Questions

Which countries don’t have any laws on blasphemy?

The International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights (ICCPR) prohibits any form of discrimination based on religion.The US, for example, is not a party to the treaty.The ICCPR does not define blasphemy as a crime.However, the law of several African countries criminalises insulting the Prophet Muhammad.These laws, often enforced through physical intimidation, are known as