A clear path for hope in the future has been opened up by these elections. The hard-liners that have isolated Iran and repressed its people are on the wane.
No matter who wins, it won't affect who really holds control in the country.
Traditionally in the Gulf, a majlis was the place where people would stay in touch with the community and perhaps seek official help. Today, Twitter has become a virtual version of that place.
In Iran, appointing loyal hardline females to ministries does not translate into women's equal rights. It is another cunning strategy by Ahmadinejad's government to fool the world.