The following stories talk about the subject ‘Religion’.
A visiting cleric from Yemen worries about the state of the Indonesian Muslim clerisy, and Abu Bakar Bashir.
Parvita writes on the topic: Loudspeaker Abuse in the Mosques: should mosques be disciplined?
A Christian group in Bandung is forced to stop services.
Modern day jihadists are sinful, says a Central Sulawesi cleric.
The Human Rights Commission delivers a report on the persecution of the Ahmadiyah sect in recent years.
The Governor of Bali complains about unfair distribution of funds for the building of mosques, temples, and churches.
Muhammadiyah chairman Din Syamsuddin plans to reach out to the lower class "abangan" supporters of the PDI-P.
Artists in Pamekasan, Madura protest a law against the staging of theatrical and other entertainment shows.
The Al-Zaytun Islamic school has fallen under suspicion of links to Negara Islam Indonesia (NII).
The survival of religious pluralism in Indonesia is assured, say some.
Islamic New Year is a time for moderation in religion, say Hasyim Muzadi and Din Syamsuddin.
Regional branches of the Ulema Council are urged not to be limp-wristed about encouraging local sharia laws.
PBR leader Yusuf Lakaseng has been reported to the police for blasphemy against Islam by Zaenal Ma'arif.
Disaster prone Indonesia is populated by people weak in faith, or weak in honesty, depending on your view.
Jusuf Kalla says a syariah based banking system will better create prosperity.
Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia (HTI) champions polygamy and rails against gender equality and domestic violence laws.
The sharia police of Aceh have begun a month long campaign against unIslamic behaviour.
Shinta Nuriyah Wahid says Islam teaches monogamy.
Clerics in Pamekasan, Madura, want the mayor to allow public servants to be polygamous.