Tuesday, September 06, 2005

Disciplinary forces harass high school girls

Iran Press News: Translation by Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzzi
Iran Daily, one of the regime's multitude of media outlets, in it's Tuesday issue confessed that the greater corruption and criminality of the regime in fact emanates from none other than the disciplinary forces of the regime themselves; a large number of the disciplinary forces' agents have been recognized and exposed for ganging up and swarming around girls' schools during schools opening and closing hours.

This newspaper, in an article entitled "Our Neighborhoods' police," quotes a resident of Tehran who describes: "On Shaheed Lavasani Street, right next to the Metro entrance, there is a girls' high school. We have witnessed that during the opening and closing hours of the school, large groups of young, libidinous and salacious criminals who are in fact known to be members of the disciplinary forces and are meant to be supposedly protecting the neighborhood, gather; they harass, disgrace and insult the high school girls who just want to be left in peace...God forbid that this is supposed to be the so-called 'hard-working' police of this Islamic nation."