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About Phelim Kine

Phelim Kine is a former Jakarta-based foreign correspondent and the deputy director of the Asia division at Human Rights Watch. Follow him on Twitter at @PhelimKine

Phelim Kine mantan wartawan internasional asing di Jakarta, kini wakil direktur Divisi Asia di Human Rights Watch. Twitter @PhelimKine

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Rosemary Bechler is openDemocracy’s Editor.

Constitutional conventions: best practice

Indonesia’s growing religious intolerance

Although Indonesia has long been seen as a religiously moderate country, Sunni Muslim militants are attacking minority religious communities across the country. Indonesian law protects religious freedom, but mobs reign on the streets; the government does little to stop the violence. A contribution to the openGlobalRights debate, Religion and Human RightsBahasa Indonesia

Intoleransi Makin Berkembang di Indonesia

Meski Indonesia dikenal sebagai negara mayoritas Muslim moderat namun belakangan banyak militan Muslim Sunni menyerang berbagai minoritas agama. Konstitusi Indonesia melindungi kebebasan beragama namun massa Sunni menguasai jalanan; pemerintah nyaris tak melakukan apapun guna hentikan kekerasan tersebut.  English

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