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Paris March for Freedom of Speech

phiLockeraptor
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1/11/2015 11:07:18 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
After the satirical newspaper posted the most offensive image to Muslims possible (a picture of the prophet), multiple staff members were shot in a terrorist attack.

Following the attack, millions in France marched for freedom of speech to the tune of 40 world leaders.

What do you guys think? If the newspaper had been mocking Jesus, would they still be going on about "Freedom of speech"?

Link here: http://www.nbcnews.com...
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Jonnykelly
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1/16/2015 1:19:55 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
Forty strong and courageous leaders came to show their support for freedom, and protection from tyranny.

But guess who wasn't there.

Go ahead Guess.

Yep.

Obama.
The-Voice-of-Truth
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1/16/2015 1:26:37 PM
Posted: 2 years ago
At 1/16/2015 1:19:55 PM, Jonnykelly wrote:
Forty strong and courageous leaders came to show their support for freedom, and protection from tyranny.

But guess who wasn't there.

Go ahead Guess.

Yep.

Obama.

Not surprising.
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Fredemanze
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1/27/2015 2:19:20 AM
Posted: 1 year ago
If Jesus was pictured in the magazine, then nobody would have died, but when it is Mohammad some extremist Muslim unalive people (I am not saying it is happening all the time). It is a rather stupid way to express their opinions, because almost everybody western or not Muslim, will take it like an offence to the freedom of speech and at the end of the day, you have only made your course harder to fight for.
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