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Postby Couray » Fri Mar 06, 2020 4:48 pm

Blasphemy is illegal nationally and punishable by fixed-term imprisonment or corporal punishment.

However, there's a bit of nuance to this: Couray is an extremely multiethnic and religiously diverse country, and it is only expected that you have any religion. As such, it is illegal to proselytize for atheist or anti-religious thought. One can be arrested for up to ten years with no visitation for this.
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Corporate Police State

Postby Thaltopia » Fri Mar 06, 2020 7:34 pm

Blasphemy is illegal nationally and punishable by death
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Postby VoVoDoCo » Fri Mar 06, 2020 8:05 pm

There are no blasphemy laws here.
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Victorious Decepticons
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Postby Victorious Decepticons » Fri Mar 06, 2020 9:14 pm

Blaspheming against Divine Leader Megatron is definitely banned, and will get you the penalty normally associated with insulting our Great Leader in any way: Death.

Doing it against some other god has no penalty besides whatever that god is able to levy by his own direct power. Similar to the burning of flags that are not ours, we do not regulate that at all.
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Postby Todlichebujoku » Fri Mar 06, 2020 9:26 pm

Blasphemy is punishable by the gods themselves. The National Maailmainuskon Temple of Tödlichebujoku does not itself punish or sentence for blasphemy, nor does the secular state, leaving the action to be the domain of the upper pantheon of gods. Punishment varies by god and severity of offense, ranging from curses of minor annoyance to death.
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Samudera Darussalam
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Postby Samudera Darussalam » Fri Mar 06, 2020 9:42 pm

A national blasphemy laws is unheard of in the Crowned Federation, though in practice an act of blasphemy that is done with clear malicious intention to provoke massive disorders may cause the perpetrator(s) to be punished under the Social Order Act; having to pay financial penalty with amounts vary. However, this is not usually enforced, and due to its history of abuse by several groups in the past it has been criticized by civil rights advocates and is undergoing debate in the parliament.
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National Yorkshire
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Postby National Yorkshire » Sat Mar 07, 2020 3:51 am


Independent Yorkshire in the year 2050.

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Postby Mordka » Sun Mar 08, 2020 12:00 am

In Mordka blasphemers are publicly executed.

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Postby Panslav » Sun Mar 08, 2020 2:12 am

Religion itself is condemed, and as such, there are no blasphemy laws.
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Postby Caligolus » Sun Mar 08, 2020 3:52 am

Blasphemy is illegal nationally and punishable by death:

Charges of blasphemy fall under the jurisdiction of the Holy Inquisition, and it is punishable by indefinite detention at an inquisitorial black site, corporal punishment, forced labor, and execution. Inquisitors are trained to view blasphemers, heretics, and infidels not as citizens, or even criminals, but as enemies of the state. No possible use of force against them is forbidden for any reason.
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National Yorkshire
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Postby National Yorkshire » Sun Mar 08, 2020 5:54 am


Independent Yorkshire in the year 2050.

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Postby Danavaria » Sun Mar 08, 2020 6:35 am

Danavaria has had no blasphemy laws on the federal level since 1965. However, the state of Eriksey retained its own traditional law against blasphemy until the late 1980s, when it was overturned by a Supreme Court ruling that judged it to be unconstitutional.

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New Lunenburg
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Postby New Lunenburg » Sun Mar 08, 2020 10:42 am

National Yorkshire wrote:
New Lunenburg wrote:As a former British colony, New Lunenburg inherited a legal system in which blasphemy was long held to be an offence against common law. The offence of blasphemous libel is still in force, though convictions are extremely rare.

Ooc: what is the maximum penalty for blasphemy according to law?

Imprisonment; one year.
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An Islamic World
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Postby An Islamic World » Sun Mar 08, 2020 10:58 am

Blasphemy against Islam is punishable by public beheading.

We do not care about blasphemy of other false religions.
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National Yorkshire
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Postby National Yorkshire » Sun Mar 08, 2020 12:14 pm


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Alpes a Septentrionali Imperium
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Postby Alpes a Septentrionali Imperium » Sun Mar 08, 2020 4:49 pm

Blasphemy is considered a serious crime in the Imperium and as such is punishable by death, though nowadays the only sacrilege of artifacts and items, as well as heresy are only punished by death frequently today. But now for most other forms of blasphemy, it is more likely that you'd be imprisoned for a long sentence instead of executed.
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Left-wing Utopia

Postby Lamenia » Sun Mar 08, 2020 4:53 pm

No Laws.

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Inoffensive Centrist Democracy

Postby Barfleur » Sun Mar 08, 2020 5:44 pm

Blasphemy itself is legal, provided one does not call for violence against religious people or commit vandalism against religious artifacts. In that case, the accused will be prosecuted for inciting violent acts or vandalism.
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Postby UniversalCommons » Sun Mar 08, 2020 6:42 pm

There are no blasphemy laws. There are laws against religious discrimation though.

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All Spain
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Postby All Spain » Sun Mar 08, 2020 8:10 pm

Blasphemy Laws:

According to the Treaty of National Religious Recognition: The Hispanic Catholic Church (recognized as a "historic institution") has the right to punish in non-physical ways people who openly make blasphemy, as long as they are confirmed members inside the church and didn't choose to leave it.

Speaking against the Hispanic Catholic Church and depicting blasphemous art of any of its figures is figured on the Ley Orgánica contra el Odio., same law that also condemns hate speech and hate demonstrations against LGBTQ+ people, people of other races and nations. However, only Christianity, native traditions and Eastern Asian religions are protected. Condemning blasphemy against the Jewish faith is up to the municipality to decide, and blasphemy against Islam is not punishable in any way.

