred at girls’ schools, describing them as “noxious fumes” that made the girls sick. Authorities at the time suggested the attacks mainly targeted women’s education, but the FDD report noted at least half a dozen incidents targeting boys’ and mixed schools as well.
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