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  • ross1948 18:15 on September 28, 2016 Permalink | Reply
    Tags: 1 - 2 October, , Pop Market, Tebet   

    Pop Market, 1 – 2 October , Tebet, Jakarta 

    Hasil gambar untuk jakarta selatan expo jakarta september oktober 2016

  • ross1948 14:56 on July 11, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    Jakarta This Week – Blameless Minority Creed Hounded Again! 

    Another example of sectarian hate blights Jakarta in what’s said to be a ‘Holy Month’ of reflection and introspection.


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    • Despite previous reports that most people in the Tebet area had no grouse with the peaceful Ahmadi minority in their midst, the South Jakarta Administration has blatantly caved in to the IslamoNazi FPI thug gang’s demand that those blameless citizens be deprived of their place of worship. “Our Prayers Disturbed His!” Pluralism in Jokowi’s Jakarta? 
    • Three decades on, suddenly the Ahmadis are found to be in violation of local authority rules? Yeah, right! 

    The CNN reports that, after being blocked from entering their An Nur mosque, the victims of intolerance have  demanded South Jakarta Administration find them a place where they can carry out their religious activities. Chairman of the Ahmadiyah in Bukit Duri, Aryudi Prastowo, said they were willing to be moved anyway.

    “We want to move but still around Bukit Duri because our people are around there,” said Aryudi in Jakarta Legal Aid Institute, Menteng, Central Jakarta.


    Aryudi tells a sad story of rising Islamist bigotry.They have been there for thirty years or more, and relations between Ahmadiyah and other citizens were intertwined in harmony…

    The Ahmadis had even “provided a common kitchen and provide 1,000 rice packets when there was a flood in Bukit Duri,”he said.


    • ahmadiyah2 Sectarian swine at Cikeusik, revelling in hate  – nobody has EVER been charged with murder, despite a full video http://www.liveleak.com/view
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    • But he goes on to explain that, after the brutal slaughter in Cikeusik, when three innocent Ahmadis were martyred by a mob of Sunni savages, in 2011, that harmony changed…since then, there began to be intimidation and discrimination of citizens.

    And that evil climaxed last Wednesday, when the civic goon-squad swooped.


    • “On the day, around 50 municipal government officials came to seal the building.

    “The local government is unfair to us,” said Aryudi.

    Satrio Wirataru, of the Commission for Missing Persons and Victims of Violence (Kontras) expressed a view which all Indonesians of goodwill must share. The South Jakarta City Government’s action was repressive….the municipal government must facilitate citizens who wish to practice their faith,” said Satrio.


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    • He’s also asking for a review of the rules regarding freedom of religion.

    And that is the province not of a clique of fanatics in South Jakarta, but of President Jokowi, who last month made a widely-reported speech about how Indonesia was a tolerant pluralist nation.

    An easy way to prove that would be for him to scrap the previous regime’s monstrous Tri-Ministerial Decree -http://www.hrw.org/news/2010/11/04/indonesia-uphold-religious-freedom – the viciously discriminatory diktat that fell in line with the fatwa of those so-called ‘scholars’ in the MUI.


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    • And if he does that, he might also, as we often suggest, see to it that the police enforce the law, most notably the Supreme Court ruling on the GKI Yasmin church in Bogor, which, in defiance of the highest court, remains sealed, like these poor Ahmadis’ mosque.

    The Bogor Protestants are similarly oppressed by a local government, whose fanatical mayor, blind to the demands of fair play,  not only denies the Christians their right to worship in their own church but has even resorted to denying they exist.. X-Rated Xmas – Foul-Mouths Bully Christians, As ‘Moderate’Mayor Denies They Exist!’ 


    ratusan-jemaat-hkbp-dan-gki-yasmin-ibadah-di-depan-istana-001-mudasir ‘Non-existent’ Bogor Christians, forced to worship on the street


    He’s wrong!

    I’ve seen them!

    And joined their services from time to time, across the street from Jokowi’s Palace, a fortnightly reproach to anyone who prattles about pluralism.

