“I am entirely alone in Iran,” – Kylie Moore-Gilbert in jail

 British Australian academic Kylie Moore-Gilbert has written a series of letters describing her experience in the present in Iran for more than a year and she has also faced the long status of solitary confinements as described in her letter and the British news outlets published the letters this week3

“I am entirely alone in Iran,” she wrote in one letter. “In addition to all the pain I have endured here, I feel like I am abandoned and forgotten.”

“I have no friends or family here and in addition to all the pain I have endured here, I feel like I am abandoned and forgotten, that after so many times of asking my embassy, I still have no money at all to endure all of this.”

“I’m taking psychiatric medications, but these 10 months that I have spent here have gravely damaged my mental health,” Ms. Moore-Gilbert wrote in a letter dated July 2019. “I am still denied phone calls and visitations, and I am afraid that my mental and emotional state may further deteriorate if I remain in this extremely restrictive detention ward.”

Hafsa Gani (Hwwviral Staff)

Written by Hafsa Gani (Hwwviral Staff)

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