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In Memory of Zahra Kazemi

28 Apr 2010 03:00Comments

[ spotlight ] Since its launch on Feb. 20, Zahra's Paradise, a graphic novel about the social and political situation in Iran, has grown to 45,000 readers in 125 countries (and soon 12 languages), according to its publisher.

Today's guest blog entry is by the son of Zahra Kazemi, the Iranian-Canadian freelance photographer who died in the custody of Iranian officials in July 2003. The story of her legal case, as told by her son, will appear on Friday on here.

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