Iranian MPs want secularism advocates out of universities
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Up to 130 Iranian parliamentarians have called for strict action to be taken against proponents of secularism in universities throughout the country.

The lawmakers made the call in a letter signed and addressed to the Minister of Science, Research and Technology Kamran Daneshjou.

The MPs warned Daneshjou of the activities that were carried out in universities by "certain individuals who are hostile toward the Islamic system."

"The cultural message of the [1979] Islamic Revolution is the most important topic that university professors and the elite must seek to promote," IRNA cited the letter as saying.

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