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she's emerged as one of the most outspoken critics of Iran's clerical leadership buses the country commemorates forty years since the Iranian revolution Iranian Nobel Prize winner Shirdon of body is just as frustrated with the country's current rulers as she is of US policy when Ayatollah Ruhollah Khomeini returned from exile in Paris he won the support of millions opposed to the US bank Shaw's lavish lifestyle and ruthless secret police Iran's defiance in facing US sanctions and pressure is likely to be a top theme in the revolutions fortieth anniversary celebrations about the human rights lawyer and former judge says those very sanctions on working tackling the economic sanctions doing benefit the people they make the people pull however those who are close to the regime benefit from economic sanctions because it gives them the opportunity to gain dirty money so it's good for them , living in excel since two thousand and nine Abadi says the world needs to do other things that we can the Iranian government like stopping it soft power it'll let the Iran three foreign satellites Iran can have many television programs in non passing nine which is and this is then out speak out so if you stop that you'll stop the propaganda Iranian officials were not immediately available for comment scenes like these imply the government's popularity is slipping the crackdown on protests Liverpool living standards and corruption in over eighty cities and towns some Iranian school for the full of Iran's supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei he blamed the enemies of the Islamic Republic body says the protests are just the beginning