Topic: ‘Indonesia’

Why these Christian missionaries donated to a mosque in Indonesia

Part of my ongoing series on positive Muslim and Christian and other religions relations in Indonesia, the world’s largest Muslim country, with more Muslims than the entire Middle East. I don’t deny ongoing persecution, usually covering it in my more documented, scholarly studies, which I have linked to previously, but these articles are to give the usual flavor of everyday life in the country.

The Muslim ‘Amish’ environmentalists of Indonesia

Indonesia’s Muslim Counter Radicalization Movements

Spoke to the Westminster Institute.

Britain’s most rampant rapist ignites homosexuality debate in Indonesia

New Christian-Muslim Political Alliances

On the growing alliance between European (mainly Christian Democratic) parties and Indonesian Muslims. Republished by the Religious Freedom Institute, and distributed by Nahdlatul Ulama, the world’s largest Muslim organization.

This Indonesian village tradition has kept peace between Christians and Muslims

This is part of my ongoing series on Indonesia’s religious relations.

Indonesian Presidential Election Win for Jokowi Is Good News

Muslim leader Yahya Cholil Staquf: Need to address “problematic elements of Islamic orthodoxy

After Christchurch attack.

Religious Tensions on the Rise in Indonesia

As noted above, ReligionUnplugged, is a newly-launched news service on the importance of religion in everyday life. It is a project of The Media Project.

Goodbye Ahok, Hello “BTP”: Inside Indonesia’s Convoluted Politics

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