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Iran: Death Row Dual Citizen Ahmadreza Djalali Transferred to Unknown Location

2 Aug 19
Iran: Death Row Dual Citizen Ahmadreza Djalali Transferred to Unknown Location

Iran Human Rights (IHR); August 2, 2019: Imprisoned Iranian-Swedish Scientist Ahmadreza Djalali (Jalali) who is sentenced to death in Iran, has been transferred to an unknown location. Rights organizations and Mr. Djalali’s family are concerned about his safety. Mahmood Amiry-Moghaddam, the Spokesperson of Iran Human Rights (IHR) said: "Under current political circumstances, sudden transfer of a dual citizen who is sentenced to death for espionage, is strongly concerning”.

Imprisoned Iranian-Swedish Scientist Ahmadreza Djalali (Jalali) who is sentenced to death in Iran, was transferred to an unknown place on Monday, July 29, 2019.
Dr Djalali’s wife, Vida Mehrannia, told IHR, “On Monday, without any pre-notice, authorities transferred Ahmadreza from the ward 209 of Evin prison to unknown location. We don’t know where he is being held now. He was allowed to make a short phone call. He told his place is a room under the surveillance of CCTVs. We don’t know anything more.”
Vida Mehrannia expressed her great concern about the condition of her husband. 
Ahmad Reza Djalali lived in Sweden since 2009 where he had a permanent residence. He worked as a researcher in the field of crisis management at Karolinska University in Stockholm. In 2018 Dr. Djalali was granted Swedish citizenship.
Being formally invited by Tehran University, Ahmad Reza Djalali travelled to Iran but was arrested by the agents of the Ministry of Intelligence on his way to Karaj on April 24, 2016. He spent three months at the detention center of the Ministry of Intelligence. He is sentenced to death with the accusation of “espionage and collaboration with enemies”. He rejects the accusations.