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Iranian Revolutionary Guards Prepare to Investigate Unforgivable Crime as Ordered by Khamenei

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The Iranian Revolutionary Guards have declared their readiness to cooperate in exposing those involved in the poisoning of female students, which has resonated in Iran, and Iran’s supreme leader Ali Khamenei called it a “major and unforgivable crime.”

The Commander-in-Chief of the Revolutionary Guards, Major General Hossein Salami, in an address to the Minister of Security on the occasion of the National Day of the employees of the Ministry of Security, said: “The preservation of the unique power and strength of the Islamic Republic of Iran, which has been a strategic goal of the regime of domination and Zionism over the past decades, and what is happening today, as a result of the crime of poisoning female students, who are Unforgivable falls under these reprehensible attempts, which, as usual, require determination and a strong and firm revolutionary will on the part of the country’s intelligence community, especially the role of the Ministry of Security and the Revolutionary Guard Intelligence Organization, to resist this move.

Major General Salami reaffirmed the readiness of “these military forces of the Islamic Republic to provide full support and cooperation with the Ministry of Security to strengthen the foundations of strength and security inside the country and focus in particular on the implementation of the instructions of the leader of the revolution and the demand of the proud and conscientious Iranian people to accelerate the pace of serious response to the phenomenon of poisoning schoolchildren. a country.”

On Tuesday, Iran’s interior ministry announced the first arrests related to the poisoning of hundreds of schoolgirls three months ago in 25 provinces.

Iranian guide Ali Khamenei confirmed that the authorities should seriously address the issue of poisoning schoolgirls, considering it a great and unforgivable crime.

Source: “Irna”

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