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March
Ahmadiyah Urge W. Java to Revoke Ban That Fuels Violence - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 31, 2011
Ministry to hold another meeting on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 29, 2011
Ministry invites Ahmadis to attend another dialog - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 28, 2011
‘Wise’ politicians key to religious tolerance - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 28, 2011
Depok to Seize Ahmadiyah Mosque Sealed Shut by Mob - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 28, 2011
Jakarta Journo: End of the Line For Ahmadiyah? - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 28, 2011
Depok to open seized Amadiyah mosque to all Muslims - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 27, 2011
Religious Affairs Minister Resolute on Controversial Decrees - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 26, 2011
Bombs Provide Ammo for Preaching Tolerance - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 25, 2011
Dialogue Won’t Wait for Ahmadiyah - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 25, 2011
Societal security and the danger of military partiality - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 25, 2011
Indonesia's Yudhoyono in the Cross Hairs - Irrawaddy News, Thailand - March 24, 2011
Fresh Attacks on Ahmadis as Peace Dialogues Begin - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 24, 2011
Yudhoyono plays down ‘fairy tale’ coup threat - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 24, 2011
Peaceful Lives, Violent Deaths: The Silent Cries of the Ahmadis - The Huffington Post, USA - March 23, 2011
Activists Slam Govt Inaction on Ahmadiyah Cases - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 23, 2011
Ahmadiyah skips ‘biased, unfair’ govt-initiated dialogue - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 23, 2011
Ahmadiyah Declines Invite to Ministry Dialogue - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 22, 2011
Ministry meeting likely ‘one-sided’: Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 22, 2011
‘Bad intentions’ in Ahmadi rebuff of govt meeting: Minister - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 22, 2011
Ahmadi Muslim killed in Pakistan - Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International - March 21, 2011
Year 2010, bloodiest chapter in history of Ahmedi killings - Daily Times, Pakistan - March 21, 2011
INDONESIA: Rule by violence - AHRC, Hong Kong - March 21, 2011
Demands to ban Ahmadiyah flare across archipelago - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 21, 2011
The fate of minorities in Pakistan [Letter] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 21, 2011
Hesitant government a loophole for radicalism - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 21, 2011
Was Jinnah secular? [Opinion] - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - March 20, 2011
Enough Is Enough for Ahmadis - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 20, 2011
Jakarta Journo: SBY’s Legacy Soiled On Freedom of Faith - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 20, 2011
Home minister rejects US influence on Ahmadiyah issue - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 19, 2011
Police coercing members to quit faith, sect claims - Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - March 19, 2011
Int’l groups ask RI to stop prosecuting Ahmadis - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 18, 2011
Indonesia faces a looming constitutional crisis - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 18, 2011
Military Challenged on Ahmadi Claim - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 18, 2011
Indonesia Urged to Probe ‘Forced Conversions’ - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 17, 2011
US Lawmakers Urge Yudhoyono to Revoke Ahmadiyah Bans - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 17, 2011
Seditious comments of the radical clergies - Weekly Blitz, Bangladesh - March 16, 2011
Indonesian military backs religious persecution - ABC News Lateline, Australia - March 16, 2011
Military Intervention on Ahmadiyah Legal: Patrialis - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 16, 2011
18 Ahmadiyah Members in West Java Renounced Their Faith - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 16, 2011
Soldiers’ roles in Ahmadiyah program ‘voluntary’ - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 16, 2011
Hundreds protest in Jakarta, urge religious freedom - Reuters, India - March 15, 2011
28 Ahmadis Set to Renounce Faith: MUI - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 15, 2011
TNI should not be involved in Ahmadi conversions, says House official - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 15, 2011
Indonesia: Revoke Provincial Decrees to Ban a Faith - Human Rights Watch, USA - March 15, 2011
Police, Military ‘Intimidate’ Bogor Ahmadis to Convert - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 14, 2011
Communities join to combat violence - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 12, 2011
Does SBY have the guts to ban violent groups? [Opinion] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 12, 2011
Bogor Mob Attacks Ahmadi Homes After Noon Prayers - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 11, 2011
NGOs suggest reviews on Ahmadiyah bans - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 11, 2011
Antagonizing religious minorities [Opinion] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 11, 2011
No Politics In Push to Protect the Ahmadiyah: Churches - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 09, 2011
Depok rules to ban Ahmadiyah from public worship - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 09, 2011
Priests rebuff claim they politicized attacks on minorities - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 09, 2011
Fight Ahmadis With Prayers, Not Punches: Military Chief - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 08, 2011
Fauzi Bowo U-Turn: No Ahmadiyah Ban - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 08, 2011
MUI urges government to ban Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 08, 2011
Jakarta will not outlaw Ahmadiyah: Governor - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 08, 2011
Indonesia: USCIRF Urges Protection of the Ahmadiyah - U.S. Commission on International Religious Freedom, USA - March 7, 2011
Pakistanization of Indonesia? [Opinion] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 07, 2011
