freedom of religion

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Noun1.freedom of religion - a civil right guaranteed by the First Amendment to the US Constitution
civil right - right or rights belonging to a person by reason of citizenship including especially the fundamental freedoms and privileges guaranteed by the 13th and 14th amendments and subsequent acts of Congress including the right to legal and social and economic equality
law, jurisprudence - the collection of rules imposed by authority; "civilization presupposes respect for the law"; "the great problem for jurisprudence to allow freedom while enforcing order"
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ISLAMABAD, October 25, 2010 (Balochistan Times): British Home Secretary, Theresa May has said that her government opposes any attempts to bring a ban of the niqab and the burqha into legislation adding that such a ban would be an attack on the rights of freedom of speech and freedom of worship She expressed these views during her visit to the Benazir Bhutto Centre for Women where she was given a tour of the centre by the Prime Ministers Adviser on Womens Development, Mrs Yasmeen Rehman, says a handout Speaking to those gathered at the Benazir Bhutto Centre, Theresa May said: I am pleased to have been given the opportunity to visit this centre today.
AaAaAaAa Khalid Naciri said that Morocco is, by the virtue of the Constitution and the law, a land of openness, tolerance and freedom for all faiths, adding that the kingdom does not only guarantee the freedom of worship, but also the building of worship places for Christians and Jews as well as the exercising of their rites in full freedom and in a spirit of respect.
The primary objective of these relations is to defend freedom of worship, sometimes recognized in individual countries through concordats or Church-state agreements.
The Temple Mount Faithful has been among those fighting to regain Jewish control of the holiest site to the Jewish People, calling for freedom of worship for Jews on the Mount, currently barred by the Muslim Wakf.
The PLO official said Palestine is committed to freedom of worship and respect for the role that the three monotheistic religions have on this land, and particularly in the Palestinian capital, Jerusalem.
"The promotion of freedom from fear, freedom of speech, freedom of worship and freedom from want, all remain the cornerstone of the Syrian revolution," said the Coalition's Representative to the EU, Mouaffaq Nyrabia, in a statement.
The statement denounced these Israeli measures describing them as a flagrant violation of international laws and doctrines that stipulate freedom of worship and safe passage to places of worship.
During the month of December, Israeli forces put a ban on the call to prayer 49 times in the The bans were executed on the grounds that the calls to prayer "disturb Jewish settlers." Zeid al Jbari, Director of Endowments I Hebron, denounced these arbitrary measures against sites of worship, describing them as an aggression against monotheistic religions and freedom of worship which is guaranteed by international legislations and laws.
ISLAMABAD, October 25, 2010 (Frontier Star): British Home Secretary, Theresa May has said that her government opposes any attempts to bring a ban of the naqib and the burqha into legislation adding that such a ban would be an attack on the rights of freedom of speech and freedom of worship She expressed these views during her visit to the Benazir Bhutto Centre for Women where she was given a tour of the centre by the Prime Minister's Adviser on Women's Development, Mrs Yasmeen Rehman, says a handout Speaking to those gathered at the Benazir Bhutto Centre, Theresa May said: "I am pleased to have been given the opportunity to visit this centre today.
AaAaAa The Catholic Archbishop of Rabat extended thanks to Morocco for the "freedom of worship prevailing in the Kingdom," noting that in Morocco, "churches are open to foreign Christians where they can exercise their creed with no let or hindrance."Aa AaAaAa In a statement, the Archbishop of Rabat and the president of the Christian church in Morocco, Pasteur Jena Luc Blanc, stressed that "they have always been able to exercise their responsibility as part of the freedom of worship recognised for foreign Christians." AaAaAa They added that this responsibility lies in "helping our Christian brothers to meet their Muslim brothers, to learn to make their acquaintance and respect them."
style parochial school model, Catholic catecheses will survive; but it would be a serious error to see our system's demise as anything less than a threat to freedom of worship.