Ganji is still on hunger strike

21 July 2005
According to Masoumeh Shafi’ee (Akbar Ganji’s wife) Ganji is still on hunger strike. Ganji’s wife told Frances Harrison (BBC reporter in Tehran) that he was transferred from prison to hospital after falling unconscious. She has also said that Ganji’s family are concerned that a rumoured pardon may require a request for forgiveness from Ganji which he has thus far categorically refused to do.

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