Iran: Amnesty, scarcerare medico Djalali condannato a morte – Asia

(ANSA) – Rome, January 14 – Amnesty International in Italy has reiterated its request for the release of Ahmad Reza Jalali, an Iranian-Swedish doctor sentenced to death in Iran, on his fiftieth birthday.

“For Ahmad Reza Jalali, it’s a dramatic birthday in prison. A birthday among the worst imaginable. With the noose that keeps him a horrific companion since October 21, 2017, the day of the death sentence handed down by an Iranian court,” Ricardo said in Nouri’s note. , a spokesperson for Amnesty International in Italy, specifying that “today, January 14, 2022, Ahmed Reza Jalali is spending his fiftieth birthday locked up in a small cell full of insects, away from his wife and two children who live in Stockholm.”

Nouri states that “Jalali, a scientist who was born in Iran and resides in Sweden, was arrested in April 2016 while in his country of origin for work-related reasons and accused of spying for Israel” and that “there is no evidence whatsoever. He presented.”

In a letter he wrote from prison in August 2017, he accused the Iranian authorities of revenge for his refusal to cooperate in the collection of classified information.

Amnesty International in Italy and the University of East Piedmont, where Jalali spent a long period of research, continue to demand the release of a passionate science man.” (ANSA).

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