Blasphemy laws prohibiting the expression of offensive views about religious beliefs or practices vary widely from country to country and are not limited to Islamic countries. In some Islamic countries, blasphemy laws are used to restrict freedom of expression for expressing dissenting views whilst in other Islamic countries, there are no blasphemy laws or such laws are not enforced.
Here are some examples of Islamic countries (or countries with quite a lot of Muslims) where there are no blasphemy laws or where such laws are not enforced:
It is important to note that the situation in any given country can change over time and that the enforcement of laws and regulations may vary depending on the political climate and other factors.
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