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Akbar Ganji is an Iranian journalist and dissident who spent six years in prison for exposing rights abuses committed by Iran’s fundamentalist regime. His work has appeared in pro-democracy newspapers across Iran, most of which the government has since shut down. He is the author of ten books, including the bestselling The Dungeon of Ghosts (1999) and The Red Eminence and the Grey Eminence (2000). He is also the winner of the 2007 John Humphrey Freedom Award for his fearless commitment to human rights, democratic development and nonviolence.