Category Archives: Indonesia

Members of Muslim Friendship organization attack church in Indonesia

Muslims launched an unprovoked attack on a church in Indonesia because their cult demands acts of psychopathic violence as a “religious” duty.

Several hundred protesters from a group called Forum for Bekasi Muslim Friendship staged a rowdy demonstration in front of the Santa Clara church in Kaliabang, a neighborhood of Bekasi city, after Friday prayers.

Witnesses said police fired tear gas as the protesters tried to force their way into the church, which has been under construction since November. Some also threw rocks and bottles into the site.

Raymundus Sianipar, a Catholic priest, said police asked him to leave the area for safety reasons.

Muslim-majority Indonesia recognizes six religions, but militant Islamic groups frequently protest against the minority faiths and police often do not intervene. Members of minority religions that aren’t recognized by the state face persistent discrimination.

Indonesia’s masked Sharia law ‘enforcers’ administer agonising lashings

Terrified locals have been violently lashed by Sharia law ‘enforcers’ for spending time with people who are not their wives or husbands in Indonesia.

The public caning, which took place in Banda Aceh province, saw several citizens whipped in front of a huge crowd.

Masked enforcers carried out the punishments as part of their duties as algojo, which translated from Indonesian means ‘the executioner’ and the person responsible for carrying out the death penalty.

What They Do Not Tell You about Indonesia

My kampong [village] lies in the suburbs of Surabaya, the second biggest city in Indonesia. Densely packed in a narrow alley, it consists of more than forty houses, stacked like logs, with no gaps at all to sneak in between. A handful of residents work for the government or public schools; some run small household shops. Most residents are Muslim, except for three families who are Christian.

A handful of plants provide us with green, but just down the road scattered stores have been soaring: a big franchise department store, a gas station, banks with long rows of automatic teller machines and facilities that make us feel like a small part of growing Indonesia.

When we first moved here, it seemed ideal. There were only twelve families; they got together at events; we felt close. Communal meetings were held each month; the host would prepare snacks and even sometimes meals. If one of us were in the nearby hospital, we would usually drive together in groups to pay a visit after collecting small contributions to give the sick person. Only one lady, a convert to Islam, wore a headscarf; others only wore it when necessary: at public meetings, celebrations, or Independence Day, August 17.

That’s why Justin gave them our money! Indonesia imprisons leaders of ‘deviant’ religious group on blasphemy charges

Presiding judge Muhammad Sirad ruled on 7 March, that the three men had “tarnished one of the religions in Indonesia deliberately in public”, referring in particular to Islam. In his verdict statement, he said that the movement “contradicted and offended Islamic values held by most Indonesian citizens”.

Just think, if the recommendations from M103 are ever turned into legislation Canadians will be able to riot and burn churches with impunity just like other Muslim nations!

Central Java city renames Pork Festival after protests by Muslim supremacists

“The Pork Festival bothers us Muslims in Semarang. That’s why we want the committee to cancel the festival and focus on the Imlek celebration. The event will still have pork stalls but they have to be closed off from the public eye,” Danang Ansoru, spokesman of the Semarang Islam Congregation Forum (FUIS), said Friday evening.

h/t TROP

Indonesian military commander sacked for training Islamic hardliners with soldiers

An Indonesian military commander has been replaced after photos emerged of members of the hardline Islamic defenders group training with soldiers.

The photos posted on the website of the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) show the group’s members participating in a boot camp with members of the Indonesian Armed Forces.

The FPI is a hardline group that wants the imposition of Sharia law across Indonesia, and has been campaigning against Indonesian minority groups, like Chinese Christians.

Its leader Habib Rizieq is openly racist and says non-Muslims should not be allowed to have any position of power over Muslims.

The FPI is encouraging the instability in Indonesia that has been fuelled by the blasphemy trial of Jakarta’s Christian Governor Ahok.

Read on… and remember this is the “moderate muslim” nation of Indonesia that Justin Trudeau, our Useful Idiot PM, has given millions of your dollars to.

Muslim Fundamentalists Try to Force Out Jakarta’s Christian Governor

At the start of his blasphemy trial earlier this month, Jakarta’s Christian, ethnic Chinese governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama fought back tears as he told a court why he couldn’t possibly have intentionally insulted Islam, pointing out that he was reared by an adoptive Muslim family.

“My [biological] father and my adoptive father vowed to be brothers until the end,” testified the governor, universally known as Ahok. “The love of my adoptive parents for me has inspired me to this day.”

Indonesia: 2 suspected Islamist militants killed in standoff with police

INDONESIAN police killed two suspected Islamist militants in a house in West Java on Sunday, a police spokesman said, in the latest in a series of raids aimed at preventing planned attacks in the Muslim-majority nation.

Two men had been arrested in Cibinong, in West Java, and led police to a house nearby, at the Jatiluhur dam, where two other men were found, national police spokesman Awi Setiyono said.

“They were told to surrender, but they refused and tried to attack officers with machetes, so we fired warning shots. When they still approached, we shot them,” Setiyono said. He earlier said that a gunbattle had occurred.

The hypocrisy behind Indonesia’s war on sex

The Islamist push for a ban on extramarital sex runs counter to the nation’s more liberal sexual practices

Until 2014, Indonesian pilgrims seeking good fortune in the world of business would partake in an ancient tradition: sex with a stranger, at least seven times, at the tomb of Prince Samodra on Mount Kemukus. The practice arose from the Kebatinan belief system – a Javanese blend of animistic, Buddhist, Hindu and Islamic ideals – but was banned by the Central Java governor, who saw it as hazardous to health and morals.

The prohibition of this salacious, and admittedly rather extreme, sexual tradition was an early indicator of a religiously inspired fervour that would soon stretch across the archipelagic nation, where self-appointed upholders of moral standards are increasingly intervening in the private lives of Indonesian citizens.

In one of the most sweeping recent attempts to control people’s sexuality, Indonesia’s constitutional court is now considering outlawing extra-marital sex in Southeast Asia’s most populous state.

ISIS in Indonesia Threatens Donald Trump With ‘Assassination’

A new Malay language video purportedly released by the Islamic State titled “Incite the Believers to the Fight 2” features the footage of the Secret Service rushing President-Elect Donald Trump off a Reno, Nevada rally stage after Austyn Crites was dubbed an “apparent threat.”

The video was released on ISIS terrorist channels on November 30. The footage of Trump comes at 2:30 after a segment about Asian world leaders participating in the American-led Operation Inherent Resolve, which is currently fighting ISIS in Iraq and Syria.

‘It hurts so bad’ cries Indonesian woman caned in Aceh for extra-marital bond

An Indonesian woman screamed in agony as she was caned in Aceh on Monday, the latest in a growing number of women to be publicly flogged for breaking the province’s strict Islamic laws.

In the latest caning, five people — two women and three men — were flogged in front of a cheering crowd at a mosque in the provincial capital Banda Aceh.

The 34-year-old woman who yelled in pain had been found guilty of spending time in close proximity with a man who was not her husband in contravention of Aceh’s Islamic regulations.

Nice to see the community coming together for a public event. Also nice of PM Useful Idiot the ‘feminist” to have given these barbarians millions of our dollars.