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Directions (1-5) : Read the following passage carefully and answer the questions given below it in the context of the passage.

The horrific terrorist attack in Paris in 2014 at the office of the French magazine Charlie Hebdo is a direct assault on the freedom of speech, thought and expression, the fundamentals on which all open, democratic societies are built. Ten staff members at the satirical weekly, including four of its top cartoonists, were gunned down by masked men who entered the building and targeted the editorial meeting in what seemed to be a well-planned and professional operation. They left shouting Allahu-Akbar, killing two policemen on the street outside before driving off in a getaway car. Since 2006, when it first published the Danish cartoons of Prophet Mohammed, Charlie Hebdo had been under threat of violent attacks by Islamist groups. Refusing to be intimidated, the publication continued to caricature Islam even after a firebombing in November 2011, just as it also relentlessly lampooned Christianity and Judaism- its Christmas week cover caricaturing the birth of Jesus was designed to provoke and cause offence.

Question-1 : Which of the following freedom was not invaded during terrorist attack?