Fresh protests have broken out in parts of the Muslim world about cartoons of the Prophet Mohammad that have appeared in European newspapers. The controversy has raised questions about what limits, if any, can be put on freedom of speech when it comes to religion. – Interview with David Nash, author of the upcoming book Blasphemy In The West and a lecturer at Oxford Brookes University in the United Kingdom.
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