Ph.d. studerende Malthe Hilal-Harvald publicerer på Volkerrechtsblog – Københavns Universitet

25. januar 2019

Ph.d. studerende Malthe Hilal-Harvald publicerer på Volkerrechtsblog

Photo: Hubertl, Wikimedia Commons CC-BY-SA 4.0Blogindlægget analyserer den nye dom om blasfemi i Østrig og den efterfølgende dom fra EMD.

Fra blogindlægget
On 25 October 2018, the European Court of Human Rights (ECtHR) handed down its decision in the case of E.S. v. Austria. The case had begun in the fall 2009 when the anonymized applicant E.S., who is a member of the far-right Austrian Freedom Party (FPÖ), gave two seminars about Islam. On this occasion she claimed that Muhammad, the most important prophet of Islam, was not a perfect human because he “liked to do it with children” and that his marriage to the six years old Aisha amounted to pedophilia. Present at one of the seminars was an undercover journalist, whose publisher subsequently reported E.S. to the police.

Du kan læse Hilal-Harvalds blogindlæg på Völkerrechtsblog her

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