Six months after the Danish newspaper Jyllands-Posten printed twelve cartoons of Muhammad in 2005, orchestrated Islamic outrage led to over a hundred people being killed and Danish embassies attacked in Syria, Lebanon and Iran. The proposed Irish blasphemy law uses religious outrage as one of the triggers for determining whether material is ...
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