Blasphemia

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Blasphemia est actus contemptus vel contemeliosus ostendi vel inops reverentiae ad deum, deum islamicum vel hominem religionem vel sanctum vel rem sanctam vel erga ad res habente sacra vel inviolabile. [1][2][3][4]

Nonnulae religiones blasphemiam habent crimen religionem esse. [5]Anno 2012, leges contra blasphemiam existebant in 32 civitatibus, interea, leges sermonis odiosi qui obtrectationem religionis comprehendebant vel manus religionis. Leges contra blasphemiam sunt in particula civitatibus theocratia vel qui religiones publicas proclamant quibus pars maioris sunt musulmani sicut in Foedu Arabico, Oriente Medio et Africa Septemtrionale. Etiam sunt in nonnulis civitatibus Asiae Europaque.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Miriam Díez Bosch and Jordi Sànchez Torrents (2015). On blasphemy. Barcelona: Blanquerna Observatory on Media, Religion and Culture. ISBN 978-84-941193-3-0 
  2. "Blasphemy". Random House Dictionary 
  3. Blasphemy Merriam Webster (July 2013); 1. great disrespect shown to God or to something holy
    2. irreverence toward something considered sacred or inviolable
  4. Blasphemies, in Webster's New World College Dictionary, 4th Ed,
    1. profane or contemptuous speech, writing, or action concerning God or anything held as divine.
    2. any remark or action held to be irreverent or disrespectful
  5. Blasphemy Divide: Insults to Religion Remain a Capital Crime in Muslim Lands The Wall Street Journal (January 8, 2015)