A provision allegedly introduced to cut foreign funding to Islamic radical groups may in fact severely limit the activities of hundreds of different religious movements
The controversial project was introduced as a tool to contain Islamic radicalism but in fact threatens religious liberty in general.
In parts of Germany, to work for the government and for several private companies, or even play violin in an orchestra or obtain a bonus for buying an e-bike, you should declare you are not associated with a certain religion.
Where exactly lies the limit between free speech and hate speech that offends members of a religion? Many discuss Charlie Hebdo—but it is not the only case. The Boys is another pop culture example.
A resolution targeted in particular Algerian Ordinance 06-03, which clearly discriminated against non-Muslim groups
A new law, based on the myth that Muslims are waging a “love jihad,” may also affect Christians and members of other minorities.