Hollywood actress criticized for apologizing for US attack
Hollywood actress Rose McGowan has faced severe criticism in her country over a tweet about the killing of the head of the Iranian Quds Force in a US attack.
The actress, in her tweet, apologized to the United States on Iran's attack.
He wrote: "Iran, America has insulted your country, its flag and people. 52% of us apologize to you. We want peace with you. We have been kidnapped by a terrorist government." We do not know how we will run away, please do not kill us. '
On Friday's tweet, he received severe criticism in the United States, and some even suggested he move to Iran, to which McGowan acknowledged that his tweet was unusual and wrote in another Twitter message. "I am not with Iran, but certainly not with America."
In an interview to the Associated Press, he said, "I am not supporting Iran over America; I want to see America improve."
He added: 'I woke up and looked at Twitter like a fool, I went to the bathroom and knowing about the incident I thought something strange or unusual should happen, if possible you should avoid the bloodshed, and I wondered what would happen when I said something wonderful. '
It may be recalled that on January 3, Major General Qasim Suleimani, the head of the Quds Force of the Iranian Revolutionary Revolution, was killed in a US airstrike near the airport in the Iraqi capital Baghdad.
The statement from the Pentagon claimed that Qasim Suleimani was active in planning to target Americans in Iraq and the Middle East.
The 46-year-old actress is known for her role in the movie series 'Scream' and she was one of the first women to raise a voice against the harassment of Hollywood producer Harvey Winston and lead the movement to the mainstream. Personalities also proved.
For the first time in October 2017, Harvey Winston was accused by a number of women of sexual harassment, sexual relations and rap, but the film producer dismissed the allegations.
Later, other women came out against Harvey Weinstein and a total of about 100 women and actresses accused the film producer of sexual harassment and rap.