Nahdlatul Ulama's youth group GP Ansor recommits to fighting poverty and embracing tolerance at its 79th anniversary celebration.
Islam teaches us to love God's creation, not just on April 22nd, but every day, one cleric says.
In Indonesia, a country which has had ongoing concerns about youth recruitment by militants, news of the Boston Marathon bombing struck a familiar chord.
Revered members of the community say parents and guardians have a critical role to play in influencing the younger generation to embrace the cherished ways of life in the Deep South, which are being torn apart by addictions and the raging insurgency.
With extremist groups targeting the young and vulnerable, schools are preparing to place more emphasis on steering students in the right direction. But some worry the move could mean less time for math and languages.
Participants at an ASEAN-UN workshop stressed the need to defuse tensions before they can spiral out of control and threaten stability elsewhere in the region.
Residents of all faiths want to work hard to preserve the tradition of co-existence they enjoy on the island.
Despite some recent incidents of sectarian conflict, the government maintains the country has a tolerant society.
Several houses of worship in Indonesia have been closed or torn down because they lacked the required approval. But some say even mainstream mosques are usually built without a permit.
The peace process is further along than it has ever been, even if the latest round of talks in Malaysia fell short of expectations.
Members of Indonesia's largest Muslim organisation join the protest calling for the protection of religious freedom.
Outwardly, Fajar Sidiq appeared to be a responsible, devout and successful young man. But police say he was the bomb maker for a shadowy terrorist cell.
Indonesia's military promises transparency and justice after confirming that rogue soldiers carried out shocking prison murders in Yogyakarta.
Millions of Indonesians living abroad would participate more in politics if they had legislators representing their unique concerns, proponents of the idea say.
Local residents convey their hopes for the embryonic peace process, while criticising militants for their deviation from Islam's teachings.
Stopping the flow of terrorist money across borders is vital to containing violent extremism. APEC members are looking at ways to co-ordinate their efforts.
Although the election is a year away, the political scene is already rife with speculation about who will lead the country after ten years with President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono at the helm.
A court hands down stiff sentences for two men who assisted acts of terrorism in the lead-up to Aceh gubernatorial elections in 2012.
The fight against drug abuse requires co-operation and information-sharing from stakeholders at multiple levels.
Residents of an East Jakarta sub-district are taking a lead in community waste management – offering solutions to a growing problem in Asia's swelling cities.
The launch of negotiations is significant but the fractured nature of the Deep South insurgency poses a challenge, says top political analyst Thitinan Pongsudhirak in an exclusive interview with Khabar Southeast Asia.
Increasingly fragmented, short of resources, and unsure what they are fighting for, terrorist cells turn to armed robbery to raise funds.
The Millennium Development Award recognises the teachers, administrators and regular citizens who have worked hard to take the region forward in turbulent times.
An unusual congregation in front of the Merdeka Palace in Jakarta was an apparent effort to refocus attention on growing religious tensions in West Java.
International interfaith conference discusses need for dialogue, collaboration in tackling modern problems in the region.
Enthusiastic reception of a hijab-wearing singer at The Java Jazz Festival showed the world what many believe is Indonesia's true nature as a nation: creative, harmonious, and peaceful.