Iranian girls

poisoned to stop

them from going to school? Iranian Minister's statement

Iranian schoolgirls

being poisoned

Several Iranian girls have been poisoned to stop them from going to school, claimed Iranian deputy minister Younes Panahi

Traces of poisonous


Representational Image As per media reports, a bunch of parents in Iran had to admit their girls to hospitals after complaining of breathlessness. As per the preliminary reports, there are traces of some poisonous elements found in their body though it has not been confirmed if it is due to some food allergy or done deliberately   

Iran Deputy Health

Minister claims poisoning

of schoolgirls  Iran’s Deputy Health Minister Younes Panahi said that poisoning of Iranian school girls was a deliberate act, an attempt to dissuade women from getting education and to shut down educational institutions for women in Iran

Iranian parents protest

against alleged poisonings

On February 14, several Iranian parents staged protests outside schools and demanded an explanation behind the series of alleged cases of poisoning among Iranian school girls. Though, no official statement has been given on the cause of the same

Iran govt on poisoning

of school girls

Iran govt spokesman Ali Bahadori Jahromi said the intelligence and education ministries were trying to find the cause of the poisonings. Meanwhile, a probe has been initiated into the incidents

Iranian protests over

Mahsa Amini’s death

The incidents of poisoning among Iranian school girls have come at a time when the Middle Eastern country is already grappling with protests over the death of Mahsa Amini

Mahsa Amini’s death

in custody

On September 16, a 22-year-old Iranian-Kurdish girl Mahsa Amini died in police custody for an alleged violation of Iran’s strict dress code for women. As per reports, the girl was severely beaten by the cops for not wearing hijab in the public area. Since then, several protests have been taking place

World leaders’ reactions

to Iranian girl’s death

Several world leaders such as US President Joe Biden, German Chancellor Olaf Scholz and others have demanded a probe into the death of Mahsa Amini

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