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It is very important that the Japan government and people protect freedom of expression and the so called "Right to Offend".

In a modern civilized world, people who take offense have the right to choose to avoid whatever it is that offends them.

Back in India, Muslims prevented Salman Rushdie from appearing even via video conference at the Jaipur Literary Festival.


Even in one of the most developed states in India, Muslim religious leaders asked for reduction in the legal age of marriage of girls, which was fortunately rejected by a moderate progressive Muslim forum, and also the state government.


Japan can only do well if tightly controlling Muslim immigration and doing strict background checks when issuing temporary visas - otherwise an increase in the % of the resident Muslim population may lead to serious issues (like described in the link below).


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