Nahdlatul Ulama banks on soccer to promote peace
The Jakarta Post
From helping rebuild the fragmented society in post-Yugoslavia Bosnia-Herzegovina to ending a civil war in the Ivory Coast, soccer has played important roles in bringing peace to the world and is arguably considered the most effective, universally accepted means to help eradicate hatred among people.
It was also apparent in Indonesia, home to hundreds of millions of soccer aficionados, whe...
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