The international news agency, Reuters came to know from two of them familiar sources that a British scholastic individual who was accused of spying in the United Arab Emirates, has got bail.
Matthew Hedges of 31-year-old research scholar of Durham University was imprisoned at Dubai airport on 5th May after two-week long research visit. Precisely, he was charged for spying this month on the Gulf state, where he has been captured in the solitary imprisonment.
The Federal Court of UAE appeals in the last week for pausing the prosecution until 21st November to review and justify the evidence.
The representative of the UAE government could be reached for the significant comments outside working hours.
A representative for the foreign office of Britain said in London: “We are monitoring developments closely and have made the Emirati authorities aware of all our concerns. We continue to do everything we can for Matthew and his family”.
According to the BBC report, Hedge had been released on bail without his passport and has been asked to present in the UAE until his coming appearance in the court on 21st November.
The attorney general of UAE has told Hedges has been accused of spying for a foreign state without disclosing the name of the state and endangering the political, economic and military security of the country.
More than 120 academics have sent petition pleading UAE authorities for releasing him.
According to the website of Durham University, Hedges is a scholar student in the school of international affairs and his interest for research was diversely wide spreading including the relations between civil and military, as well as tribalism and political economy.
UAE is especially a trading and tourism hub in the Middle East but, endures quite public criticism of its ruling policies and the ridiculous opposing standpoint of the Islamic Brotherhood and ideology.