Many Iranians, including more moderate conservatives, see Khatami as the last, best chance for a religious system that faces grave dangers if it is not reformed. Analysts say secularization is a social movement that could explode if democracy is thwarted. Even some reformist clerics are calling for a separation of mosque and state – a step Khatami does not support.
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