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Jakarta Governor Anies Baswedan has suspended the Friday prayer at all mosques in the capital for the next two weeks to reinforce his call for all residents to pray at home.
Despite the policy, however, Jakartans still descended on Cut Meutia Mosque in Menteng, Central Jakarta, to perform the dzuhur prayer en masse on Friday.