Additional, another thing came up into my mind.
I asked myself: "What would the Buddha say about this?"
(A friend of mine gave this inspiration to me - once he said: "When you have doubts and when you have to find answers: just think about: what would the Buddha do?")
So I thought about, if the Buddha would have been "fighting for his right" (like the right of "Freedom of religion" and to defend this right).
There was only "one" answer in my mind:
My (personal) interpretation of the Dhamma is the way to fight at first "against" my own "kilesas", like greed, hatred, blindness, views, doubts, numbness, excitement, brazenness, lack of conscience (recently I read a very, very good book about that, which my teacher gave me to read).
When I become aware of my attachments on this kilesas, I hope to see clear if the defined rights are to defend by myself ("my" "self"?) or do I attach on this rights, because I identify myself ("my" "self") with this rights, like freedom of religion?
For my own, I can say that I identify myself very much with the idea to be able, visiting Wats and Temples everywhere in this world, because I enjoy being there - because at the moment, I identify myself with "my" believe.
But isn't this an attachement, too?
First of all I think: to write here is a good training to write about my interpretation of the Dhamma in English and to overcome myself in that matter.