By BBC News / Reality Check
Laws prohibiting blasphemy or harming religious feelings exist in many countries, although in some places they are rarely used even if they still exist on the statute book.
Blasphemy is defined as speaking insultingly about a particular religion or god.
Some countries also penalise apostasy, which means abandoning or denying a particular faith.
The US Commission on International Religious Freedom report for 2017 lists 71 countries that have blasphemy laws, in some cases punishable by death.
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