Indonesia Shuts Down Bar Chain Following Blasphemy Controversy
By Sebastian Strangio
Blasphemy prosecutions have become more common over the past two decades, undermining Indonesia's reputation as a moderate Islamic state.
Indonesia’s Blasphemy Laws in the Headlines With Acquittal
By Associated Press
An Indonesian woman was acquitted of blasphemy charges for taking a dog into a mosque.
Indonesia’s Ahok Out of Jail and Back in the Limelight Ahead of 2019 Elections
By Stephen Wright and Niniek Karmini
The ex-Jakarta governor, convicted of blasphemy, has been freed from prison just months ahead of presidential elections in April.