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We don't believe he would do anything at all (against the Iranian government). A petition was launched urging clemency for Dr Djalali and has been signed by more than 40,000 people.
Wenn Sie dieses Fenster schliessen oder diese Seite durchsuchen werden, akzeptieren Sie die Benutzung der Cookies.A scientist who worked for a Belgian university has been sentenced to death in Iran on suspicion of espionage.Ahmadreza Djalali, an Iranian national and professor of disaster medicine at the Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB), was arrested in April 2016 while visiting family in the country.The incident began when a lorry driver found immigrants inside his parked vehicle.
After police arrived, four suspected Iraqi people smugglers sped off in a British-registered Audi.The university’s rector, Caroline Pauwels, said: “A scientist performing important humanitarian work, gets sentenced without public trial and is looking at the death penalty. We need him." Mr Hubloue told the publication he believed Dr Djalali’s arrest was related to his international contacts at the university, some of whom are from countries hostile to Iran, such as Israel.