Talk:Blasphemy law in Iran

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The reference http://www.mesbahyazdi.org/lib/instruct/index.htm shows:

  • In the Muslim world, philosophy has always been more than a method and set of topics with a history; it has always demanded the acceptance of specific doctrines which have been considered by some to be inconsistent with Islam. The philosophers of Islam, like the sufis and the Shī‘ah (and important thinkers often claimed allegiance to all three of these forms of esotericism), proposed non-literal interpretations of various verses of the Qur’ān and narrations attributed to the Prophet and his folk (PBUH). The reaction from the literal minded is predictable: charges of heresy, deviation and infidelity.

In fact it criticises laymans of charging others for heresy. Farhoudk 11:21, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

Is International Holocaust Cartoon Competition against Freedom of Expression? Farhoudk 11:29, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

Would you point out to an Article of Iranian constitution (or from other Iranian laws)showing a form of blasphemy law. I added an official reference for Article 24 to help. Farhoudk 11:38, 23 January 2007 (UTC)

The Majles and Iranian judiciary Websites are highly primitive. The laws are not published in English. As of today, most of the links on the Majles Website don't even function. However, blasphemy is against Islam & the constitution of Iran doesn't supplant sharia. Article 167 [Rule of Law for Judiciary] reads in part,

The judge is bound to endeavor to judge each case on the basis of the codified law. In case of the absence of any such law, he has to deliver his judgement on the basis of authoritative Islamic sources and authentic fatwa.

See also Article 4 [Islamic Principle].--Patchouli 06:38, 26 January 2007 (UTC)

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Several of the important references here are still dead links. Please update them to current locations, archived sources, or remove them and add 'citation needed' --RProgrammer (talk) 23:28, 4 December 2016 (UTC)

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