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The complexity of free speech, the culture war inside the Church, and the chaos in Syria
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The complexity of free speech: The opening of a Bollywood movie has caused an uproar in India because of religious and caste tensions. Critics worry that this symbolizes the deterioration of freedom of speech in India. And in Egypt, where free speech is not a guarantee under the regime of President Abdel Fattah El-Sisi, an online group is hoping to use a digital to keep the spirit of the Egyptian Revolution alive.

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