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Should Israel Folau be allowed to share his comments on people sinning on social media?
Israel Folau should be allowed to share his views on people sinning and going to hell
He should be allowed to say whatever he wants, because of freedom of speech.
He is quoting from the bible, so it's okay to say those things.
Rugby Australia has no right to tell their players what they can and can not do outside of playing the sport.
Saying that people are going to hell, means nothing, because hell is not real.
His remarks are hateful to people within Australia.
As Falau is a respected sportsman, he is very influential. Sportsman should be held to a higher standard of morals than the average citizen. Because of Falau's position, he should not be saying derogatory things
His contract with Rugby Australia states that, he is not allowed to say such things. He has broken his contract.
Freedom of speech does not mean you are free of consequences for saying derogatory things.
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