RELIGIONS AND FREEDOM OF SPEECH
In religious field I would make a distinction between freedom of speech and freedom of insulting. The former has content indeed, while the latter has no content. You can express freely what you think and believe it is right but you should not offend the religious feelings of people who practice their religion, by casting insults to their prophet or to their god or gods.
Personally, I follow the paradigm given by Alexander the Great who worshipped all the divinities whom he came across along his way of conquest.
Ettore Grillo author of The Vibrations of Words