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Witness Statement: Tania Ahmadi Kaliji

60. I do not feel safe in Turkey. I do not have a permanent home. I stay with different friends and frequently change my location because I am really nervous about the Iranian Intelligence Forces finding me.

61. My torture in detention has affected me emotionally. I have nightmares and I dream of death. I am easily scared and when I remember what happened to me, I scream. I am still carrying around both mental and physical scars. I think a lot about my dad and I am very sad. Rape is commonplace in Iranian prisons – it has happened to so many.

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