The Jakarta Post
PREMIUM In the wake of the terror attacks gripping Indonesia over the past week, representatives of 55 civil society organizations, including customary communities and human rights groups, gather in Jakarta on Tuesday to form what they called the Citizens Against Terrorism Movement. Sinta Nuriyah Wahid (middle front), the widow of fourth president and pluralist Muslim cleric Abdurrahman “Gus Dur” Wahi...
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