Hard-liners force out sex congress participants
Indra Harsaputra and Hans David Tampubolon
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM Members of hard-line Islamic groups forced their way into a Surabaya hotel Friday, demanding participants of a planned congress on sexual orientation in the East Java city to leave the country by Sunday.The police took no action against the move, condemned by politicians and activists as “unconstitutional” and violating human rights, who said the conference should be seen as “a celebration o...
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