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see Constitution of the United StatesConstitution of the United States,
document embodying the fundamental principles upon which the American republic is conducted. Drawn up at the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia in 1787, the Constitution was signed on Sept.
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For Haki Africa, we call on the international community to recognise the importance of freedom of religion and belief by setting a day in the calendar to mark international day of religion and belief.
Visits to a Catholic church, synagogue and mosque enabled participants to observe how representatives of different confessions enjoy their right of the freedom of religion and belief in Belgium.
(39.) Kevin Boyle and Juliet Sheen, Freedom of Religion and Belief: A World Report (London: Routledge, 1997), 180-81.
Despite its name, the Religious Freedom Amendment is the greatest current threat to freedom of religion and belief in the United States.
The right to freedom of religion and belief cannot be seen in isolation, Professor Boyle concluded.
Slovakia's record on freedom of religion and belief falls seriously short of international human rights standards.
Freedom of religion and belief" requires states to show equal respect for all beliefs - whether religious or nonreligious, theistic or non-theistic.
Those were among the points made by a panel of experts on the topic of freedom of religion and belief at a two-hour symposium held at the Baha'i International Community offices in New York on 25 October 2005.

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