On the other hand, freedom comes with responsibilities and therefore one is not completely free in his actions. In other words, one’s freedom cannot override other’s rights. For instance, a Muslim cannot act in a way to hurt another person or damage his honor and self-respect. Along the same line of thought, an idolater or atheist cannot also act in any way against another’s dignity, self-respect or chastity. Thus, nobody can interfere with another’s rights. The important thing is for people not to harm one another, not to insult or physically attack one another. Otherwise, they should be as free as the birds of the air and enjoy their right to express themselves and behave. As long as people do not act violently or interfere with other’s freedom, there should be unlimited freedom.Sinem Tezyapar
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