The OSCE Produces Guidance On Freedom Of Religion Or Belief And Security 

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The report is a significant and important contribution to the field of freedom of religion or belief and security and should be taken seriously by states to guide their response to security threats while protecting the rights to freedom of religion or belief for all.
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