The European Court of Human Rights allows states a margin of appreciation in matters relating to Article 9 rights1, which is particularly important in view of the divergent approaches2 across member states to religion and the state3. In the context of freedom of expression4 and attacks on religious belief, the margin will depend in particular on the nature of the expression in question and the justification for the restriction
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