Ahmadreza Djalali

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Ahmadreza Djalali says the accusations had been fabricated by Iran’s intelligence ministry

A courtroom in Iran is believed to have sentenced to loss of life an Iranian physician who’s a resident of Sweden after convicting him of spying for Israel.

Tehran’s prosecutor stated an individual had been discovered responsible of passing to Israeli operatives the addresses of 30 nuclear and navy scientists – two of whom had been killed in bomb assaults in 2010.

He didn’t determine the individual.

However the spouse of emergency drugs specialist Ahmadreza Djalali stated he had been convicted on related fees.

Human rights group Amnesty Worldwide said it got here after “psychological torture, false confessions and a grossly unfair trial”.

Tehran prosecutor Abbas Jafari-Dowlatabadi informed a gathering of judiciary officers on Tuesday that an unnamed “convict” had “given the handle and particulars of 30 necessary individuals engaged in analysis, navy and nuclear initiatives” to the Mossad spy company, Iranian media reported.

He stated the checklist included nuclear scientists Massoud Ali-Mohammadi and Majid Shahriari, who died in bombings within the capital in January and November 2010.

The prosecutor added that the convict had handed on the data to Israel in return for cash and assist in acquiring a Swedish residency allow.

On Monday, Amnesty Worldwide stated it had been informed by one among Ahmadreza Djalali’s legal professionals that he had been sentenced to loss of life for “corruption on earth”.

Zeynab Taheri stated the courtroom verdict said that Mr Djalali had labored with the Israeli authorities and that it had helped him to acquire his residency allow in Sweden.

Amnesty stated Mr Djalali, a health care provider and lecturer at Stockholm’s Karolinska Institute, was on a enterprise journey to Iran in April 2016 when he was arrested by intelligence ministry officers and held with out entry to a lawyer for seven months, three of which had been in solitary confinement.

Mr Djalali says that whereas in solitary confinement he was twice compelled to make “confessions” in entrance of a video digital camera by studying out statements written by his interrogators.

He says he was put beneath intense strain, by way of psychological torture and threats to execute him and arrest his youngsters, to “confess” to being a spy for a “hostile authorities”.

Mr Djalali says the accusations had been fabricated by the intelligence ministry.

His spouse Vida Mehrannia, who lives in Sweden with their two youngsters, informed Amnesty that his bodily and psychological well being had deteriorated sharply since he was detained.

“We’re calling for his launch as a result of he has not dedicated any crime,” she stated.