Indonesia is a country built on rigid religious traditions. So what happens to non-believers? Illustration: Brian Wang

Surviving Indonesia as an atheist when the country is built on rigid religious traditions and policies

  • Many Indonesian atheists remain in the closet, but with the help of the internet, their conversations are seeping into the public discourse
  • Indonesian atheists can end up in prison for refusing to embrace one of the nation’s six approved religions
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Indonesia is a country built on rigid religious traditions. So what happens to non-believers? Illustration: Brian Wang
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