Iran's jailed dissident star rapper Toomaj Salehi faces the death penalty for his high-profile support of the unprecedented civil uprising sparked by the death of Mahsa Amini. The UN human rights chief said that the death penalty was being weaponised by Iran's government to strike fear into the population and stamp out dissent, saying the executions amounted to "state sanctioned killing". For more on the current fate of the Persian rapper, and the widespread support he is receiving from fellow musicians and dissidents, at home and worldwide, FRANCE 24 is joined by Toomaj's Lawyer Dylan Slama, who's filed an official complaint with the UN Human Rights Commission, his cousin Shabnam Khosravi, and celebrated Graphic Novelist and Filmmaker Marjane Satrapi.