Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi On Fox

June 21, 2009

[via Gateway Pundit]

If you want to know more about Hossain Mousavi and what he means to the reform movement, watch this segment with Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi.

Here is Banafsheh’s bio on Wiki-

Banafsheh Zand-Bonazzi was born in Tehran in 1961 to Iranian journalist parents. She attended the American University of Paris as well as at the IDHEC, the French institute of higher cinematic studies. In 1982 she went to the United States and continued studies at the University of Maryland, Baltimore County. She studied film and art history as well as linguistics and semiotics. Banafsheh speaks 7 languages including Persian and has worked in the film industry, as production assistant and second assistant director on several feature and documentary films for the big screen and HBO.[citation needed]

In 1993 Banafsheh returned to the world of TV production, as a freelance line producer of documentary films about the assassinations of Iranian writers, activists and scholars who opposed the regime of Iran at the hands of the secret police.[citation needed]

In 2001 Banafsheh’s father was abducted by the forces of the secret police of the Islamic Republic of Iran, for the fourth time in 22 years.[citation needed]

Banafsheh regularly writes for The National Review, Defense & Foreign Affairs and Front Page Magazine. She has appeared on C-Span‘s Washington Journal and Voice of America TV, and Fox TV with Eric Shawn.

Banafsheh is also the editor of the English department of the website Iran Press News.

She was also one of the organizers of the courageous Secular Islam Summit:

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