An Egyptian biochemist freed in Cairo after questioning over the 7 July London bombs says he is wary of returning to his home in the UK.
Mr Nashar said he may delay his return to the UK
Magdi al-Nashar, 33, recently completed a biochemistry PhD at Leeds University.
He says he was held during a trip to Egypt after having innocent contacts with bomber Jermaine Lindsay.
Mr Nashar, who was arrested in Cairo on 15 July, told the BBC he may delay his return to the UK.He said he feared people might not know he has been
He was freed on Tuesday after the authorities said there was no link between him and the bombs or al-Qaeda.
He told BBC Radio 4's Today programme he met Lindsay at a mosque in Leeds in October 2004.
And he had found accommodation for him in the city shortly before the bombings.
"He told me his name was Gamal, but from the papers I knew his name was Jermaine Lindsay," he said.
"...in June he phoned and asked me if I could help him get a flat for his family to move completely from London to Leeds."
Mr Nashar said he was concerned after being portrayed as a "a bad person and a terrorist" by some of the media after 7 July.
"If somebody has seen my picture on the front page as a terrorist or something like that and then he will not know I am innocent and has seen me in the streets, what will he think?".