The following stories talk about the subject ‘Aceh’.
Purba Negoro on perceived threats to national unity.
Religious leaders in Aceh worry about what young people are getting up to before, during, and probably after, Ramadan.
How the Sharia authorities of Aceh persuade citizens to get on with their religious obligations.
Spoilt for choice in the 2009 elections, almost three dozen political parties to choose from, most with their own acronym.
Explanations for the FPI violence at Monas, blaming the victims, the government, and foreign plots.
Keterangan mengenai kekerasan FPI di Monas, menyalahkan korban, pemerintah dan persekongkolan asing.
Ross fumes against sharia byelaws in Indonesia.
What if the Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) had taken over in 1965.
Minimum wage rates for 2008 throughout Indonesia.
Merambatnya Islam lunak di Indonesia menurut pemerhati mancanegara.
Western aid agencies and their gender equity agenda in Indonesia.
Islamic law hinders reconstruction in Aceh.
Foreign buying of palm oil estates and plantations.
Islamic law helps tourism in Aceh.
Centrist political leaders, young and old, criticise religion based laws.
Singer Rebecca Reijman falls afoul of Islamic law in Aceh.
Munir was murdered to protect President Yudhoyono.
Ross asks whether the government is willing to bring some Muslims into the 21st century.
Sharia as a set of personal obligations, or as a state-enforced system.