Your Eyes Say That You Have Cried

June 2009
Nieman Reports;Summer2009, Vol. 63 Issue 2, p28
The author describes a story involving young women reporters and the role the author has played as a journalism teacher in Iran from 1988-2002. The author describes his student named Fereshteh, who was arrested after writing a report about Saeed Criminal or Saeed Hanai, the guy who had strangled several women in northern Iran. Fereshteh did not accept the notion that a reporter has to be detached and objective. According to the author, generation of Iranian women reporters will be left on history.


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