“Leaders take revenge on high school and college girls who participated in the Woman, Life, Freedom movement against the mandatory wearing of the hijab and against tyranny.” In this message published by the Iranian media in exile Radio Farda, Zahra Rahnavard, who has been under house arrest for more than twelve years as one of the leaders of the opposition, denounces “revenge” authorities against Iranian women because of their participation in the protest movement that began in September after the death of the young Mahsa Amini.

Thus, the authorities in Iran are now at the center of suspicions related to a series of poisonings of teenage girls. Since the series of poison gas attacks began in mid-December, hundreds of institutions have reported several hundred cases of respiratory failure. “If the authorities are not involved in these murderers and their crimes, they must