Toomaj Salehi, the 33-year-old Iranian rapper, has become a symbol of resilience and defiance against Iran's oppressive regime through his powerful protest music. Sentenced to death for 'spreading corruption on Earth,' Salehi's journey reflects the harsh realities faced by artists challenging authoritarian rule in Iran. From initial arrests to solitary confinement and torture, 
Salehi's unwavering activism continues to inspire global outcry and solidarity. His music, banned in Iran, has transcended borders, sparking rallies across Europe, Canada, and the US, demanding his release. Salehi's story underscores the transformative power of hip-hop as a tool for social change, echoing the legacy of artists like Tupac Shakur. As his supporters amplify calls for justice, Salehi is a poignant reminder of the sacrifices made in the fight for artistic freedom and human rights.
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