Kylie Moore-Gilbert: academic ‘terrified’ and suffering inside Iran’s Qarchak women’s prison

Exclusive: sources inside Qarchak say British-Australian lecturer is unwell as friends and colleagues condemn government’s strategy

Kylie Moore-Gilbert was tearful, terrified and unwell inside Qarchak women’s prison before she was forcibly moved from quarantine into the general prison population, sources inside the jail have said.

Details of Moore-Gilbert’s condition emerged as friends and colleagues publicly condemned the Australian government’s “quiet diplomacy” strategy, which they argue has failed to help her.

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