With a picture of washing clothes, an Iranian artist warns Khamenei of Saddam’s fate

Iranian artist Friars Arabnia warned Iranian guide Ali Khamenei not to meet the fate of former Iraqi President Saddam Hussein, who was arrested until his execution.

Arabniya posted on his Instagram page a picture of the former Iraqi president washing his own clothes after his arrest.

“I will tell you my conscience,” he wrote, “whether or not you take my advice.”

his colleague’s arrest

The Iranian artist’s publication came after his colleague, the famous actress and activist in the field of women’s rights, Tranah Ali Dosti, was arrested, on Saturday, in Iran, against the background of the protest movement, which entered its fourth month.

The Iranian actress, known for her roles in several films by director Asghar Farhadi, announced several times her support on Instagram for the demonstrations that erupted after the death of 22-year-old Iranian Kurdish Mahsa Amini on September 16 after she was arrested in Tehran by the morality police on suspicion of not respecting the strict dress code in Iran.

Tasnim news agency said, “Tranh Ali Dosti was arrested because of her recent actions when publishing false information and content, and inciting chaos,” without giving details of her whereabouts.

condemnation of the death penalty

On December 8, the actress denounced the authorities for the execution of Mohsen Shekari by hanging, after being convicted of “militia”, and wrote on Instagram, “Any international organization that watches this bloodbath without responding is a disgrace to humanity.”

Artists arrested

The authorities arrested several figures in Iranian cinema even before the current wave of protests, such as directors Muhammad Rasoulof and Jaafar Panahi, who are still detained.

Since mid-September, thousands of Iranians and about 40 foreigners have been arrested, and more than 2,000 people have been charged in connection with the protests, according to judicial authorities. Two people, aged twenty-three, were executed in connection with these protests.

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