dusseldorf - The German writer Dogan Akhanli, born in Turkey, who fasted in Spain for weeks, returned on receipt of his return to Düsseldorf airport on Thursday when he expected. Just after entering the entrance hall, a man started shouting him in Turkish.
According to his lawyer Ilias Uyar, the screamer, supposedly a driver who waited for a customer, called the author a 'landlord' wherever he will never be safe. What followed was a long, excited word exchange between both. That meant Akhanli's good feeling during the trip. 'This incident worked on the nerves. But probably I'll be happy and relaxed in half an hour. '
Akhanli was arrested on August 19 during his holiday in Andalusia, after a so-called Red Notice from Interpol at the request of the government of Erdogan. By the end of last week, Spain decided not to deliver the writer as a German citizen to the Turkish authorities. 'This hunt of turkey has failed. But you see that the country continues to persecute people, 'said Akhanli after arriving in Düsseldorf.