The farce of free speech


Double standards over the limits of public expression are factors fuelling the angst and anger among Muslims.

PARIS had never seen such a massive rally since the Allies freed the city from the Nazis on Aug 25, 1944.

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Opinion , M. Veera Pandiyan , columnist

   

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