Tag: Indonesia

Breaking: 14 people injured in suspected suicide bombing at Indonesian church

The attack took place in the Indonesian city of Makassar on Sunday.

Indonesian deradicalisation programme fails to curb extremism

Jakarta has focused more on fighting terrorism, instead of radical ideologies.

A church reopens after eighteen years of building permit struggles in Indonesia

Indonesian President Joko Widodo values the protection of people’s rights to freedom of religion and belief.

Indonesian school forces children to wear a hijab to "protect from mosquitos"

International Christian Concern's local correspondent reported that an Indonesian school forces girls to wear a hijab.

Two Christians flogged for violating Islamic law in Indonesia

Indonesia is the world’s most populous Muslim country and ranks as the 47th Open Doors' worst country for Christian persecution.

Religion minister invites Indonesian churches to build "religious harmony"

“The government must be present in the service of religious life for all people," the Minister of Religious Affairs assured.

Indonesian terrorist suspects linked to church bombing killed by the police

On the 6th of January, two suspected Islamic militants were killed by police in Indonesia’s South Sulawesi province.

Nephews of martyred Papuan pastor allegedly killed by the military

The brothers were the nephews of a sixty-seven-year-old Papuan pastor, brutally murdered by a military man last September.

Catholic seminarian was killed in Papua on Christmas Eve

On the evening of the 24th of December, the lifeless body of Zhage Sil, a Catholic seminarian, was found in Papua.

Indonesian police inspected churches before Christmas

Before Christmas, police officers across Indonesia inspected a number of churches in several areas to clear them from bomb threats