School girls are getting victims of 'poison phobia', many recruitments in Iran
The secret is being deepened in the case of the alleged poisoning of girls to prevent school from going to school in Iran. In six provinces of Iran - Hamidan, Junjan, Western Azerbaijan, Fars and Alborz, dozens of schoolgirls were admitted to the hospital on Saturday. However, the investigation of the case has not confirmed poisoning. Experts are considering this entire matter as 'poison phobia', which has flourished of the suppression of the government. On the other hand, the government is considering it a foreign conspiracy.
The secret is being deepened in the case of the alleged poisoning of girls to prevent the school from going to school in Iran. In six provinces of Iran - Hamidan, Junjan, Western Azerbaijan, Fars and Alborz, dozens of schoolgirls were admitted to the hospital on Saturday. However, the investigation of the case has not confirmed poisoning. Experts are considering this entire matter as 'poison phobia', which has flourished of the suppression of the government. On the other hand, the government is considering it a foreign conspiracy.
According to local media, schoolgirls have been transferred to local hospitals for treatment and they are generally in better condition. In Iran, a 22-year-old Irani-Kurd woman Mahsa Amini, who was detained due to a wrong hijab in Iran, saw nationwide protests for more than five months after her death on September 16. Amidst this widespread protest, now a series of reports of the large-scale poison of school girls in Iran is being seen. But there is nothing clear about what kind of poison it is, who is giving it and why he is giving it. It is also worth noting that no girl has died in these alleged poison attacks.
Reports said that 108 girl students were admitted to the hospital in Ardabil, all of which were stable. According to a Fars report, parents said that the student was brought in contact with a poisonous spray in a high school in Tehranasar, the western area of Tehran. It is to be noted that there is no complete clarity in all these matters and no student died.
Iran Deputy Health Minister Yunus Panahi clearly claimed on 26 February, hundreds of girls in the country are being poisoned to prevent the school from going to school. Iran's state news agency IRNA quoted Panahi as saying that after poisoning several students in schools in Kom province, it was found that some people wanted all schools, especially girls to be closed. Panahi also said that no one has been arrested in the case of poisoning. According to the report, on February 14, the parents of the sick students gathered outside the city's governor's office to demand clarification from the authorities.
The first known incident of poisoning schoolgirls took place on November 30 in the city of Kom, Iran, when about 50 girls fell seriously and were taken to the hospital. According to the media, the girls suddenly started getting vomiting, they were having trouble breathing and then they started fainting. Many girls also had a temporary paralysis attack. Later, the girls, who came to consciousness, told that they had experienced some kind of smell and only then did they happen.
The next day, government spokesperson Ali Bahadori Zaharomi said that the Ministry of Intelligence and Education is trying to find out the reasons for the poisoning. Subsequently, on Friday, Iranian President Ibrahim RaiC said that he had asked to investigate the case. At the same time, he had described the conspiracy of the enemies of the country behind it.
Opponents of Iran's President Ibrahim RaiC have claimed that the Iranian government does not want the girls to go to school after the way Iran's girls participated in the anti-hijab movement. Therefore, fear is created in his mind.
A recent report from Psychology Today also suggests that the alleged poisoning of young school girls in Iran may seem to be state terrorism, but the nature of this poisoning can actually be more psychological than chemical. The report said that no evidence of poisonous chemicals has been found in all the investigations done so far. There has been no death and almost all the victims recovered quickly. The report said that there are shocking similarities between the events of the West Bank of Iran, Afghanistan and Palestine where women students display symptoms like headache, nausea, abdominal pain and blurred vision in different time periods in Islamic schools. Are - She is unconscious and was taken to the hospital. In the atmosphere of government repression, only such symptoms in girls are associated with the collective consciousness of girls in which they are growing up.