Freedom of Religion & Worship

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September 2010

Tempo Interactive – September 19, 2010

Mojokerto, East Java – Scores of young people from a variety of organisations held a peaceful action on Jl. Gajah Mada, directly in front of the Mojokerto municipal government office complex in East Java on Sunday evening September 19.

Jatim News – September 19, 2010

Misti P., Mojokerto ( – Around 50 people from the alliance National Humanity and Anti-Violence Solidarity Concern (SPKKAK) will hold joint prayers in front of the Mojokerto municipal government offices on Sunday September 19.

Kompas – September 18, 2010

Police officer: Purely a criminal act!

Man: You forgot your magnifying glass Mr!

Pool of blood reads ‘violence’

Kompas – September 15, 2010

Bhinneka Tunggal Ika: The national motto, Unity in Diversity

1st Man: Doesn’t it say there’s freedom of worship?

2nd Man: It only say’s it...

January 2010

Kompas – January 2, 2010

Indonesia’s fourth president Abdurrahman ‘Gus Dur’ Wahid died at the age of 69 on December 30. Widely respected for his commitment to religious tolerance and pluralism, he was known for his way with words and his love of jokes. He often used the offhand remark ‘Why sweat it?’ (Gitu aja kok repot?) to dismiss issues he considered unimportant.