Riyadh won’t stop exporting Wahhabism, but it can be pressured to curb its efforts.
Threatened by rising intolerance.
Jews first came to Indonesia from the Netherlands and South America. Many eventually converted to Christianity, although even many of these converts continued to maintain. . .
The persecution of Christians across the Islamic world, vividly exemplified by the August attacks on Egyptian Copts by the Muslim Brotherhood, is reaching pandemic proportions.
The world’s most populous Muslim country has made the transition from authoritarianism to democracy in little over a decade. Can it serve as a model?
Last month, the oldest synagogue in Indonesia was reduced to rubble. Here, rare photographs, together with exclusive footage of the Jewish cemetery, recall what once was.
The remnant of one of Indonesia’s oldest Jewish communities, Java's only synagogue was designated a heritage site in 2009. Now it has been destroyed.