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Post by Seva Lamberdar Sun Jun 12, 2022 8:51 am

If one religion is under the microscope, then other religion under the microscope too.

If you can question and make comments about others' religions, then others can also question and make comments about your religion.

The freedom of religion notwithstanding, the genuine questions, comments and criticism of religion and religious practices, including past abuses, crimes and atrocities committed against others in the name of religion, is not blasphemy and religio-phobia.

For reconciliation especially, it's important for religious leaders (religious representatives and spokespersons etc. now) to show remorse and apologize for past mistakes, misdeeds, crimes and atrocities against others in the name of religion.
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Post by Seva Lamberdar Fri Jun 24, 2022 8:37 am

It is a freedom of religion, locally and globally, to question and criticize a religion (including the religious practices and personalities etc.) after its followers question and criticize your religion (including the religious practices and personalities etc.) according, especially, to their religious proclamations and teachings which promote their own religion as legitimate and "true" religion and its followers as believer ("true" believers), while denigrating your religion as inferior and illegitimate (not "true") and insulting and abusing your religion's followers as infidel and non-believer (thereby, according to them, deserving / requiring religious conversion into "true" religion, voluntarily or through the use of force).
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Post by Seva Lamberdar Sun Jun 26, 2022 7:17 am

The extremism, threat to freedom of religion and religiophobia are in believing, talking and acting according to religious proclamations and teachings which promote their own religion as legitimate and "true" religion and its followers as believer ("true" believers), while denigrating others' religion as inferior and illegitimate (not "true") and insulting and abusing others as infidel and non-believer (thereby, according to such religious proclamations and teachings, deserving / requiring religious conversion into "true" religion, voluntarily or through the use of force).

The extremism, threat to freedom of religion and religiophobia are not in questioning, opposing and resisting the attacks and abuses against your religion (as inferior, illegitimate and not "true") and you (as infidel and non-believer etc., thereby deserving / requiring the religious conversion voluntarily or through the use of force).
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