Roger Hardy asks if the world's biggest Muslim country can shake off extremism and make the transition to democracy.
Adulterers, cohabiting unmarried couples and those who kiss in public could all become criminals if a new Indonesian penal code is approved.
Rather than helping the people, in a number of areas, troops are intimidating villagers, scaring them away from their villages and then looting their homes, and in several cases, killing alleged separatists who are not armed.
Press release by Solidaritas Perempuan (Women's Solidarity for Human Rights)
Siti Musdah Mulia has raised the ire of many for her boldness in criticizing some aspects of Islam considered sacred.
Lily Zakiyah Munir is a leading Muslim women’s rights activist in Indonesia and works closely with the ‘ulama and students of Indonesian Islamic boarding schools or pesantrens.
A proposal by 13 Muslim scholars that abortion be legalized for pregnancy caused by rape or incest has sparked a variety of reactions among religious leaders.
Proposals for a revamp of the Indonesian civil code could make sex outside marriage a crime.
Indonesia's troubled Aceh province is to establish the country's first criminal court based on Sharia law.
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