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Iran: They arrested the actress Hengameh Ghaziani – She removed her headscarf in public – Watch video

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Hengameh Ghaziani was arrested for inciting and supporting the “riots” and for communicating with opposition media

Iranian actress Hengameh Ghaziani was arrested today by Iranian security forces for publicly removing her headscarf in a video she posted to express her support for the protest movement in Iran, Irna news agency reported.

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Hengameh Ghaziani was arrested for inciting and supporting the “riots” and for communicating with opposition media, the Iranian news agency reported. The Iranian actress herself had previously stated that she was summoned by justice and then uploaded on her Instagram account in which she removes her headscarf.

“It might be my last message,” he wrote. “From now on, whatever happens to me, know that as always I am with the Iranian people until my last breath,” he added.

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The video shows the Iranian actress on a shopping street with her head uncovered facing the camera without speaking and then turning and making a ponytail, as Iranian women do before going down to a demonstration.

In recent weeks, the 52-year-old Iranian has strongly criticized the crackdown on the protest movement that was born in Iran after the death of Mahsha Amini, who was arrested by the morality police for not wearing her headscarf properly, accusing the authorities of killing children and young people during the duration of the demonstrations.

Today, Iran’s judiciary announced that it has summoned Hengameh Ghaziani along with seven other figures in cinema, politics and sports for publishing “provocative” content in support of the protest movement, the judiciary said.

Among these figures are Persepolis football team coach Yahya Golmohammadi and reformist former MPs Mahmoud Sadegi and Parvaneh Salasouri.

Yahya Golmohammadi last week heavily criticized the national team’s players for “not carrying the voice of the oppressed people to the ears of the authorities” after Iran’s national team met with President Ibrahim Raisi.

The two former MPs openly supported the protest movement, mainly on Twitter, and denounced the use of violence against protesters.

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