The protection of religious sensitivities may result in a legitimate interference with free expression1 as freedom of religion is protected2 under the European Convention on Human Rights3. Accepting that there is no uniform conception of the significance of religion, the European Court of Human Rights affords states a wide margin of appreciation to assess the existence and extent of the necessity of an interference intended to prevent offence to the religious beliefs of others
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