Muslim millennials prone to intolerance: Study
The Jakarta Post
Growing up in an era with greater access to communication, media and digital technology, Indonesian millennials have a good opportunity to learn skills and qualities to be successful in their future.
However, frequent interaction with information channels without proper guidance may instead make them prone to radical and intolerant teachings, a study on the religiousness of Muslim millenni...
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