It’s 2010, your name is Farzeen, you’re an Iranian engineer working at the top secret and controversial Natanz nuclear research facility in Iran. You never feel relaxed when you’re at work because you are worried that today might be when The Great Satan, or its Zionist puppet Israel, decides to attack the facility. You don’t even feel safe at home now since an Iranian nuclear scientist was assassinated in Tehran, presumably by Mossad, Israel’s spy agency. You briefly think about your student days at Leeds University in England—those were happy times. Iranians were popular on campus because the Shah had just been overthrown in a peoples’ revolution. There was a good group of fellow Iranians at the University and so many pretty girls—there were some great parties.