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and subjected to daily electric shock torture and beatings before being transferred to Ahdas Prison, by the Turkish border. In prison, he formed a relationship with a gay prisoner named Hassain. Yakob explained: "Hassain was serving a sentence, he told me, for 25 years. He told me that the sentence was only because he was gay. "The Syrian government claim that they do not imprison people any longer for being gay and that in any event the maximum sentence is three years.
ry. He applied for asylum and was granted extended leave by the Home Office, but was then arrested in Aberdeen last April after being found in possession of a fake Belgian passport. He was handed a 12 month sentence and sent to Polmont Young Offenders Unit in Falkirk. His lawyers say his asylum application was then mistakenly withdrawn and, as a result, he has been served with a deportation order, pending a final hearing this May. If Nike Roshe Mens Grey unsuccessful, he will be sent back to Syria. He has been kept at Polmont as a remand prisoner until that date. His case mirrors that of gay Iranian teenager Mehdi Kazemi, 19, who was this week allowed to stay in Britain after claims that he would be executed if returned to his homeland. Now, while detained at Polmont, Yakob has appealed against a Home Office deportation order and has instructed top Scottish QC, Mungo Bovey, to fight his case. Yakob is terrified of being returned to Syria, where homosexuality is illegal, and believes that if he returns, he faces certain death. Speaking from Polmont last night, Yakob explained why he fears a return to his homeland. "I wish to seek asylum in the UK for a number of reasons," he said. "My father is a politician with the Yakiti Party pro Kurdish and anti government. I was arrested when I was 15 years of age for possession of anti government material.
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These were basic leaflets for my father's political party. Of his arrest, he added: "I was then tortured. I was beaten. At one point I was put up against a wall and a handgun pointed at me. I did not tell them anything, I did not think they would shoot me. "The police officer then shot me in my upper left arm. At that point, I told them what they wanted to know as I believed that they would shoot me dead. "Yakob says he was held in police cells for 20 days without charge Nike Roshe Running Shoes Black And White
This is not true. He added: "This was all because I was gay. No questions were asked of me about my father's political party or any other political activity. All the questions related to me being gay. "I was also subjected to cold water torture, where I was put in Nike Roshe Run Sale Ebay
a room and buckets of cold water were constantly thrown over me. I could not remember what day it was or how long I had been in prison. "One day I woke up in hospital in a nearby town of Kamishli. The doctor who was treating me told me that I had been in a coma for 20 days. He suggested that I be sent home for recuperation. "Yakob then decided to flee to the UK. "I went home and after two weeks or so I was feeling better. By that Nike Roshe Run Mens Cheap
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