His move back to Tehran is part of a reverse brain drain encouraged by the June 2013 election of President Hassan Rouhani. Shouting out PINs is just one of many quirks embraced by those young professionals educated abroad who have spurred good prospects in the West to return to live and invest here.
It’s a bet on the future, and for many a bet on the presidency of Mr. Rouhani, the relatively moderate regime insider who has promised to resolve Iran’s nuclear issue with world powers and revive an economy crippled by sanctions and tumbling oil prices.
That's it. I just wanted to introduce Salar in case a president is elected who will not share President Obama's interest in actually not engaging in hostilities with Iran. In that case, his life may end. Thanks to the 47 asshat senators who pointed that out.