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Postby Ultimate Destructive Fighting Nation » Sun Mar 08, 2020 8:25 pm

[quote="National Yorkshire";p="36790728"]The government of Yorkshire has created an index to survey global laws an attitudes towards blasphemy. Simply identify your nation as one of the following, and add some extra information if you wish to do so.

No blasphemy laws:
A Cornstar
Allarian Lemmek
Apiary One (de-jure)
Civitas Libertad
Confederate American SU
Estainia (de-facto)
Flux Empire/Sefionto-Redu/Sefeiunto-Redu
Kihodova Hopi
Kremlinian Russia
New Britannian State/Britannia Maior
Samudera Darussalam
The Free Imperial City of Aachen
The Rapture Republic

Certain Provinces/States/Regions etc have blasphemy laws, but there are no national restrictions:
Mirial Magna
The Biblical Republic
The Union of British North America

Blasphemy is illegal nationally punishable by a fine:
Tarvelia (maximum/minimum amount of fine unknown/ambiguous)
Valentine Z (maximum/minimum amount of fine unknown/ambiguous)

Blasphemy is illegal nationally and punishable by fixed-term imprisonment or corporal punishment:
Albennia. Punishable by up to 5 years imprisonment.
Couray. Punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment.
England of the Jacobites. Punishable by an unlimited fine, a flogging or up to 14 years imprisonment.
Lubiar. Punishable by fixed-term imprisonment.
New Lunenburg. Punishable by up to 1 years imprisonment.
Saranidia. Punishable by a mandatory education class in the community and/or up to 7 years imprisonment and/or up to an unlimited fine.
Sharifistan. Punishable by being put in the stocks if male or lead around the streets to jeering crowds if female.
Spiritual Republic of Caryton. Punishable by up to 6 years imprisonment, fines, excommunication, state-sponsored ostracisation and discrimination, and up to life probation.
State of Turelisa. Punishable by up to 1 years imprisonment and/or a fine.
Suldoz. Punishable by up to 10 years imprisonment.
Terabithya. Punishable by fines or up to several years imprisonment.

Blasphemy is illegal nationally and punishable by life imprisonment:
Theocratic Britannia. Life imprisonment optional, flogging or fixed-term imprisonment are also potential punishments.

Blasphemy is illegal nationally and punishable by death:
An Islamic World. Death penalty mandatory.
Apiary One (de-facto).
Caligolus. Death penalty optional, imprisonment, hard labour and corporal punishment are also used.
Estado Novo Portugues. Death penalty optional for certain forms of blasphemy. Other forms of blasphemy carry fixed-term imprisonment.
Holy Marsh. Death penalty optional, imprisonment is also a potential punishment.
Korean Proletarians. Death penalty optional, imprisonment is also a potential punishment.
Mordka. Death penalty mandatory.
Omonros. Death penalty mandatory for second offence, corporal punishment is mandatory for 1st offence.
s-Hertogenbosch. Death penalty mandatory without repentance, which is often extracted by means of torture.
South Reinkalistan. Death penalty mandatory.
The Greater Ceskian Reich/Eternal Cesken
Victorious Decepticons. Death penalty mandatory.[/quo

Our U.D.F.N Youth was seen with a Bible. For this outrageous blasphemy, he was beheaded. We must do everything in our power to get the Satanic Bibles away from them so they can read the TRUTH in The Bible 2.0. It would help if The Bible 2.0 was written in English. It isn’t. It’s written in a code that only the priests can read. Thus, we can find out who attends Church by there knowledge of what the priests tell them is written in The Bible 2.0 .

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Psychotic Dictatorship

Postby Cruciland » Sun Mar 08, 2020 8:31 pm

Blasphemy is illegal nationally and punishable by fixed-term imprisonment or corporal punishment: Cruciland's method of punishment involves "mental reprogramming," which is analogous to mind-rape and rehabilitation.
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Postby Volksstaat Mitteleuropa » Mon Mar 09, 2020 2:12 am

The Volksstaat is a secular sate that tends towards atheism, and as such has no interest in providing social treatment for religious groups. Blasphemy is perfectly legal, and occasionally even tacitly encouraged.

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Bagong Luzon
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Founded: Jan 30, 2018
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Postby Bagong Luzon » Mon Mar 09, 2020 8:20 am

Blasphemy is illegal nationally and punishable by fixed-term imprisonment or corporal punishment.
Legally defined as Offending the religious feelings in Crown Law, the imprisonment term ranges from 4 to 28 months (4-6 months representing arresto mayor in its maximum period and 6-28 months representing prisión correccional in its minimum period). The Kingdom of New Luzon accept any and all religious groups, and every person in the Kingdom is expected to abide by any one religious faith per the Pillars of the Philippine Reaction; antitheists are held to be on the same level as Communists (and/or, to a lesser extent, Fascists) so often that societies promoting anti-religious thought are often considered Parties of Interest under the Anti-Subversion Law, and the more militant atheist groups find themselves facing 12-20 years on the first conviction (Reclusión temporal), 20-40 years on the second (Reclusión perpetua), and Reclusión perpetua to death on subsequent convictions.
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Republica Federal de Catalunya
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Founded: Nov 21, 2011
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Postby Republica Federal de Catalunya » Mon Mar 09, 2020 10:12 am

We have no blasphemy laws. The free speech is protected if there is no hate speech based on religious beliefs (or lack of).



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