By Mehka

NBC News

NBC News

While visiting the Phillipines, Pope Francis spoke about the tragic killing of 12 people, including 4 editors of the French satirical newspaper, Charlie Hedbo.

He defended freedom of speech, but insisted that you cannot kill over religion.

Per NBC News:

Pope Francis suggested there are limits to freedom of expression, saying in response to the Charlie Hebdo terror attack that “one cannot make fun of faith” and that anyone who throws insults can expect a “punch.”

The pontiff said that both freedom of faith and freedom of speech were fundamental human rights and that “every religion has its dignity.”

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Via:: Notes From the Underground

      

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