Iran's best-known satirical columnist and cartoonist, Kioumars Saberi, is seen in this file photo taken in March 2001. Saberi died Friday morning, April 30, 2004 in the hospital. He was 63. Known as "Gol Agha" in Persian, or Mr. Flower, Saberi was the first to satirize the leaders of Iran's clerical establishment after the Islamic Revolution of 1979. His main outlet was the daily newspaper Ettela'at, for which he wrote a page-two column that thousands of readers chuckled over. However, about five years ago he stopped writing for the paper and focused on his own magazine Gol Agha, which consisted mainly of cartoons.