Pope Francis On Charlie Hebdo: “You Cannot Insult The Faith Of Others”

At The Washington Post, Abby Ohlheiser reports, “A week after the massacre at the headquarters of a French publication known for insulting adherents of several faiths, Pope Francis told reporters that freedom of expression has its limits when it comes to insulting religion.” His remarks came after his condemnation of fundamentalist religion as the source of motivation for the Paris attacks. “One cannot offend, make war, kill in the name of one’s own religion,” the pope said. “To kill in the name of God is an aberration.”

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