  • ross1948 10:09 on June 15, 2015 Permalink | Reply
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    “Our Prayers Disturbed His!” Pluralism in Jokowi’s Jakarta? 

    We used to publish lots of reports on the vindictive sectarian persecution of the Ahmadiyah minority here in Indonesia.

    Recently, we have had fewer cases to report, not, alas, because there is less oppression but because the harassment, violence and general intimidation by thugs has more or less succeeded in preventing the Ahmadis from openly exercising their right to worship freely.

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    • I had hoped that after President Jokowi won his election last year, that brazenly discriminatory Tri-Ministerial Diktat would have been quashed and that police would have been ordered to ensure that all citizens were guaranteed their constitutional liberties.

    But clearly not – this past weekend the Jakarta Post covered a shameful incident that occurred in Jakarta’s Tebet district, a senior cop allegedly on the scene while a gang of hoodlums threatened worshippers and vandalised a mosque.

    Aaah, but actually, it’s not a mosque, says Tebet Police chief Comr. I Ketut Sudarma, who claims he was at the location from the very beginning when the incident took place. http://wwv.thejakartapost.com/news/2015/06/13/ahmadiyah-blocked-friday-prayers.html

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    • Sudarma’s assertion seems to be refuted by the JP report, which describes the place unambiguously as the  An Nur Mosque in Bukit Duri Tanjakan, Tebet, South Jakarta – so it would have been useful if the JP reporter had clarified this point.

    It would also have helped if  this top cop had been confronted over what he did when Islamist hoodlums  kicked down the gates, assaulted a would-be worshipper and threatened that they would not hesitate to use violence if the Ahmadis remained defiant.

    Rule of law? Not in Tebet, it appears, even if the Police Chief is present – all Sudarma did, we read, was try to mediate between the two parties. 

    Mediate? Again, the JP tells us that the violent vigilantes included IslamoNazis from the FPI, whose record of cowardly thuggery is known to all.

    Mediation between gangsters and their victims?

    There’s a sad photo of the scene, a solitary Ahmadi kneeling at prayer on the street, while a knot of men looks on, one lout so proud of his righteous role that he’s put on a scarf to hide his face. Gutless swine!

    And I’m glad I didn’t post this yesterday, as intended, because there’s updating to be done. This time from the Jakarta Globe. 

    … the FPI members threatened to return on Sunday.http://thejakartaglobe.beritasatu.com/news/jakarta/jokowi-touts-tolerance-ahmadis-come-threat/  They were duly back as promised, and harangued the Ahmadis. The police, who said they would post officers outside the house, were nowhere to be seen.

    Is this the sort of thing over which Jokowi – who in the same JG report is quoted  as saying,  just last Friday, that  “Ours is an Islam that is polite, full of courtesy and tolerance,”- is pleased to preside?

    Still, it could be worse. Elsewhere in recent years…

    Lombok’s Ahmadis were driven from their village by a rabid rabble, police present but inert.  


    ahmadis transito sectarian savages amok in Lombok


    Those victims remain refugees in their own country. 

    In Squalid Internal Exile, Lombok Ahmadis Denied Voting Rights 

    transito_camp_mataram Lombok’s Ahmadi refugees


    In Depok, West Java, one Ahmadi mosque was stolen by the local regime, Communist-style..’  https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2011/05/25/depok-jadi-kota-pki-islamist-council-grabs-private-property-communist-style/


    Ahmadiyah burned Koran in Cisalada Cisalada, West Java – the bigots burned not only the mosque, but the Ahmadis’ Koran as well


    Another, in Cisalada, was burned to the ground. . https://rossrightangle.wordpress.com/2012/07/14/west-java-islamists-again-attack-ahmadis-blame-foreign-journos/

    And in Banten Province, of course, on February 6th, 2011, three Ahmadis were brutally martyred by an Islamist mob –




    – again, while police looked on.


    The JP quotes a Tebet victim on the justification of Friday’s outrage offered by one evil bigot – the Ahmadis’ prayers disturbed his praying activities..


    devil destroyed

    The question arises – to whom do their persecutors pray?



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