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Liberty of religious conviction is defined as the liberty of an individual not to be obliged to accept a religion in which he does not believe or to deny a religion he has made his own.Foblets, Marie-Claire, and Baudouin Dupret. "Contrasted identity claims before Egyptian and Belgian courts." Legal Pluralism in the Arab World (1999): 57-71.

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