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“Not long after I started writing my book I had an email that said there were 103 babies who were not going to know their fathers because of 9/11,” Pearl says from her home in Barcelona, 11 years after the murder of her husband, who was 39.
“The reaction in the US was that women wanted to shelter their kids from the world, they thought there was no hope.
A reporter for the Wall Street Journal, he was in Pakistan investigating links between the terrorist network and Richard Reid, the British “shoe bomber”.
His grisly killing sent fresh shockwaves across the world six months after 9/11.
The actress - who is believed to be marrying partner Brad Pitt this summer - struck up a close friendship with the French journalist when she played her in 2007 movie `A Mighty Heart` Angelina Jolie was radiant as she awarded her friend, journalist Mariane Pearl, with the Fern Holland Award Monday night at the Vital Voices Global Leadership Awards gala in Washington, D.
More than 12 years have passed since her husband and Wall Street Journal reporter Daniel Pearl was brutally killed by militants in Pakistan. I look to ordinary women for hope, and to keep my hope in life and my work alive.” In New Delhi to deliver the First Ramnath Goenka Memorial Lecture after the presentation of the Excellence in Journalism awards on Tuesday, Pearl said that after Daniel’s murder, she went through an acute phase of disillusionment with the profession she and her husband had practised for years.
But she had no choice - she was six months pregnant with the couple’s first child.
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When I heard that Omar Sheikh had been found guilty of Danny’s murder, I wrote to President Musharraf of Pakistan to ask for the death penalty.
The death penalty is not a solution, and asking for it isn’t about revenge, but I believe that in this particular case the death penalty is justice; it is society punishing someone for murder.
Photography by Brian Moody Mariane Pearl, pictured here with her son Adam, aged 18 months, was five months pregnant when her husband, the American journalist Daniel Pearl, was brutally murdered by a militant Islamic fundamentalist group in February 2002.