After extremists stone a church and attack Christians in Sleman regency, local cleric declares: "This is not what Islam teaches us".
Once unable to walk, Erwiana Sulistyaningsih recently marched in Jakarta for workers' rights while her former employer goes on trial in Hong Kong.
"We cannot stop people from thinking, but we can balance the thoughts," Gadjah Madu University professor tells Khabar Southeast Asia in an interview.
The Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) and Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) decry the West African fundamentalist group's mass kidnapping of children.
The series in southern Thailand opens important discussions on topics beyond religion.
Balun village welcomes people of different faiths.
A new Anti-Shia National Alliance is "hate speech" that could compromise national security, critics say.
"There is freedom of religion in this country, but unfortunately religious freedom tends to be a source of conflict among Indonesia's religious groups," Dawam Rahardjo says.
At Yogyakarta march, hundreds demand equality and protection.
A lack of belonging created "the general sense of not having any kind of future ahead of them," photographer says of the beleaguered Rohingya.