Pluralistic neighborhoods set example by sharing space
The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM While in some parts of Bekasi and Bogor relations between Christian congregations and majority-Muslim neighborhoods have soured over vetoed plans to build churches, the interfaith interplay is fine in several other parts of the city.Residents of Klender, East Jakarta, and Cikoko, South Jakarta, for instance, have been living in harmony for decades. In crowded area of Klender, four small churches, ...
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