Groups voice support for pluralism, unity
Callistasia Anggun Wijaya, Rusland Sangadji and Syofiardi Bachyul Jb
The Jakarta Post
A series of terror attacks across the country, which has claimed dozens of innocent lives, may have shattered the hearts of many, but not the faith in a better tomorrow where people can live together despite religious differences.
At least that was the message of solidarity events held in several parts of the country following suicide bombings that hit three churches in Surabaya, East Java,...
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