A spokesman of the group, Abdollah Momeni, told Radio Farda that the move threatens the activities of civil-society groups.
"These illegal actions against critics and human rights defenders threaten the life and security of civil-society organs and political parties, [students] are expressing concern over this situation and they also will protest against it to authorities," Momeni said.
The reformist student group has in recent months warned against the increase of government pressure on student activists.
The group has also called for the release of the leader of its alumni association Ali Akbar Musavi Khoeini, who was arrested in Tehran during a June 12 women's rights gathering.
Women in Tehran (epa file photo)
CALLING FOR MORE RIGHTS: Although women played key roles in Iran's 1979 Islamic Revolution, the place of women in post-revolutionary society has been a vexing question. Iranian women have struggled to bring attention to their calls for greater rights in their country's rigid theocratic system, calls that have often clashed with the values proclaimed by conservatives in society. (more)
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