An Introduction to Key Debates between Islamic Law and International Human Rights Law
Chapter 9: Freedom of expression
In recent years there have been several clashes over the extent to which free speech can be used to publically discuss, criticise or mock another religions tradition. This chapter explores the issue of freedom of expression in Islam and under international law and considers when free speech should be curtailed to protect the rights of others. As a case study, it focuses on the Danish cartoon controversy.
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