Freedom of speech classes are possible without displaying cartoons of Prophet Mohammed, but educators must be able to decide if they need to do it or not, a Norwegian teacher behind an influential article on the issue told RT.

One in three teachers in Norway were afraid to show the cartoons of Islam’s Prophet Mohammed in class after their French colleague, Samuel Paty, was beheaded for doing exactly that in October, according to a local poll. 

Norwegian teacher Kjersti Marie Heldaas, who among other things holds classes on freedom of speech, has confirmed to RT that the results of the survey reflected reality quite accurately.