Macron steps into row over girl's anti-Islam rant on social media

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French President Emmanuel Macron said blasphemy was a right protected by law in France in an interview about the case of a 16-year-old girl who received death threats and was forced into hiding after filming an anti-Islam diatribe on her Instagram account prompted by insults she received when she announced her homosexuality.

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Emmanuel Macron has waded into a row over a schoolgirl whose attack on Islam has divided France, insisting that blasphemy is “no crime”, reports The Guardian.