The leader of the Indonesian Solidarity Party, Grace Natalie, is the latest person to test Indonesia’s commitment to religious tolerance and pluralism. Photo: Reuters

Another Ahok? Chinese Christian faces blasphemy rap in Muslim Indonesia

  • Two years after protests that led to the jailing of the former Jakarta governor, another reform-minded politician is accused of going against the Koran
  • With an election looming, observers say the outlook is bleak for religious tolerance
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The leader of the Indonesian Solidarity Party, Grace Natalie, is the latest person to test Indonesia’s commitment to religious tolerance and pluralism. Photo: Reuters
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