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Book Title: Honderd dagen in angst|
The author of the book: Roxana Saberi
Format files: PDF
The size of the: 8.46 MB
Date of issue: October 7th 2011
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Read full description of the books Honderd dagen in angst:Op 31 januari 2009 werd Roxana Saberi, een Amerikaanse journaliste die in Iran werkte, in de vroege ochtend door vier mannen van haar bed gelicht en in een cel gegooid. De agenten die haar gevangen hielden beschuldigden haar van spionage, wat ze ontkende. Verscheidene eeuwig durende dagen werd Saberi in eenzame opsluiting gehouden en hardhandig ondervraagd en al die tijd wisten haar familie en vrienden niet waar ze was, of zelfs of ze nog leefde.
In een neprechtszaak die de hele wereld in opschudding bracht, werd de eenendertigjarige verslaggeefster veroordeeld tot acht jaar gevangenis. Maar na internationale druk door familie, vrienden, collegas, diverse overheden, en totale vreemdelingen, werd ze na ruim drie maanden gevangenschap vrijgelaten. Nu verbreekt Saberi haar stilte om de volledige rekening van haar beproeving te vereffenen, door tot in detail de methodes te beschrijven die in Iran worden gebruikt om de inwoners van dat land te intimideren en te controleren.
Read information about the authorRoxana Saberi moved to Iran in 2003 to work as the Iran correspondent for the U.S.-based Feature Story News. She filed reports for organizations such as NPR, BBC, ABC Radio and Fox News and was working on a book about Iranian society when she was arrested on January 31, 2009. Saberi was later sentenced to eight years in prison on a trumped-up charge of espionage. In May 2009, an Iranian court overturned the sentence, and she was released.
Since her release, Saberi has joined others in bringing attention to the situation of human rights in Iran. Saberi has spoken at several human rights events; written articles published in The Washington Post, The Wall Street Journal, and Chicago Tribune; and been interviewed on news programs of organizations such as FOX News, ABC, NBC, CBS, BBC, CNN, PRI, NPR, and C-SPAN, as well as shows such as The Daily Show with Jon Stewart. Saberi has received the Medill Medal of Courage, the Ilaria Alpi Freedom of the Press Award, the NCAA Award of Valor, a POMED (Project for Middle East Democracy) Award, and an East-West Freedom Award from the Levantine Cultural Center. She was named one of Jaycees’ 2011 Ten Outstanding Young Americans and was honored by the Japanese American Citizens League as an “Outstanding Woman.” In September 2011, she was chosen as a “commended” artist for the Freedom to Create Main Prize.
Saberi’s book, Between Two Worlds: My Life and Captivity in Iran, was published by HarperCollins in March 2010. Saberi was also a co-writer of No One Knows About Persian Cats, a film-documentary about underground music in Iran.
Saberi grew up in Fargo, North Dakota, the daughter of Reza Saberi, who was born in Iran, and Akiko Saberi, who is from Japan. She was chosen Miss North Dakota in 1997 and was among the top ten finalists in Miss America 1998. She graduated from Concordia College in Moorhead, Minnesota, with degrees in communications and French.
Saberi holds her first master’s degree in journalism from Northwestern University and her second master’s degree in international relations from the University of Cambridge.
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