Religious freedom should not emphasize, nor disregard, it should be equally applied to all citizens and residents of a diplomatic and liberal countries. When the country welcomes a new citizen into their community, the first noun they affiliate a new citizen with is “free”. As I was receiving my American passport, I was pronounced a free person, and I was given the right to express myself freely through speech, religious actions and beliefs. However, the religious freedom of expression through c...
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