The spouse of confined Bahraini footballer Hakeem Al-Araibi has issued a request for world pioneers to weight the Thai government for his discharge.
Al-Araibi, 25, holds displaced person status in Australia however is being held in a Bangkok jail on an Interpol warrant put out by Bahrain.
Bahrain has said the conviction was reasonable and that removal procedures are presently “in process”.
Be that as it may, the footballer’s better half told the BBC removal would put him in threat.
“I’m approaching each nation to help Hakeem since I know whether he gets reclaimed he will be tormented, and he will be executed,” she said.
The Australia-based 24-year-old, who has asked not to be named, said she had composed an individual supplication to Thai Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha.
“His future lies in your grasp. It would be ideal if you encourage my significant other get back home,” she says in the letter to Mr Prayuth, due to be conveyed to his office later on Wednesday.
The Australian government, Fifa and the International Olympic Committee are among the individuals who have campaigned Thailand to discharge Al-Araibi.