French teenager’s rant confirms ‘right to blaspheme’

“Blasphemy is not a crime” in France, President Macron has insisted, after a teenager’s online anti-Islam rant provoked outrage.

The 16-year-old-girl, known only by her first name Mila (pictured below), criticised Islam in a live broadcast on social media after, she claimed, she was verbally abused by a “Muslim commentator” over her sexuality.

Her comments prompted death threats ...

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