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Indonesia Palestine policy

In Gaza, an Indonesian Volunteer Has Become an Unlikely War Reporter

In Gaza, an Indonesian Volunteer Has Become an Unlikely War Reporter

By Aisyah Llewellyn
Fikri Rofiul Haq, 24, who came to Gaza with an Indonesian charity, has remained behind in order to bear witness to the ongoing war.

Indonesians and Malaysians Keep Gaza in Their Prayers 

Indonesians and Malaysians Keep Gaza in Their Prayers 

By Sribala Subramanian
For Southeast Asia's Muslims, support for Palestine is rooted in national identity.
Jokowi to Press Biden on Israel-Hamas War During White House Meeting

Jokowi to Press Biden on Israel-Hamas War During White House Meeting

By Sebastian Strangio
The Indonesian leader, who will meet Joe Biden on Monday, says that he will press the U.S. president to bring the Israeli attacks on Gaza to an end.

Jokowi’s Washington Visit Could Boost Bilateral Ties – or Highlight Problems

Jokowi’s Washington Visit Could Boost Bilateral Ties – or Highlight Problems

By Scot Marciel
President Joko Widodo and his team arrive in Washington at an uncertain time in U.S.-Indonesia relations.

The Growing Significance of Malaysia and Indonesia’s Non-Recognition of Israel

The Growing Significance of Malaysia and Indonesia’s Non-Recognition of Israel

By Aiza Mohamad
With more Arab states choosing to normalize relations with Tel Aviv, Jakarta and Kuala Lumpur have emerged as prominent advocates for the Palestinian cause.

Protesters in Malaysia, Indonesia Come Out in Support of Palestine

Protesters in Malaysia, Indonesia Come Out in Support of Palestine

By Sebastian Strangio
While many Western leaders have expressed support for Israel, the balance of both public and elite opinion in Muslim-majority Southeast Asia is very much on the opposite side.

Indonesia’s Jokowi Calls for Resolution of Israel-Gaza Conflict Along UN Lines

Indonesia’s Jokowi Calls for Resolution of Israel-Gaza Conflict Along UN Lines

By Sebastian Strangio
The president's call came as the Israeli Defense Force pummeled the Gaza Strip in retaliation for Hamas' weekend attacks on southern Israel.
Indonesia-Israel Relations: Is a Breakthrough Imminent?

Indonesia-Israel Relations: Is a Breakthrough Imminent?

By Jefferson Ng
A normalization of relations between the two nations no longer looks impossible, though key obstacles remain.

Why Indonesia Won’t Recognize Israel — At Least For Now

Why Indonesia Won’t Recognize Israel — At Least For Now

By Sebastian Strangio
Domestic political factors make it much harder for Indonesia to follow in the footsteps of Arab states like Morocco and Sudan.

What Does the Israel-UAE Agreement Mean for Indonesia?

What Does the Israel-UAE Agreement Mean for Indonesia?

By Muhammad Zulfikar Rakhmat and Mohamad Rezky Utama
The world’s most populous Muslim-majority state will have watched the “Abraham Accords” closely.

Jakarta and Jerusalem: Australia's Israel Embassy Decision

Jakarta and Jerusalem: Australia's Israel Embassy Decision

By Olivia Tasevski
Australia’s potential Israel embassy policy will impact Australia-Indonesia relations.
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