The Religious freedoms in Turkey… Ink on paper

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According to the Turkish Constitution, which considers Turkey a secular state, it guarantees freedom of religion, belief, freedom of expression, and worship, and article 24 prohibits discrimination on any religious grounds and prohibits the misuse of religious feelings, or objects deemed sacred by religion.

According to article 136 of the Turkish Constitution, the department of religious affairs in Turkey is the Directorate of Religious Affairs of the Prime Minister’s Office, established in 1924, instead of the supreme religious authority (Sheikh of Islam).

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