VIDEO: Amidst hopes of Jokowi, Indonesian Christians remain concerned

VIDEO: Amidst hopes of Jokowi, Indonesian Christians remain concerned
In Indonesia, home to the world’s largest Muslim population, the number of cases of religious intolerance doubled during 2014 – to 67, according to a recent report from the Southeast Asian nation’s National Commission on Human Rights. About 30 of these cases were about the closure or vandalism of churches, . . . Read More

Indonesia presidential elections ‘vote for Jokowi’

Religious freedom and human rights liberties are at stake in Indonesia‚Äôs Presidential elections tomorrow, July 9, as its two leading contenders are at polar opposites when it comes to their reputations regarding human rights. Joko “Jokowi” Widodo is well known for his stance against corruption, being pro religious pluralism and . . . Read More