1,000 churches shut down in Indonesia since passage of 'religious harmony' law
December 17, 2015
JAKARTA (Christian Examiner) – Nearly 1,000 Indonesian churches have been closed since the country passed a "religious harmony" law in 2006, the group Evangelical Focus has reported.
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