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News ID: 1778
Iran » Iran
Publish Date: 16:06 - 31 July 2013
Tehran, YJC. Kamran Daneshjoo has said that he was treated badly in UK for political activities.

Speaking in an interview with Mehr News Agency, Kamran Daneshjoo said "I studied in the best and most leading European university, that is the Imperial College, which if not the first, it is the second in Europe. I have studied in Queen Mary which is one of the major Colleges in London. When I was expelled, they gave me a paper and gave me 9 days, then they expelled me and said ‘You were arrested for your activities here in support of_ they did not say Imam_ Khomeini.’ The dismissal letter is still sealed and I have it.”

Daneshjoo also pointed to the 09 disturbances and said "The seditionists, or the Green Movement as they are called, had asked Queen Mary University to announce that Kamran Daneshjoo had not been a student there, and that was very important to them. Queen Mary asked me ‘shall we give them your records?’ I said give whatever you want, just don’t lie. Despite all these, in all such atmospheres, I did not lose my major mission which was to prove our country’s abilities in scientific advancements.”

He also pointed to his tortures in UK prisons, but did not provide any details. He said "When they would torture me oversees I would grow more resistant.”

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