ICHR strongly condemns the government of Iran for the hostage-taking of foreign national Kylie Moore Gilbert, and their terrorism activities. The government of Iran must be condemned in the international court for all their crimes against humanity and all their terrorism activities.
Kylie Moore Gilbert was released on Wednesday November 25, After numerous secret diplomatic agreements, in exchange for the release of three Islamic Republic security agents detained in Thailand for terrorist bombings.
The three were arrested during a 2011 bombing in Thailand. Which Saeed Moradi lost both his legs while fleeing the bombing seen in a public place.
In the summer of 2018, Kylie Moore Gilbert came to Iran for a conference at the invitation of Al-Zahra University. She was arrested on her return to Australia and sentenced to ten years in prison for espionage.
Since Kylie Moore-Gilbert’s convection in 2018, she was imprisoned in small temporary holding cell under outrageous inhuman conditions, and she was repeatedly tortured to the point that left Kylie to attempted Suicide several times.
The systematic imprisonments of Kylie Moore Gilbert, torturing and keeping her in inhuman conditions in prison was a tactical move by the government of Iran to free three of their security agents that were detained in Thailand for terrorist bombings.
The Islamic Regime in Iran commits crimes every day on the inside and outside of the country. This regime brutally uses every tactic to grow their terrorism activities. In this case arresting Kylie Moore Gilbert and holding her as a hostage to free three of their security agents.
ICHR strongly condemns the government of Iran for all their crimes inside and outside the country. The government of Iran must be condemned in the international court for all their crimes against humanity and all their terrorism activities.