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British-Iranian anthropologist who fled Iran accused of sexual abuse

Women say Kameel Ahmady, who recently told of his escape from Iran, harassed and sexually assaulted them

A number of women have accused a prominent British-Iranian anthropologist who recently fled Iran of being a sexual predator who should not be allowed to continue working with women or with the vulnerable groups that are a focus of his research.

Kameel Ahmady, known for work on child marriage, female genital mutilation and LGBT communities in Iran, denies the allegations of sexual assault and harassment, which have led to his suspension from Iran’s Sociology Association.

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