Someone sent me a link regarding a case in India where an evangelist group was arrested for producing a book called the Haqeeqat. The problem is the book is extremely anti hindu, not even by allegory but by direct attacks on Hinduism. As a back ground to this, In India all religions are protected by the law that states that criticism of religion must be based on fact. So a valid criticism of Hinduism and Islam is the inherant problems of the treatment of women. One can't say that a valid criticism of Hinduism is the caste system since Muslims and Christians in India have their caste systems too. The problem is it has galvanised a whole group of people into criticising the government of Rajasthan "which banned the book and arrested the people behind it for religious intolerance". However the point raised is that in India it is illegal to solicit conversions of people since all people have the right to choice of religion, thus being biased against christianity which is known for its conversion tactics. This entire craporama decidedly got me interested in what we really define as religious freedom? Is it right to silence a group of people just because their book is insulting to another religion?