Report source: Press TV
Up to 130 Iranian parliamentarians have called
for strict action to be taken against proponents of secularism in universities
throughout the country.
Students protesting at Tehran's Sharif
University - September 2009
Iranian universities are scene of frequent protests by the students supporting
The lawmakers made the call in a letter signed
and addressed to the Minister of Science, Research and Technology Kamran
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  Islamic Revolution is the most important
topic that university professors and the elite must seek to promote," IRNA cited
the letter as saying.
"Activities of individuals, who feel enmity
toward the Islamic establishment, are unacceptable. What is more, nowhere in the
world are resources and opportunities generously handed out to those who seek to
bring down the establishment and the principles that society is governed by,"
added the lawmakers.
They urged the minister to take "serious and decisive" action against "the
enemies of the Islamic establishment," "proponents of secularism," and "those
who work to weaken the government."
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