date of publication:
April 21, 2022 21:36 GMT
Update date: April 21, 2022 23:10 GMT
Syrian director Rasha Sharbatji denied the news that had circulated during the past hours on social media, according to which she had been arrested by the Syrian security forces. View
Source: Ahmed Bayoumi – Erm News
Syrian director Rasha Sharbatji denied the news that had circulated during the past hours on social media, according to which she had been arrested by the Syrian security forces.
Rasha Sharbatji is the director of the series “Kasr Adham”, which discusses bold Syrian issues, and has caused a sensation since the first episode was shown, as the audience described it as a series that crossed all red lines.
Syrian scriptwriter Fouad Hamira wrote, commenting on the news of Rasha Sharbatji’s arrest: “If the news of director Rasha Sharbatji’s summons by the security services is true against the background of the series “Kasr Sharbatji”, despite everything, I demand her immediate release.”
Fouad Hamira added in a post he wrote on his personal account on the social networking site “Facebook”: “I also call on the regime and its collaborators to stop these repressive practices that kill creativity and expel creators.”
Hamira concluded his post by saying: “I wish everyone, and a warm hope, that they gather their voices in one cry in the face of the tyrant and say it is clear (Enough)… Rasha Sharbatji… Our hearts are with you… Except for freedom.”
Hours after the news was circulated, the Syrian director Rasha Sharbatji came out in a video accompanied by the crew of the series “Kasr Adham”, and they were preparing for breakfast today from inside the filming location, to deny the circulating news.
The well-known Syrian writer, Fouad Hamira, recently made public and explicit accusations to the company that produced the series “Kasr Adham”, which is currently shown on screens, and is one of the most prominent works of the Ramadan season in Syria and the Arab world. see the light
Humaira, who owns famous series, including “Deer in the Forest of Wolves”, surprised his followers by saying that the text “Break a Bone” was stolen from his text “A Salty Life”, which began filming in 2011, before it stopped quickly with the start of the protests that swept the country in that year.
Hamira said in a video clip he posted on his “Facebook” account that he did not watch the series “Breaking a Bone” at the start of its television show, but decided to watch it after a number of his followers indicated to him that he was carrying events similar to his text “A salty life”, which was previously talked about. In the artistic and media circles during the past years that followed the year 2011.
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