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Iran's president: Oust secular professors
Cat : Religion
Date : 2006-09-06 13:36:32                      Reader : 281
Life and death, Paradise and hell , life after death or no, aim of living on earth, etc.. are key issues of life. Where we come from ? Why do we live on Earth? , and where we go after death ? are very important for human destiny. Iran is fully right to fire professors who doubt and deny existence of God.


IPU 6/9/2006

Iran's president: Oust secular professors

TEHRAN, Sept. 5 (UPI) -- Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad urged the ouster of liberal professors from the country's universities Tuesday.

Addressing a group of young people attending a Youth Day meeting, he said the educational institutions must become less secular, the Islamic Republic News Agency reported.

"Today, students should shout at the president and ask why liberal and secular university lecturers are present at universities," he said.

Since Ahmadinejad's election, the government has been cracking down on some things that had been tolerated or winked at. Women have been detained for appearing in public without adequate covering and satellite dishes confiscated.

Ahmadinejad said that some work has been accomplished by forcing university professors into retirement but more purging is needed.

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