The origins of intolerance to ward Ahmadiyah
This week marks the one-year anniversary of the tragedy of Cikeusik in Banten, when members of the Cikeusik Muslim Movement killed three members of the Muslim-minority sect Ahmadiyah. Since then, Indonesian human rights organizations have launched a conversation about the place of religious tolerance in society.
Unfortunately, this conversation is rife with uncertainty. The origins of into...
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