Islamic education should include job skills: Kalla

Pesantren graduates should have both religious knowledge and an understanding of how to make a living, says the former vice president and head of the Indonesian Red Cross.

By Okky Feliantiar for Khabar Southeast Asia in Yogyakarta

May 27, 2013

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Members of the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) attend a 2010 rally in front of Indonesia's constitutional court as it debates a law on blasphemy. The FPI, a hardline group known for its vigilante-style attacks on businesses and individuals, has been accused of undermining democracy and rule of law in Indonesia. [Adek Berry/AFP]

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