Turns out religious intolerance is a problem under the Jokowi administration too.
Turns out the biggest threat to hardline Islamist solidarity is copyright law.
And, like everything these days, it has a lot to do with next year's presidential election.
The anniversary rally of last year's massive anti-Ahok protest is the story that just won't stop breaking.
A swing toward moderate Islam could have wide-reaching impacts on countries like Indonesia.
The Indonesian government wants to use new laws to combat terrorism. But at what cost?
And other totally fake, totally irresponsible stories to make the rounds this week.
It's a hoax people.
Last week's violent protest outside the Santa Clara Church are a sign of something worse.
The hardline Islamist group was all over Twitter this morning.
The decision to charge Ahok under the controversial blasphemy law has wide-reaching implications in Indonesia.
We were on the streets as more than 100,000 protestors, many of them hard-line Islamists, demanded the arrest of Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama on charges of blasphemy.