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Al-Ahram Weekly - Lectures
2/6/2024 6:22:09 PM

World - Region
7/31/2023 12:12:57 PM
Swedish police have granted a permit for a protest outside parliament on Monday in which the organisers plan to burn the Koran, according to local media.

World - International
7/12/2023 2:24:14 PM
The UN Human Rights Council voted Wednesday to condemn recent Koran burning incidents, but many countries declined to back the measure, fearing it encroached too much on free speech.

World - International
7/11/2023 11:12:13 PM
The UN Human Rights Council is heading towards a divisive vote on Wednesday on religious hatred following recent Koran burnings, with some Western nations reluctantly feeling the draft resolution encroaches too far on free speech.

World - International
7/6/2023 8:40:30 PM
A Quran burning and a string of requests to approve protests involving the destruction of more holy books have left Sweden torn between its commitment to free speech and its respect for religious minorities.

World - Region
4/20/2023 11:28:00 PM
In crisis-hit Lebanon, lawyers have been increasingly alarmed by a recent ban from their union on media appearances not authorized by the syndicate, saying it amounts to political interference. Lawyers and human rights activists say the ban also violates laws on free speech and muzzles their accountability work.

World - International
4/14/2022 4:36:11 PM
Tesla CEO Elon Musk is offering to buy Twitter, saying the social media platform he has criticized for not living up to free speech principles needs to be transformed into a private company.

World - International
2/5/2022 7:15:40 PM
Philip Anderson is no fan of online content moderation. His conservative posts have gotten him kicked off Facebook, Twitter and YouTube. Two years ago, Anderson organized a ‘free speech’ protest against the big tech companies. A counterprotester knocked his teeth out.

World - International
2/19/2021 1:53:15 PM
Angry demonstrations first erupted on Tuesday night after police detained Pablo Hasel, 32, who was holed up in a university in Catalonia to avoid going to jail in a case which has raised concerns about free speech

Books - News
4/1/2018 6:28:05 PM
The booksellers' move is the latest flare-up in a wider legal and political dispute over freedom of expression that has been rumbling in Spain in recent months

Arts & Culture - Stage & Street
5/11/2016 1:03:30 PM

World - Region
4/12/2016 4:27:53 PM

World - Region
11/10/2015 11:00:24 AM

World - Region
10/13/2015 3:28:08 PM

Egypt - Politics
10/7/2015 10:16:03 AM

World - Region
8/31/2015 10:11:24 PM

World - International
4/16/2015 8:50:19 PM

World - Region
4/15/2015 7:13:12 PM

World - International
1/25/2015 4:15:55 PM

Egypt - Politics
1/19/2015 4:12:04 PM
British Prime Minister David Cameron said that in a free society one cannot 'wreak vengeance' on those who say offensive things about religion

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