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    freedom of expression breeds hatred

    #2
    yeh!
    ( huh????)

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      #3
      It really depends on how you define "freedom of expression". In the US I think they often say that you have the freedom to express yourself up to a point and they often give the example of yelling "fire" in a crowded theatre. The KKK and other hate groups are in that gray area, where it really isn't clear, but their hate literature is akin to yelling "fire" in that crowded theatre. The same goes for pornography. As long as you can place some limits on the freedom (if that makes any sense) you can avoid the spread of hatred. Thats a really tough challenge though, especially for Muslim countries where divergent views complicate the situation.

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        #4
        Freedom of expression makes sense as long as one does not violate rights of another person. And if one does not violate rights of another person, theoratically there should be no reason for hatred. One may or may not like the topic being expressed, but why should there be any hatred for the person expressing that topic?

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