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Religious supremacy and our silence

  • Rory Asyari
    Rory Asyari

    Communication consultant with Fleishman Hillard Indonesia

Jakarta | Thu, September 7, 2017 | 01:11 pm
Religious supremacy and our silence Public Order Agnecy (Satpol PP) personnel stay on guard in front of Al-Hidayah mosque on Jl Muchtar Raya in Sawangan, Depok, West Java, on Friday. The Depok administration sealed the mosque, which had been used by congregations of the minority Ahmadiyah faith. (JP/Bagas Rahadian)

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