Who benefits from poisoning students?
WANA (Maar 03) – For nearly three months, a number of girls’ schools in Iran have been involved in suspected poisonings. The poisoning of students started from schools in Qom and has now reached the capital of Iran, Tehran, after taking place in schools in several other cities.
What is behind the suspicious poisoning of schoolgirls? The answer to this question must be given by Iran’s security institutions of course. However, for speculation, it is enough to check the winner and loser of this network of vandalism.
Some consider this to be related to radical religious movements that are against girls’ education. For example, some people call the radical movement “Millennialism”. “Millennialism” means the imminent end of the existing order and the emergence of a government for the purpose of goodness, harmony and justice in the world.
The most important characteristic of millennials is dissatisfaction with the current situation and belief in the end of the current world and the emergence of a holy and just world.
The theory that radical religious people are behind this story cannot be plausible, because if there was such an attitude and such a group willing to do such a dangerous stupidity, why did not they do it during the last 44 years?
Since the revolution until now, no radical movement has been able to publicly oppose girls’ education because they knew that they would face a harsh reaction from the majority of Iranians inside.
On the other hand, another movement believes that this incident is a continuation of the story of the recent riots. They believe that following the failure of the project to overthrow the government in Iran with street riots, now the overthrow operation must be followed in a new form, even with more terrible violence, and these riots must continue until the government raises its hands in surrender.
The view that Anti-Iran opposition groups, such as the MKO (Mojahedin Khalgh Organization) or monarchists (Pahlavi, son of the last king of Iran) and separatists, are involved in the issue of poisoning schoolgirls /pupils has more supporters. Launching new protests, disrupting in teaching system and providing toxic information materials for “human rights organization reporters” can be strong motivations for the failed opposition to create such a dangerous scenario.
Why do some people think that the poisoning of female students could have been done by the opponents of the Islamic Republic of Iran?
- For more than a year, the trend in favor of western culture has been trying to recruit teenage girls in schools, and of course, it fails every time. During the street riots, they also tried to take advantage of the excitement of schoolgirls, which were not successful except in a few cases. Even in the issue of recent “fake victims”, most of them were teenage girls, which were later exposed as false cases. Is it possible to interpret the poisoning of schoolgirls as revenge for not accompanying students and their parents in the recent unrests?
- After the defeat in the recent riots, the Western-Arab-Hebrew movement tried to keep these protests alive with artificial respiration. One day they undermine the government under the pretext of snow and heavy traffic, and the next day they use air pollution as an excuse to oppose the regime. Recently, they blame the government for the death of an Iranian cheetah, and these days they caused turmoil in the foreign currency market. Perhaps the poisoning of young students can provide them with an excuse to once again ask people to take to the streets to protest against the Islamic Government. This event can be accepted by Rajavi (Leader of MKO) and Pahlavi groups.
- The Rajavi sect, which is hated by many Iranians, revealed itself first in this story. They started this dangerous game a few weeks ago and they want people to come to the streets in protest. What is this terrorist group looking for? The Rajavi sect has a long history of terrorizing and killing Iranians. Iranians are looking for the footprints of this sect in every sabotage because they believe that this sect has proven during the past decades that it does not even need to think twice to kill other people.
- Farsi-language media outside Iran, which are supported by Iran’s opposition governments and services, are again seeking to make Iran’s government look guilty. While nothing is clear yet, and by the way, most of the perpetrators of this incident are believed to be opposition movements and believe that the media opposing the Islamic Republic of Iran played a major role in inciting the opposition to turn to more violence against its own people. Does Saudi Arabia’s money play a role in poisoning schoolgirls?
- Originally,The Shahcheragh terrorist operation where 13 people were killed and more than 20 were injured in Shiraz city in Fars province was carried out by the opposition. ISIS forces were only the executioners of the operation. But Western media sought to blame Iranian leaders. In the case of the incident in the city ofIzeh, the terrorists went among the people and killed them and even congratulated each other on social media. However, when they realized that they had killed a child (Kian Pirfalak), they claimed that they did not kill that child and again blamed the police force in this matter. During this period, they created fake victims, most of them were either alive or were declared by their relatives to have died of natural causes or incidents other than being involved in riots. People such as Mahsa Mogoi, Mino Majidi, Hananeh Kia, Fereshteh Ahmadi and Ismail Moloudi were also found to have been killed by the rioters, but the rioters claimed that the security police killed them. Is this movement looking for new killings and to put the blame on the government again?
- Reza Pahlavi , the son of Mohammad Reza Pahlavi who escaped from Iran and died in exile and who has been living in the West for several decades with money stolen from the Iranian peopl, stated clearly in an interview that Iran should be under severe economic sanctions so that economic problems due to sanctions will eventually cause people to protest. Masih Alinejad, another opposition member, had said the same thing before. Many of these opposition people have repeatedly asked Western countries, especially the United States, to attack Iran in private and even publicly. They consider it okay to kill millions of Iranians if it leads to the overthrow of the Islamic Republic of Iran.
Can a movement that wants a military attack on its country and considers the killing of millions of its compatriots in line with its goal not order the poisoning of schoolgirls? Undoubtedly, poisoning students is an acceptable action for the opposition if it angers the families, angers the people, and eventually leads to street riots.
The Islamic Republic of Iran can be considered inefficient or to blame in some areas, but few experts can deny the information that 60% of students in Iran today are female. One third of university faculty are women. The position of women in sports and scientific and career advancements and management seats is not far from developed countries. Can such a country be against girls going to school?
It seems that those who say that the Islamic Republic itself is the cause of this incident are the same ones initially said Mahsa Amini had no history of any underlying illness and was killed by police brutality. However, later it turned out that their claim was false and only caused a large number of people on the streets of Iran to lose their lives, get injured, or be imprisoned because of this BIG LIE.