security before laicite. for the good of all citizens including those who identify as Muslims. "..............security before laicite ...."
I don't know I am not sure ..
you can extend that " SECURITY IS MORE IMPORTANT THAN LAICITE
..CURB FREEDOM OF EXPRESSION.... CURB FREEDOM TO PRAY ....... CURB FREEDOM TO FOLLOW ANY FAITH THAT PEOPLE WANT to to....... in support of Caliphs.. Kings.. Dictators.. totalitarian communist systems ... dick heads ...... DICKTRAITORS and what not dear crumble ..
I am not sure you can access this article that is published in Journal
Islam and Christian–Muslim Relations Volume 27, 2016 - Issue 1: Blasphemy
but here is abstract to read..
Freedom of Expression, Laïcité and Islam in France: The Tension between Two Different (Universal) Perspectives
by Francesco Alicino Faculty of Law, Università LUM Jean Monnet, Bari, Italy
In France, freedom of expression is perceived as a sort of liberté matricielle, a matrix of other fundamental freedoms. As such, it is reflected in many constitutional provisions, including those referring to religion. In addition, the practical exercise of freedom of expression remains strictly linked with the principle of laïcité, which is part of the institutional, legal and intellectual history of the French Republic and has even become the basis of its founding “values.”
All this, however, also implies an accentuation of individual freedom of expression, which normally takes precedence over the protection of religions, sometimes justifying caricature of divinities, rules, rites and symbols.
The legal cases related to the right to satirical expression are examples of this. The article underlines the role of freedom of expression in the light of the principle of laïcité, which normally rejects the communitarian dimension of religious rights, which may explain some important aspects of, on the one hand, the evolution of legislation regarding both hate speech and blasphemy within French liberal constitutionalism and, on the other, the relationship between freedom of expression and the secular state.
This approach offers a possibility of better evaluating existing French law in relation to some religious nomoi groups, specifically, Islamic organizations. These issues are particularly analysed from two perspectives: the right to criticize or challenge religions and the right to satirize. This analysis makes it possible to identify the legal limits of freedom of expression before and after the 2015 Charlie Hebdo tragedy and highlights the difficulties faced by the so-called laïcité à la française in dealing with today's multicultural societies. The need emerges for a proper balance to be struck between religious diversity and protection of human rights – not only the rights of groups to be different, but also the rights of persons within these groups, which also involves the efforts of religious denominations to articulate their claims in order to make them more compatible with constitutional rights, including those referring to freedom of expression.
please read that article if you could get access ..
what you suggest may be a quick fix solution for a constant problem in the society but the problem continues ... well time will tell ., Question is would it solve IF WHOLE WORLD BECOMES ISLAMIC?? WOULD IT SOLVE THE PROBLEMS OF CITIZENS OF THIS LITTLE GLOBE?? such as my good friend past fast bowler Imran Khan's Madina ki riyasat? https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NqN-d_62qEc
..........answer is no......... That Jobless guy knows "HOW TO COLLECT MONEY"