Rappler's latest stories on religious intolerance
The latest phoned in threats at 11 separate sites bring to 69 the total number of such incidents – at 54 Jewish community centers in 27 US states and one Canadian province
(UPDATED) It will be a test of Indonesia’s religious intolerance, a battle of emotions versus rationality, and one that is predicted to be an extremely close race in what has been a rollercoaster campaign season.
Here s all you need to know about one of the biggest religious and political scandals in Indonesia in 2016
The rally turned ugly as night fell and thousands of hardliners clashed with police setting vehicles ablaze and hurling bottles and rocks at officers injuring several
Other stories include the state of the rupiah and updates on the raging forest fires
Local government security officers used sledgehammers to raze two small Protestant churches and a Catholic church as Christians looked on and wept
Ajaran Syiah dinilai sudah mulai massif dan memiliki orientasi revolusi yang ancam keutuhan NKRI
There is a lack of voices from those who live in war torn areas Could it be because they have lost their voice?
The Religious Affairs Ministry is drafting a new bill that will guarantee religious minorities like the Ahmadiyah protection from persecution
Universitas seharusnya pahami apa yang dilakukan Rosnida adalah proses pembelajaran untuk kembangkan sikap saling paham antar umat beragama
The Yasmin Indonesian Christian Church GKI Yasmin in Bogor has been sealed off since 2009 despite a Supreme Court ruling ordering the local mayor to open it
A 17 year old student faces a sedition investigation after liking a post that declared I love Israel and featured a picture of the Jewish state s flag
Xinjiang is home to China s mostly Muslim Uighur ethnic minority leading some people to believe the murder was planned
The United Nations human rights envoy to the country Yanghee Lee says there was a deplorable situation in displacement camps in Rakhine state where deadly clashes 2 years ago have left some 140 000 homeless