They should stick to what they are supposed to do: sit in a mosque, lead people in prayer, and give advice only when asked for one. There is no room for religion in politics and public life. Clerics don't have any right to order the lives of ordinary citizens without their consent. You are practicing religion and all its tenets? Good for you. Keep it private. Don't force it on others. I really admire ordinary Iranians. Having to suffer these musty, old men ordering them around must be very demanding. As a Muslim, I couldn't do it.
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