Published: Sun, August 26, 2018
Global Media | By Jackie Banks

Husband: Woman freed temporarily from Iranian prison

Husband: Woman freed temporarily from Iranian prison

Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe was arrested in April 2016 at the airport in Tehran after visiting her family with her young daughter.

The 40-year-old, from Hampstead, north London, has now travelled to see her family in Damavand, north east of Tehran.

Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe, who has vehemently denied the allegations against her, was reunited with family members - including her four-year-old daughter - after being freed from the capital's Evin Prison.

It is understood she will have to return to jail when the three days is up.

British-Iranian charity worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe left an Iranian prison for a three-day furlough Thursday - a breakthrough in the case that her family hopes will lead to permanent freedom. He said there was some indication that this would happen, but there had been a number of "false dawns".

Mr Ratcliffe said said: 'The Free Nazanin campaign is very pleased to confirm that Nazanin was released from Evin prison on furlough this morning.

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Hunt's predecessor Boris Johnson came under heavy criticism after appearing to jeopardise her defence previous year by saying she was training journalists during her visit, something her employer and family strongly deny.

British Foreign Secretary Jeremy Hunt also confirmed her release in a tweet, praising the "tireless campaigning" of her husband and friends. The Free Nazanin campaign released images showing the beaming mother hugging her child and clutching a bouquet of roses.

The British arm of Amnesty International also celebrated her temporary release as an "amazing news".

Guards searched every item she was taking with her and told she could not cal her family from the prison, but could do from the gate - where she was then told the phones were not working. "So we call on the Iranian authorities to capitalize on the goodwill from today's announcement by going the whole way and releasing Nazanin and allowing her to go back to her family". Although Johnson later corrected himself, Iranian state television highlighted his comments as justification for imprisoning her.

The best part of the happy surprise according to her was the chance to spend time with Gabriella after two years apart.

On a visit to Edinburgh, Mr Ratcliffe said he expects to hear on Saturday whether an application to extend the three days' leave will be granted.

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