Iran’s Tear Gas is Fear Gas

Open letter to Ban Ki-moon:
usage of dangerous chemical gases in recent Iran riots by anti riot forces

‘Iranian Physicians Informative Database’ in a letter to UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon called for urgent measures of that organization to prevent Islamic republic from using chemical gases against demonstrators in Iran by the anti riot forces.It confirms what Shadi Sadr said already Here are excerpts of the letter:

‘ As you might have heard on the news these days, it’s a while that some Iranian security forces use a new type of chemical gas to deal with people in street protests … These gases, which are experience results of chemical-microbial defense unit of Iranian Revolutionary Guards during the eight-year Iran-Iraq war, were first tentatively used in 2009 street protests in a limited basis, but during current protests (Feb 14th and 20th) it was widely used against Iranian people … These new chemical gases that are creating fear in its victims, known as the “Fear gas” contain CHLOROBENZALDOXIM NITRIL and small amounts of yellow rain and nerve gases like Sarin, Tabun or Soman, which are organic phosphorous compounds and organophosphate pesticides … In some cases it causes severe symptoms among victims of these gases, such as dizziness, Chest pain, severe headache, double vision and blurred vision, fatigue, nausea, vomiting, bloody vomiting, abdominal pain and increased oral secretions, nose, eyes and respiratory systems and severe muscle pains. In several cases through which the victim’s blood were tested by our colleagues, an amount of Analyn phenyl; nitrite and sulfur was observed in their blood and they have also high levels of blood urea … According to the protocol 1925 Geneva prohibiting usage and production of chemical and biological weapons, and the unauthorized use of these gases is illegal On the other hand these chemical gases are being used in public places where thousands of innocent men, women and children are in danger, those who may never participated in any riot … (It’s like) the usage of chemical weapons by Iraqi government against the people of Halabja in 1988. ‘

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