Iran’s fanatical Revolutionary Guard is forcing schoolgirls who staged anti-regime demos to watch sickening rape videos as punishment, it has emerged.
Girls who took part in anti-hijab protests have been picked to watch brutal pornographic videos as part of their ‘re-education’, says news outlet IranWire.
The videos, says the independent service, include rape and shocking bestiality footage of human-animal sex and were shown to girls as young as 14.
The horrific punishment emerged after girls at the Shahid Reihane-ul-Nabi school in Bandar Mahshahr staged a protest and chanted anti-regime slogans last October.
In November, a cleric and a woman wearing a hijab – accompanied by security forces – visited the school and summoned ringleader suspects into a classroom.
There – reports IranWire – they were forced to watch a film with stomach-churning sex scenes.
They were told – it has emerged – that this sort of moral depravity would be what would happen if Iran’s strict Islamic regime ever fails.
Some sixth-formers were so sickened they had to walk out while younger teens sobbed throughout the revolting show.
One girl is said to have been so traumatised she was hospitalised for two days after suffering a nervous breakdown.
An unnamed female source said to be a relative of a pupil at the school told IranWire the shocking show happened on 21st November.
The source said: “A man identifying himself as Hossein Rezaei from the Mahshahr Revolutionary Guards Corps, accompanied by an unnamed woman, visited the school and threatened the protesting students.
“The visitors randomly or intentionally selected around 60 students from three different grades for counselling and threats.”
She added: “These protesting students were then expelled from school for three days. The school authorities brought this group of uniformed forces to threaten us and prevent us from participating in protests.
“They tried to change our opinions about protesting and even threatened to report us to security agencies if we chanted slogans.”
She also said: “After talking for a while, we remained unconvinced, and they turned on the projector. They showed us all kinds of rape films and warned us that if we participated in protests, we could have the same fate.
“Tenth graders were in tears after watching the videos. Eleventh and 12th graders left the class in the middle of the session.”
The source said that one student suffered a nervous breakdown and spent two days in hospital.
The following day only 50 schoolgirls showed up to class out of 400 students, reports IranWire.
A number of families have reportedly filed complaints with the school and the education authorities.
Iranian forces have been cracking down on waves of civil disorder following the death of Mahsa Amini, 22, from Saqqez, Kurdistan Province.
She was on a visit to Tehran when she was arrested by morality police, accused of violating hijab rules on 13th September 2022.
She was allegedly beaten while in custody and spent the following days in a coma in the hospital before succumbing in the ICU on 16th September.
The clinic where she was treated said in a now-deleted social media post that she had been admitted brain-dead.
Alleged medical scans of her skull leaked by hackers showed that she had suffered bone fractures, haemorrhages, and brain oedema.
Independent Iranian media have claimed that Mahsa’s medical records showing a history of heart disease that officials gave as the cause of death were faked by the Iranian government.
Numbers differ regarding how many people have been killed since the protests began.
The ongoing protests in Iran have killed at least 516 people, according to independent estimates.
It is also understood that approximately 20,000 people have been arrested.