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The Iranian regime uses explosive gas capsules that damage the nervous system against peaceful protesters.

Axar.az reports that the "Azad Iran" Telegram channel broadcasted information about this.

The information stated that hexachloroethane gas, which temporarily disrupts the activity of the human central nervous system, was used against the protesters.

Thus, after burning the gas capsules, chlorine combines with zinc metal to form chloride, a pale green gas. The initial symptoms of poisoning are vomiting, skin irritation, and coughing. Hexachloroethane gas can cause liver cancer, dermatological diseases, and kidney failure in humans in the long term.

Date
2022.11.23 / 13:12
Author
Zuleykha Aghasieva
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