17 May 2011

UN ‘Disturbed’ by Indonesia’s Religious Violence

The United Nations has written to the Indonesian government expressing “concern” about the increasing number of reports about violence committed against religious minorities.

.... “I have been particularly disturbed by the widespread violence and discrimination reported against the [Ahmadiyah] community, which has included the state-sanctioned closing of Ahmadi mosques, the burning of homes and places of worship, and even physical violence and murder.” [Jakarta Globe] Read more [via Jihad Watch]