The world is full of different religions, beliefs, and forms of practice, and an optimal situation has personal viewpoints respected regardless of location. But this isn’t always the case. For some, religious practice is the reason for traveling, which can put a traveler under a government microscope in countries with strict religious rules. Proselytizing-- converting or attempting to convert someone from one religion, belief, or opinion to another-- is often met with the harshest restrictions.
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