Freedom of thought, conscience and religion1 is closely related to freedom of expression2 and freedom of association3 and its fundamental nature has been expressed in terms of being part of the humanity of every individual4. One of the significant features of the individual's right to freedom of religion and belief is that it allows for a plurality of beliefs in society and is therefore important to the proper functioning of democracy
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