Americans prize religion freedom for Christians, less for Muslims

As a demonstrator waves during the “Freedom of Speech Rally Round II” across from the Islamic Community Center in Phoenix on May 29, Christian counterprotesters carried “Love Thy Neighbor” signs. REUTERS/Nancy Wiechec

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Eight in 10 Americans say it’s very or extremely important for people like themselves to be allowed to practice their religion freely. But support for religious freedom plummeted when people were asked about other traditions,  a new survey revealed.

Read it at Religion News Service.


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