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In the United States, blasphemy is really not a crime even if it severely offends certain people and tends to cause them to want to riot and kill the person who offends them. Most Americans who are familiar with the law and the U.S. Constitution strongly support this policy and think it is obviously right. Not every country interprets its freedom of speech ...


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Because law is not independent of politics - particularly in Indonesia.


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From http://www.anklagemyndigheden.dk/nyheder/Sider/tiltalt-for-afbraending-af-koranen.aspx (from what I understand through Google translate, it is the official government website of the public prosecution, see: http://www.anklagemyndigheden.dk/Sider/vores-organisation.aspx ) The prosecution said: Det er anklagemyndighedens opfattelse, at ...


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From Wikipedia: As of 2012, 33 countries had some form of anti-blasphemy laws in their legal code. Of these, 20 were Muslim-majority nations – Afghanistan, Algeria, Bahrain, Egypt, Indonesia, Iran, Jordan, Kuwait, Malaysia, the Maldives, Morocco, Oman, Pakistan, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, Somalia, Sudan, Turkey, the UAE and the Western Sahara. The other twelve ...


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