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a civil right guaranteed by the First Amendment to the US Constitution

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ANHRI explained that the move to set up the hotline comes as part of the network's efforts to "support freedom of opinion, expression, and creativity, and the inherent rights of the citizens related to these freedoms.
A statement by Hizbullah said the party expressed its solidarity with the publication and considered the hacking of its website "an attack on freedom of opinion and expression," and called on the government to take measures to prevent such cyberattacks from recurring Al-Akhbar has published leaked US diplomatic cables connected to a number of Arab countries, and has speculated that individuals in Israel or Arab countries might be behind the attacks.
TUNIS(TAP) - Interim Prime Minister Ali Larayedh conferred on Tuesday with UNSpecial Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expressionFrank La Rue.
The Arab Network for Human Rights Information (ANHRI) described in a statement the incident as "a new setback for freedom of opinion and expression, [adding to the] the record of the military council that pursues the same policies of the former regime in restricting media freedoms.
In a television interview Friday, Mitri said he held freedom of opinion sacrosanct, but complained that media outlets were failing to draw a line between opinion and analysis.
Talking to Private news channel, he said We believe in freedom of opinion instead of resorting to victimization.
Cairo, Feb15(BNA)Egypt has today strongly condemned the two terror attacks which targeted a cultural centre, hosting a forum on Islam and freedom of opinion, and a synagogue in Copenhagen, Denmark.
The Public Prosecution is keen to ensure the right for everyone to exercise freedom of opinion and expression as long as they don't attack others' honour and reputation, he
PCHR stressed in a press release Wednesday that this measure constitutes a violation of the right to freedom of opinion and expression and academic freedoms which are ensured under the Palestinian Basic Law and international human rights standards.
He then focused on "the difference between freedom of expression and freedom of opinion," stressing the attempts by some to enjoy the absence of censorship to destabilize the situation and tamper with civil peace, giving an example of certain television programs.
This came in a press statement issued by the Cairo-based federation on the occasion, which added that journalistic organizations accross all Arab countries are in dire need of solidarity and unity within the framework of the Federation to overcome basic and huge obstacles basic hampering access to the maximum possible degree of freedom of opinion and expression.
TUNIS (TAP) - National Constituent Assembly Speaker Mustapha Ben Jaafar conferred, on Saturday, with UN Special Rapporteur on the Promotion and Protection of the Right to Freedom of Opinion and Expression Frank William La Rue.
The Working Group concludes that Amer's deprivation of liberty constitutes arbitrary detention because the blogger was "condemned for his online criticism and for the exercise of his right to freedom of opinion and expression.
He affirmed that freedom of opinion and expression, characterized by responsibility and respect for the law, is among the gains achieved under the royal reforms.
Mr Jihad Harb (Trainer) spoke about human rights and freedom of opinion and expression in the local and international conventions, and touched on the articles that ensure citizens right to freedom of opinion and expression, both in the Palestinian Basic law and in the Press and Publication Law, in addition Harb spoke about the restrictions set by the law on this right and compared the extent of local laws being in line with international standards.
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