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In the rabbinic Judaism that governed these communities, athletic martyrdom was not an ideal for early modern Jews, nor was freedom of religious expression. Bodian concludes the book by suggesting that the many unsung and "lonely truth-seekers" who abounded in late sixteenth- and seventeenth-century Europe were a crucial element in advancing the cause of religious toleration.
To what extent can religious liberty, particularly freedom of religious expression, be extended in a secular state with a majority Muslim population?
The current statement, presented in February to the fourth National Interfaith forum in Hamilton, reinforces the existing legal and policy framework that guarantees equal treatment of all faiths before the state, the right to safety for religious individuals and communities, freedom of religious expression, the right to recognition and reasonable accommodation for religious groups, and the promotion of understanding in education.
Is she not aware that not only do we have freedom of speech in this country but also the freedom of religious expression (under the human rights act) which is exactly what the protesters were doing?
A good model is the White House publication Guidelines on Freedom of Religious Expression in the Federal Workplace.
This article contributes to the literature by measuring and discussing the impact of religious freedom--a basic civil right that includes freedom to worship, freedom from religious persecution, freedom of religious press, freedom of religious expression, and freedom of religious organization and affiliation.
At times, freedom of religious expression seems to conflict with social interests such as the historic battles over conscientious objection and the draft or the use of peyote, a controlled substance, in Native American worship and whether Mormons might practice polygamy.
Two senior judges rejected arguments that the decision to convict the late Harry John Hammond, a 'sincere' 69-year-old evangelical Christian, for displaying the sign unlawfully interfered with his freedom of religious expression and infringed human rights.
The southern region gained some control over its economy and educational system as well as freedom of religious expression. Those measures led to a decade of relative calm and considerable socio-economic development.
Rosen insightfully links the crumbling of the wall between church and state to the rise of cultural diversity: "In an era when religious identity now competes with race, sex and ethnicity as a central aspect of how Americans define themselves, it seems like discrimination--the only unforgivable sin in a multicultural age--to forbid people to express their religious beliefs in an increasingly fractured public sphere." As Rosen concludes, the resulting expansion of freedom of religious expression may well be a healthy development for public life.
Three families had challenged the city's policy, arguing that it unconstitutionally violated their freedom of religious expression. According to The New York Times, two families sued to overturn the city's policy, while a third plaintiff sued over the city's refusal to grant her the religious exemption she sought.

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