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However, with over 70 per cent of the population hovering below 30, competition (and potential opportunities) is high.
In true speed-dating style, young boys and girls packed in single-sex cars, cruise specially selected streets in up-town Tehran in search of a desirable soulmate - or a one-night stand.
On the first lap potential candidates are spotted, on the second verified, on the third business cards handed out.
One of these weblogs -- which became active and attracted attention in September, has been removed from its virtual address as of October 24.
In the first few days after its removal from cyber space, the message was "No website found at this address." Since then, other than announcing its removal, the message says, "The managers of this website are being legally pursued." The blog's homepage contained a picture of Ayatollah Makarem-Shirazi, a prominent Iranian cleric, and a Q & A section in which relevant questions were answered by Makarem-Shirazi himself or according to his book.