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  1. The fact that the state is secular only means that the church is separate from the state. But this does not mean that you can do whatever you want with the church or the faithful.

    There are many different believers in our secular country. Take the Jews as an example. I believe that I should not have the right to enter a synagogue and dance all sorts of dances with impunity, while also performing a song in which I demand that Berl Lazar resign immediately. And along with him, along with all the members of the Council of Rabbis of the VKRE.

    I am in favor of protecting the rights of Jews in Russia. And at the same time with them and for the protection of the rights, for example, of Orthodox Christians.

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