... does not fall under freedom of speech.
Is this a correct decision?
The ECHR ruling does not actually state that it doesn’t fall under the right of free speech.
What it says is that the Austrian courts decision doesn’t need overturning, because the Austrian courts weighed the matter thoroughly and methodically.
The ECHR isn’t like the US supreme court. It generally just makes sure proper procedures were followed.
It also makes sure that the agreed to human rights are upheld.
In this case they found that the Austrian courts had been diligent in their approach, weighing up free speech and anti-religious hate speech.
Considering how right-wing / anti-Islam Austria is, I can only imagine the court is correct in assuming the case was handled properly to come to that conclusion.