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‘I don’t hate the terrorists’

  • Ngesti Puji “Yayuk” Rahayu in 2012 holds her own portrait before the Bali bombing. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

    Ngesti Puji “Yayuk” Rahayu in 2012 holds her own portrait before the Bali bombing. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

  • Yayuk in 2012 explains her series of surgical operations since 2002 in Australia through several pictures.
JP/ Anggara Mahendra

    Yayuk in 2012 explains her series of surgical operations since 2002 in Australia through several pictures. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

  • Yayuk on July 2, 2012 posing with a Bible. She converted to Christianity from Islam after the bombing. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

    Yayuk on July 2, 2012 posing with a Bible. She converted to Christianity from Islam after the bombing. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

  • Yayuk on July 2, 2012 while working as a domestic worker in Denpasar, Bali. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

    Yayuk on July 2, 2012 while working as a domestic worker in Denpasar, Bali. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

  • Yayuk prepares to water plants in her new workplace on Oct. 12 in a villa in Kerobokan. Her left arm has keloids that sometimes restrict her movement. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Yayuk prepares to water plants in her new workplace on Oct. 12 in a villa in Kerobokan. Her left arm has keloids that sometimes restrict her movement. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • Yayuk ties a scarf to her waist in the villa belonging to a German citizen at Kerobokan, Bali on Oct. 12. She has been working there for two years. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

    Yayuk ties a scarf to her waist in the villa belonging to a German citizen at Kerobokan, Bali on Oct. 12. She has been working there for two years. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

  • Yayuk puts on an earring in her workplace in Kerobokan, Bali. Besides watering the plants, her tasks include doing the laundry, cleaning the house and feeding the two dogs. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Yayuk puts on an earring in her workplace in Kerobokan, Bali. Besides watering the plants, her tasks include doing the laundry, cleaning the house and feeding the two dogs. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • Yayuk takes motorcycle taxis and public transportation to get around. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

    Yayuk takes motorcycle taxis and public transportation to get around. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

  • Bali bombing Ground Zero during the 14th anniversary of the tragedy in Legian, Kuta, in Bali. On Oct. 12, Yayuk attended an event held by Yayasan Isana Dewata, a foundation for widows and children of the Bali bombings. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Bali bombing Ground Zero during the 14th anniversary of the tragedy in Legian, Kuta, in Bali. On Oct. 12, Yayuk attended an event held by Yayasan Isana Dewata, a foundation for widows and children of the Bali bombings. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • A book provided by the Isana Dewata foundation for those who want to write their hopes and prayers for the victims of the Bali blasts on Oct. 12. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

    A book provided by the Isana Dewata foundation for those who want to write their hopes and prayers for the victims of the Bali blasts on Oct. 12. JP/ Anggara Mahendra

  • A canang, an offering by Balinese Hindus comprises beer and flowers at the Ground Zero monument on Oct. 12. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    A canang, an offering by Balinese Hindus comprises beer and flowers at the Ground Zero monument on Oct. 12. JP/Anggara Mahendra

  • Yayuk smiles for a picture during a book launch event, titled Janda-janda Korban Terorisme di Bali [Widows of Terrorism Victims in Bali] at Beachwalk Mall, Bali on Oct. 12. JP/Anggara Mahendra

    Yayuk smiles for a picture during a book launch event, titled Janda-janda Korban Terorisme di Bali [Widows of Terrorism Victims in Bali] at Beachwalk Mall, Bali on Oct. 12. JP/Anggara Mahendra

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