In Indonesia, a Rising Tide of Religious Intolerance
By Laura Arman
Despite its official motto of "unity in diversity," the country is becoming increasingly inhospitable for members of religious minorities.
Despite Mistrust, Afghan Shiites Seek Taliban Protection
By Lee Keath
Shiite Hazaras turning to Taliban for protection indicates how terrified the community is of the Islamic State group, which they say aims to exterminate them.