The following stories talk about the subject ‘Religion’.
Some Buddhists are, eventually, up in arms over a Buddhist themed club in Jakarta, the Buddha Bar.
The building of specifically Hindu religious schools for primary and secondary education in Bali.
The magical faith healing stone of young boy Ponari is big business for a small village in East Java.
A provincial police chief on Java requires policemen to improve their image by being seen as religiously observant.
Voters in Indramayu are threatened with hellfire unless the Golkar Party is supported in 2009.
Reading and writing in Arabic is a must for civil servants and village heads in Bogor.
Another East Timor in Papua, lack of development in the province, and racism by other Indonesians towards Papuans.
The six new fatwas from the Majelis Ulama Indonesia, from vasectomies to abstaining at election time.
Revalina S Temat gets stoned in the latest blockbuster Islamic theme movie, "Perempuan Berkalung Sorban".
Ross rails that faraway refugees in the Middle East excite more sympathy than refugees in Lombok.
Mixing Sundanese disco music and Islam invites bigotry and later "mediation" in West Java, as Ross finds out.
Ross rails that Gestapo style methods of interrogation are used by the sharia police in Aceh.
Has Megawati got the necessary Islamic credentials to be president, again, or does she like shopping too much.
A teenage Australian girl from sunny Queensland finds Islam in Lampung and becomes a revert.
Bias in the media, examples of Islamist bias on television have Ross railing.
Sectarian violence over classroom blasphemy allegations in the Central Moluccas near Ambon.
Local people in Tasikmalaya are roused to action to prevent mysterious cave men rituals.
The importance of rituals, public signs reminding people about their obligations to perform salaat, daily Muslim prayers.
The Mumbai terror attacks heighten resolve in Indonesia to fight terrorism, and dealing with wrong impressions about religion.