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Mia Khalifa has shared her support for protests in Iran that began after the death of Kurdish woman Mahsa Amini, who was allegedly fatally beaten by Iranian police.
Axar.az reports citing foreign media that the Lebanese-American former adult film actress made a series of posts critical of the Iranian government, as protests in the country spread.
Over the weekend, she posted an Instagram story update critical of Iran President Ebrahim Raisi and his demand that the renowned journalist Christiane Amanpour wear a headscarf when interviewing him while he was in New York for the UN General Assembly.
"Why are we giving such fascists a platform in the American media and bowing to their demands?" she asked.
On Sunday, she shared a compilation video originally posted to TikTok, of relatives of regime officials partying abroad while protesters were being killed by security forces.
"Not a hijab in sight for the children/grandchildren of the Islamic regime! The morality police don’t have Snapchat??" she asked.
2022.09.28 / 18:14