Iran Intelligence Ministry decodes students’ poisoning case
WANA (Apr 28) – Statement of the Ministry of Intelligence about the poisoning of Students in Iran.
Iran’s Ministry of Information issued an explanatory statement about the incidents that occurred in schools in Iran, which emphasized: “Poisonous substances have not spread in any of the country’s schools, but non-toxic agents that have caused panic, inadvertently or intentionally in some It has been used in educational environments.”
Intelligence Ministery of Iran: “The malingering of students proved in the incident at schools.”
- One of the crucial points is that in most cases, the claim of unwellness is specific to students, and very few examples of poisoning have been reported by the teaching staff or school service agents.
- “malingering” was one of the proven factors in a significant number. In analyzing the motivations of malingering, three motives of playfulness, evasion of lessons and exams, and in a few cases causing trouble have been involved.
- The role of mass panic in many school incidents is undeniable.