Iran wants to assassinate this Swedish doctor TOMORROW – Politics Abroad

It’s a barbaric plan!

On Saturday, the mullahs want to execute the Swedish-Iranian doctor Ahmadreza Djalali (50 years old) in Tehran! The professor was arrested in April 2016 during a business trip to the Iranian capital and sentenced to death in 2017. The fabricated charge: espionage. He was in solitary confinement for 10 months.

His wife, biochemist Vida Mehrannia (47), told BILD: “My husband should be dead in 24 hours. A day lasts 24 hours, the West still has the time and the power to prevent this barbaric execution. I still have hope.” His appeal to the whole world: “Save the life of my husband, who saved many lives as a doctor!

A demonstration against the murder of Djalali in StockholmFoto: TT NEWS AGENCY/via REUTERS

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A demonstration against the murder of Djalali in StockholmPhoto: TT NEWS AGENCY/via REUTERS

Djalali has a son (9 years old) and a daughter (19 years old). The family has lived in Sweden since 2009. They haven’t seen Djalali for six years. And for a year and a half, wife Mehrannia has had no contact with her husband because he is forbidden to telephone.

“We had a perfect family, he was a very nice man, a passionate doctor and a good father. The Iranian regime has completely destroyed our family and our lives. We have been living in this nightmare for six years,” Mehrannia said in BILD . “You can’t explain to anyone what it’s like to wait for someone you love to be executed. It’s the worst thing in the world. My heart breaks when I see my children suffering right now.

► Djalali was a disaster medicine doctor and lecturer at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm and visiting professor at the Free University of Brussels. His professor at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm at BILD: “He was my doctoral student and my friend. It is unimaginable and unrealistic that this would actually happen. He was a dedicated graduate student.

His destiny is in Tehran – everyday life. Last year alone, the mullahs executed 299 people. One almost every day.

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‘Free my father’ the sign reads: Djalali’s wife and son during a protest last weekPhoto: private

Two German Iranians are currently in prison for the mullahs: journalist Jamshid Sharmahd (67) has been in prison since July 2020. The regime critic also faces the death penalty. Women’s rights activist Nahid Taghavi (67) has been in Evin prison since October 2020.

“It’s scary and traumatic to see. My thoughts are with Djalali’s family. We families are screaming but no one is listening to us, we are helpless,” said Gazelle Sharmahd, 40, the daughter of Jamshid Sharmahd .

The Djalali case is seen as revenge for a court case in Sweden against an Iranian: defendant Hamid Nouri was allegedly involved in the torture and murder of more than 100 political prisoners in 1988. After Stockholm prosecutors demanded a life sentence against him, Tehran announced that Ahmadreza Djalali was to be executed…

“It would be helpful if the German Foreign Minister made a clear statement on human rights violations in Iran,” FDP General Secretary Bijan Djir-Sarai (45) told BILD.

The Foreign Office said: “The Federal Government demands the immediate release of Mr. Djalali. Since 2017, the Federal Government has supported Mr. Djalali on several occasions, with EU partners and in bilateral talks. , and we will continue to do so in close coordination with Sweden.

Growing protests in Iran

The Iranian regime tortures, persecutes and kills its own citizens. It is a state without democracy.

Now people are even threatened with starvation and food prices are skyrocketing. Result: Since last week, there have been massive protests with over 100 arrests and 5 deaths.

The protests started in Khuzestan province and spread to many other regions. Brave and angry protesters are burning pictures of ‘Supreme Leader’ Ayatollah Khamenei (83) in the streets, shouting ‘Death Khamenei’ and attacking mosques. The mullahs partially blocked the internet.

“These people now need international support,” human rights activist Mina Ahadi (65) told BILD.


Do you want to protest against the murder of Ahmadreza Djalali and lead by example? Call the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran in Berlin: 030-84 35 30!

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