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June 11 2015

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July 29 2014

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September 03 2013

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00:50
PETITION TO MUHAMMAD RASYID: We urge you to protect the women and girls of Sumatra and end plans to force female students to take "virginity tests" before entering high school.

August 21 2013

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17:11
A plan by the Education Agency of Prabumulih, South Sumatra, to include virginity tests as part of its high school admission requirements has drawn the ire of legislators and education experts, who say that such an exam is a violation of personal space and an obstruction to a student’s right to an education.
S. Sumatra School's Virginity Test Plan Draws Criticism - The Jakarta Globe

March 13 2013

surveyork
22:18

Countless individuals accused of apostasy and blasphemy face threats, imprisonment, and execution. Blasphemy laws in over 30 countries and apostasy laws in over 20 aim primarily to restrict thought, expression and the rights of Muslims, ex-Muslims and non-Muslims alike.

On 14 March 2013, we, the undersigned, call for an international day of action to defend apostates and blasphemers worldwide by highlighting ten cases though there are countless more.

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January 15 2013

surveyork
01:35
Indonesia educators outraged at science snub - Asia-pacific - Al Jazeera English

Learning about science in school may soon be a thing of the past for primary students in Indonesia.

The government wants the subject removed so more time can be spent on things like religion and nationalism.

January 12 2013

surveyork
11:31
HONG KONG — If an Indonesian government proposal goes through, millions of elementary school students in that country will lose their science classes, with that time spent on increased religious education instead.
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January 07 2013

surveyork
17:05

Authorities in Indonesia's Aceh province are pressing ahead with a proposed law that would ban female passengers from straddling motorbikes, despite opposition from human rights activists who fear the move undermines the country's secular heritage.

Aceh introduced a version of sharia law in 2009 after it gained autonomy in a 2005 deal, ending a long-running separatist war. The Aceh laws regulate women's dress and public morality, require shops and other places to close at prayer time, and are enforced by a special unit. Punishments can include public caning.

September 30 2012

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01:28
Multiple incidents over the last twelve months have underscored the appalling lack of freedom in many countries to express even the blandest criticism of either religion in general or the dominant religion in a particular country. To name just some examples, there are the cases involving Rimsha Masih, Hamza Kashgari, Alexander Aan, Sanal Edamaruku, Hamad al-Naqi, Pussy Riot, and Alber Saber.

July 28 2012

surveyork
19:36
Adidas: Pay workers laid off from the PT Kizone factory in Indonesia the $1.8 million you owe them.

June 15 2012

surveyork
17:28
Although the constitution guarantees religious freedom for every Indonesian, it also states that all citizens should believe in God. This contradiction has led to a debate among religious experts in Indonesia over whether atheism is illegal or not.

May 29 2012

surveyork
11:55

Human rights groups fear religious intolerance in Indonesia is going unchecked.

"There's now a religious intolerance case almost every day in Indonesia," Bonar Naipospos, a researcher with the Setara Institute, said.

BBC News - Is Indonesia becoming less tolerant?

May 27 2012

surveyork
13:33

Alex Aan, a 30-year-old civil servant, is a gentle, soft-spoken, highly intelligent young man who simply gave up his belief in God when he saw poverty, war, famine and disaster around the world.

He faces the possibility of up to six years in prison, charged with blasphemy, disseminating hatred and spreading atheism. Radical Muslims came to his office, beat him up, and called the police after reading about his views on Facebook.

Alex is the first atheist in Indonesia to be jailed for his belief, but his case is symptomatic of a wider increase in religious intolerance in the world’s largest Muslim-majority nation. The previous Sunday, I joined a small church in Bekasi, a suburb of Jakarta, for a service, but found the street blocked by a noisy, angry mob and a few police.

April 13 2011

surveyork
04:28
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