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US News Iran about to execute Swedish-Iranian researcher, according to Amnesty

22:40  01 december  2020
22:40  01 december  2020 Source:   lejdd.fr

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IRAN-SWEDEN-RESEARCHER: Iran about to execute Swedish-Iranian researcher, according to Amnesty

DUBAI (Reuters) - L Iran is preparing to execute Swedish-Iranian researcher Ahmadreza Djalali, sentenced to death for espionage, several human rights organizations said on Tuesday.

"On December 1, a judge declared that Ahmadreza would be transferred to Rajai Shahr prison TODAY for immediate execution," Amnesty International said on its Twitter account.

"His lawyer has been informed that Ahmadreza will be transferred today to Rajai Shahr prison," Iran Human Rights said in a statement, citing the researcher's wife, Vida Mehrannia.

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The Iranian authorities did not react to this information.


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Swedish Foreign Minister Ann Linde spoke there A week ago on the phone with his Iranian counterpart, Mohammad Javad Zarif, in an attempt to prevent the execution of Ahmadreza Djalali.

This doctor and specialist in disaster medicine worked with several universities including the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm or the Free University of Brussels (Vrije Universiteit Brussel, VUB), before his arrest in Iran in 2016.

He was sentenced to died in 2017 for espionage for Israel. According to Amnesty International, "the tribunal relied mainly on a 'confession' which Ahmadreza Djalali said was taken from him under torture while he was held in solitary confinement for a long time, without being able to consult a lawyer".

Dozens of Iranian nationals with dual citizenship have been arrested in Iran in recent years, most of them on espionage charges.

Human rights groups accuse the Islamic Republic of using these nationals as a bargaining chip to obtain concessions from foreign countries. Tehran rejects these accusations.

(Dubai editorial staff, French version Jean-Stéphane Brosse)

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