Putin Speech on insulting prophet Mohammed s.a.w


insulting the feelings of believers in freedom of creativity.
Putin asked, during a major annual press conference held today, Thursday, in response to a question about the line between insulting someone’s feelings and “the artist’s right to express,” he wondered whether there was any relationship between downloading a picture of Nazi leader Adolf Hitler to a website. The Immortal Regiment is dedicated to WWII veterans and freedom of creativity.
"Let's think about this aspect of the issue. We must provide freedom in general, because a sad and boring future awaits us without it, but we must realize that this freedom contradicts our goals when it tampers with someone else's freedom," the Russian president said.
And he asked, "Does insulting the Prophet Muhammad represent freedom of creativity? I don't think so. Such matters call for other, more extreme phenomena."
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