Zahra Yaghoubi who was a fan of Khomeini

3] According to Masoud Behnoud, in the political atmosphere of Homeland at the time, “jokes and laughter were influential”. According to Masoud Behnoud, Zahra Yaqoubi was “illiterate” and a “shah friend” before the 1357 revolution and celebrated the Shah’s birthday on the 4th of Aban with lights in her place of residence. But when Seyyed Ruhollah Khomeini issued a fatwa against Mohammad Reza Pahlavi, he “broke the lamps and tied a veil around his waist”.