Importance Of Religious Tension

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Being religious is a choice; it is a lifestyle. In a way, being religious is also having freedom. You have the freedom to pray to whoever you want, worship and be a part of any religion. Religion is freedom and everybody is entitled to their own beliefs. Today, we have many different cultures, societies and religions spreading around the world. However, there are still certain issues especially regarding religion and it seems to be getting out of hand. One religion is against another, which causes external wars between countries or even internal wars amongst themselves. Therefore, religious tension should not be an issue to every country as it violates one’s fundamental liberty of practising any religion or belief, all religion asserts equality, peace and other good deeds and religious tension can leads to destruction.
First and foremost, religious tension should not be an issue to every country because each
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The Human Rights Committee states religion as theistic, non-theistic belief, as well as the right not to profess any religion or belief. The United Nation recognized the importance of freedom of religion or belief in the 1948 Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Based on Article 18, it states that everyone shall have the right to freedom of thoughts, conscience and religion and this shall include freedom to have religion or whatever belief on his or her choice. Issues regarding Muslims not being allowed to enter into certain shops due to the fact that they are wearing hijab, churches should be demolished because they somehow “offend” other religions and faiths seem absurd and highly problematic. Every country in this world should tolerate with all religions. Each country should not make religion as a reason for citizens or tourists to abstain themselves from their obligations and practices in their

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