Nazila Fathi

journalist and author

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Former reporter from Iran for the New York Times and author of The Lonely War: One Woman’s Account for the Struggle of Modern Iran; former fellow at Harvard's Belfer Center for Science and International Affairs

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Nazila Fathi was eight years old when the Islamic Revolution changed her country completely in 1979.

New York Times Correspondent Flees Iran, the Country She Loves

Nazila Fathi was eight years old when the Islamic Revolution changed her country completely in 1979.

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