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What is the truth about the arrest of Rasha Sharbatji, director of "Breaking a Bone" by Syrian security?!

What is the truth about the arrest of Rasha Sharbatji, director of “Breaking a Bone” by Syrian security?!

The name of the director Rasha Sharbatji led the trend after activists circulated on social media the news of her arrest due to the recent disputes over the series “Kisser Adham”.

Sharbatji chose to respond to these news through a video clip from behind the scenes of the work, which she is still filming during the Ramadan month.

The Syrian director appeared in the mediation of the work cadre of artists and technicians, denying the news in her own way.

Where Rasha Sharbatji appeared with great enthusiasm and happiness, stressing that she is continuing filming the last episodes of the work.

Especially since a number of news outlets dealt with the arrest of Sharbatji, against the background of the accusations of the Syrian writer Fouad Humira to her of stealing the idea of ​​​​the work from an old text of his.
The Syrian director also ignored all the news and thanked everyone who congratulated her on her 46th birthday.
And she said in a post she wrote on her page: “Thank you to everyone who said a kind word, and to everyone who reminds me of my birthday, my heart grows with love.”

And she continued, “And let me thank the team of the series #Kasr_Adam, in particular, from the artists and technicians who celebrated me today behind the scenes. You showered me with your kindness and taste.”

It is worth noting that the series “Kasr Adham” directed by Rasha Sharbatji has been leading the trend since the first episodes because of the boldness of the ideas presented in it.

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As the work faced harsh criticism and a number of unions in Syria threatened the work makers to file lawsuits against them.


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