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No evidence has ever been presented of her alleged crimes, and the Australian government rejects them as baseless and politically motivated.
The Australian embassy in Tehran is maintaining some contact with Moore-Gilbert. She has also spoken with her family.
Nasrin Sotoudeh — a prominent Iranian human rights lawyer who has most famously represented opposition activists, prisoners sentenced to death for underaged crimes, and women arrested for not wearing a hijab in public — is also in Evin prison. Her husband, rights campaigner Reza Khandan — who has also ly been jailed in Evin — said information from inside the prison said Moore-Gilbert had been held for long periods in solitary confinement in a 2m by 3m cell, and blindfolded if she was moved around the prison.
When allowed to speak with other prisoners, Moore-Gilbert had reportedly said she believed she had been abandoned by the Australian government.
It is known Moore-Gilbert has undertaken numerous hunger strikes in protest at her conditions. Khandan said Moore-Gilbert had attempted suicide multiple times but this has not been independently verified, and has been rejected by some sources with knowledge of her conditions. The executive director of the Centre for Human Rights in Iran, Hadi Ghaemi, said the Australian government needed to forcefully demand her release.
Kylie moore-gilbert feels abandoned by australia, sources in iranian prison say
Moore-Gilbert has been publicly silent for months, since a series of smuggled letters were published earlier this year detailing the privations of her imprisonment, including months isolated in solitary confinement, and a shortage of food, medicine, and money to buy personal items. She wrote that she rejected outright an offer from Tehran to spy for the Iranian government that would have seen her freed.
I have never been a spy and I have no interest in working for a spying organisation in any country. When I leave Iran, I want to be a free woman and live a free life, not under the shadow of extortion and threats.
Australia has said it does not engage in prisoner swaps, but it has — at least indirectly — been involved in apparent swaps recently. Two Australian travel bloggers, Mark Firkin and Jolie King who is also a British citizenwere released from Evin prison in October after being arrested in July, reportedly for flying a drone over a military installation.
They were released just after University of Queensland doctoral research student, Iranian national Reza Dehbashi Kivi, was released from a Brisbane jail after 13 months held facing sanctions-busting allegations, and a demand from the US he be extradited there to face court.
Moore-Gilbert, a graduate of Melbourne and Cambridge universities, is a lecturer in Islamic studies at the University of Melbourne.
She was arrested in September after attending an academic conference, at which she was invited to speak, in Qom. No evidence has ever been presented publicly that Moore-Gilbert was involved in espionage and the Australian government says it rejects her conviction. Australia news.
This article is more than 1 year old. Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert believes she has been abandoned to her year sentence for espionage in Iran, sources inside her prison say. Photograph: Twitter.
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