Indonesian President Keen to resolve the Differences between Shia & Sunni Sect Followers in the Country


Indonesian President Keen to resolve the Difference between Sunni and ShiaJNN 09 Dec 2013 Jakarta : President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono met with the Sunni-Shiite Reconciliation Team in Sampang on the island of Madura, East Java, on Wednesday. Continue reading

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Indonesian Govt. indifference to Forceful Conversion of Shiite Muslims to Wahabism


INDONESIA-RELIGION-ISLAM-SHIITEJNN 02 Aug 2013 Jakarta : Sampang’s persecuted Shiite Muslim minority, fearful of another round of forced conversions by Wahabi Muslims, called on President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono to ensure their religious freedom after a forum meant to negotiate the exiled group’s homecoming placed the matter in the hands of Wahabi clerics accused of inciting sectarian tensions in Madura Island.

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Shia Believers are forced to convert to Majority's Sect of Indonesia


Indonesian Shia Protest against the DiscriminationJNN 22 Jan 2013 Jakarta : Credible local sources have told Amnesty International that the authorities have given the villagers until March to convert to Indonesia’s majority’s Sect of Islam as Sunni Sect, if they wish to return to their homes. Continue reading

Shia Believers are forced to convert to Majority’s Sect of Indonesia


Indonesian Shia Protest against the DiscriminationJNN 22 Jan 2013 Jakarta : Credible local sources have told Amnesty International that the authorities have given the villagers until March to convert to Indonesia’s majority’s Sect of Islam as Sunni Sect, if they wish to return to their homes. Continue reading

Indonesian Shia's Under Heavy Stress after attack & Displacement , as now even Govt. Relief Stopped


Indonesian Shias in Refugee CampJNN 25 Dec 2012 Jakarta : The Shia Community in East Java, Indonesia, has been subject to extreme measures of displacement and starvation by local authorities. At least 190 displaced Shi’a followers in East Java, including 69 women and 61 children, are at risk after local government authorities halted supplies of food and water to the community, citing a lack of funds.  Continue reading

Indonesian Shia’s Under Heavy Stress after attack & Displacement , as now even Govt. Relief Stopped


Indonesian Shias in Refugee CampJNN 25 Dec 2012 Jakarta : The Shia Community in East Java, Indonesia, has been subject to extreme measures of displacement and starvation by local authorities. At least 190 displaced Shi’a followers in East Java, including 69 women and 61 children, are at risk after local government authorities halted supplies of food and water to the community, citing a lack of funds.  Continue reading

Malaysian Govt Illegally detain Shia Cleric in violation of Civil & Human Rights


JNN 18 Oct 2012 Kualalumpur : Sampang Shia community leader Tajul Muluk has remained in detention at the Sidoarjo penitentiary for the past week without a clear legal basis, despite the end of his detention period having been reached, his lawyer Asfinawati said on Wednesday.  Continue reading

Indonesian Shia Muslims pressurized to convert to Majority Sect by Indonesian Religious Affair Minister


 

JNN 12 Sept 2012 : Religious Affairs Minister Suryadharma Ali says converting Shiite Muslims to the Sunni Islam followed by most Indonesians would be the best way to prevent violent outbreaks between the sects in Sampang, East Java. Continue reading