3 years on, GKI Yasmin church remains victim of absence of the state
Ida Indawati Khouw
The Jakarta Post
The continuing saga of the Gereja Kristen Indonesia (GKI) Taman Yasmin church in Bogor, West Java, is a stark example of the government’s inability to protect minority groups despite legal decisions upholding their right to build a place of worship. The Jakarta Post’s Ida Indawati Khouw explores the issue:
Every weekend Nora Bimoro sends text messages to her fellow parishioners at the G...
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