Mehdi Bahman, an Iranian author and artist was supposedly found guilty of spying for Israel and given the death penalty in his home country.
A well-known author whose works have been displayed in the Library of Congress, Bahman was detained in October, only days after speaking with chareidi journalist Sivan Rahav-Meir for Channel 12 News in Israel.
Bahman discussed the circumstances in Iran during the anti-government rallies during the interview.
Following the death of 22-year-old Amini on September 16 after the morality police seized her, protests erupted across Iran.
Over two months of widespread turmoil have resulted in the deaths of hundreds of demonstrators, including many children.
The dictatorship has already executed two of the six persons who were given death sentences.
According to some reports, Mahdi was detained and then transported to the notorious Evin Prison, which is well-known for housing political detainees.
According to a report published in Iranian media on Thursday, Bahman was found guilty, even though, in the past, he had conducted numerous interviews with Israeli journalists.
After creating a note-and-comment artwork rendition of the biblical book of Ezra, he worked with an Israeli author to convert his book into Hebrew.
Bahman asserted that the Iranian people do not hate Israel during the 2021 interview, and he voiced his conviction that there would be peace between Israel and Iran.