In 2016, emergency laws restricted religious freedoms of Muslims more than other groups

2018-11-16T15:06:26+00:00 November 16th, 2018|Prevent in the News|

Emergency laws entail the temporary suspension of normal judicial procedures and constitutional rights, typically in response to a national security threat. Depending on the circumstances, initial decrees can evolve into extended “states of emergency,” permitting governments to dramatically alter the protections normally extended to individuals and groups, including those defined by religion.

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