"Brainwashed" parents are committing "unmatched religious heresy", experts and scholars say.
Losing presidential candidates' Red and White coalition proposes Indonesia go back to parliamentary appointment of provincial and local leaders.
Hate speech and intolerance should be categorised as criminal actions to stop the spread of radical ideology, top anti-terrorism official says.
Palu residents are excited to learn about the spread of Islam in the region.
Indonesia can demonstrate to the world that true Islam is not violent, leaders say.
Young people from Indonesia, Malaysia, Thailand, Burma, Brunei, the Philippines and other ASEAN states have a vital role to play in the regional bloc's economic integration, organisers say.
The government is sending a counter-terrorism team to the Mideast to track movements of citizens who've signed up with the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS).
First-year students at Thaksin University spared hazing humiliation through traditional Rap Nong initiation rites.
East Java police combat ISIS's influence with strengthened enforcement and with community participation.
The Indonesian president-elect and his running mate enter office October 20th.
Many see it as a gesture of religious tolerance from the government.
Violent tactics unlikely to bring about change, some experts say.
The National Police aims to thwart ISIS recruitment campaigns and influence in the archipelago.
Education is being gutted and women forced into "sex jihad" in ISIS-controlled areas, residents say.
Indonesia's tradition of moderate, tolerant Islam is under threat by hard-line groups who are imposing their conservative views on others and intimidating religious minorities.