|They told their supporters: ((Go to schools and set up guild councils, and unite with the Marxists who belong to the socialist bloc and are closer to us than the forces following the line of Imam; take away the control from the principals and schools' authorities|
The objective behind forming councils in schools:
What was the aim of such councils? They told their supporters: ((Go to schools and set up guild councils, and unite with the Marxists who belong to the socialist bloc and are closer to us than the forces following the line of Imam; take away the control from the principals and schools' authorities; Islamic Societies and forces following the line of the Imam should by no means be admitted to these councils.» This was the nature of these councils. Those who accused the authorities of the Islamic Republic of monopolization, gave such directives themselves, and recognized no limits when group interests were at stake.
Some examples of conflicts in schools:
Javidan High School: This school possesses a clinic but it is out of use. The supporters of the hypocrites tell the principal that they want to turn the clinic into a society bureau. The principal replies that as no one has a bureau there, he cannot agree to their demand, and if a bureau must be given to them, the decision must be voted. They threaten that if their demand is not complied with, they would take it by force. Then they throw out the clinic equipment and occupy the room. When the principal protests, they give him a severe beating, and when the members of the Islamic Society protest, they too are beaten. This clearly illustrates the hypocrites' impudence and shamelessness in attaining their goals. Another instance in the same school: They run stalls during school hours. When the principal objects, they beat him. As a result of such clashes, security forces intervene. (This was precisely what they wanted).
Hadaf High School No.4:
You know that one of the boys of the Islamic Society in that school was killed there in a dispute over the question of the Cultural Revolution in the school. Now look at the reaction over this question in their publication: «Shameful Hypocrisy of Revolutionary Students.» (Document No.12): «This person comes to school at 6:45 in the morning. Contrary to his habit, he opens the library and goes straight to the education office. Here, he feels sick for a reason unknown to us. When he goes to wash his face at the tap, he feels giddy and collapses, knocking himself against the tap. Blood flows from his mouth and nose. He tries to rise again but collapses and dies.» But what were the actual facts? The truth was that, following the question of the Cultural Revolution and the directive given by the Organization, the whole thing had been planned before by the latter. This student had been actually pushed against the tap and thereby lost his life through loss of blood. You see how far their propaganda is from their acts, and how facts are presented the other way round.
Shari'ati Girls School:
If you remember, this school made much noise. The same question of the Cultural Revolution was used by the hypocrites to induce clashes. The supporters of the hypocrites disguised in veil and masks, waited on the schools' walls for a clash with the disciplinary forces.
Shari'ati Boys School:
In this school, clashes had taken place the day before over the question of sports. The next day, they incited clashes again over the same question. They put up placards reporting the happenings of the previous day and accusing the Islamic Society of seeking this clash. They organized their forces waiting for the supporters of the slamic forces to pull down the placards, so that they could beat them. Going round the city and instigating people by reading out the 'pungent' headings of the publication.
Fundamentally, one of the sources of disorder and clashes in 1980, which led to the events of June 20 was road-by sales of newspapers and other publications. They had said that the sales should take place where there is much traffic, the number of books '"' for sale should be small, but selling teams, numerous. You realize that the sale of books, tapes and publications was only an excuse. The goal was to initiate clashes and confusion in the city for the Organization aimed at preparing the ground for its activities of June 20.