Kontras accuses police of publicity stun - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 07, 2011
HRWG to File Report on Ahmadi Killing to UN - Viva News, Indonesia - March 07, 2011
Police Say Ahmadis Wanted Banten Raid to Happen, Name 14 Suspects - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 06, 2011
Government Warns Muhammadiyah Against Politicizing Ahmadiyah Issue - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 06, 2011
United States Calls for Religious Tolerance in Indonesia - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 05, 2011
Muhammadiyah demands firm against on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 04, 2011
Jakarta mulls banning Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 04, 2011
Grave of Ahmadi dug up in West Java - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 04, 2011
Body of Ahmadiyah Follower Dug Up in Bandung - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 04, 2011
After East Java, West Java Bans All of Ahmadiyah’s Activities - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 04, 2011
South Sulawesi outlaws Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 03, 2011
Ministers Back Moves to Tighten Grip on Ahmadiyah - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 02, 2011
AGO supports local bans on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 02, 2011
Banning Ahmadiyah not a solution: Yenny - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 02, 2011
RI seeks to redefine freedom amid rising religious violence - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 02, 2011
An Ahmadi Named Suspect on Mob Attack Case - Viva News, Indonesia - March 1, 2011
Government Supports Ahmadiyah Ban in East Java - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - March 01, 2011
E. Java Ahmadiyah decree violates constitution, harms pluralism - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 1, 2011
Organizations demand govt disband Ahmadiyah in S. Sulawesi - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 1, 2011
Crowd bullies Ahmadi at trial, disrupts courtroom - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - March 1, 2011
February
Best to Disband Ahmadiyah, Religious Minister Says - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 28, 2011
Rights groups condemn local bans on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 28, 2011
Ahmadis in C. Sulawesi told to stop using house as place of worship - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 28, 2011
Regional Indonesian Politicians to Ban Or Curb Ahmadiyah - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 26, 2011
Understanding right to religious freedom [Opinion] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 25, 2011
Indonesia: For Ahmadiyah, the Official Line Kills - Human Rights Watch, USA - February 24, 2011
Bashir Says Ahmadiyah Worse than the PKI - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 24, 2011
MUI Official Blames Government for Bogor Attack - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 24, 2011
Ahmadi in Court Over Stabbing as Banten District Bans Sect Entirely - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 24, 2011
US, Australia warn RI about growing intolerance - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 24, 2011
Religious Violence In Indonesia [Editorial] - VOA News, USA - February 23, 2011
Indonesia must commit to freedom of religion - Amnesty International, USA - February 23, 2011
PPP lawmaker interrupts plenary, discussing Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 22, 2011
Ahmadiyah’s Critics Are the Ones Who Should Declare a New Faith - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 22, 2011
Ahmadis Receive Promise of Protection From Central Sulawesi Police - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 21, 2011
MUI Denies Ahmadiyah Attacks a Result of Its Fatwa - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 21, 2011
Islamic hardliners plan Jakarta march - Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - February 20, 2011
A democratic Islam? [Editorial] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 20, 2011
Blasphemy Law Review Demanded Amid Strife - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 19, 2011
Blasphemy Law Review Demanded Amid Strife - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 19, 2011
Disband Ahmadiyah or Else, Hard-Liners Warn - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 19, 2011
Difference in doctrine not enough reason to disband Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 19, 2011
Ahmadiyah refuses to be named new religion - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 19, 2011
Indonesia is no longer a poster child for pluralism - Guardian, UK - February 18, 2011
FPI Vows to Disband Ahmadiyah ‘Whatever It Takes’ - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 18, 2011
FPI Threatens to Oust SBY if He Doesn’t Disband Ahmadiyah - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 18, 2011
MUI Won’t Back Down on Ahmadiyah Fatwa - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 18, 2011
Crowds of FPI demonstrators arrive in Central Jakarta - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 18, 2011
Police correct statement: No Ahmadi suspects in Cikeusik lynching - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 18, 2011
Ahmadis should live on isolated island: Legislator - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 17, 2011
Govt searching for common threads in recent violence - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 17, 2011
Disband Ahmadis and we won’t attack them, FPI says - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 17, 2011
Muslim cleric named suspect in Cikeusik lynching - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 17, 2011
Ahmadiyah ‘Still Part of Islam’ DPR Told - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 17, 2011
No Remorse Shown in Ahmadi Attack - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 17, 2011
FPI Not to Blame for Bloodshed In Banten: Lawyer - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 17, 2011
Ahmadiyah Follower Named a Suspect in Banten Violence - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 17, 2011
Police detain six suspects in Pandeglang Ahmadiyyah attack - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 16, 2011
FPI promises no attack against Ahmadiyyah in Jakarta - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 16, 2011
House to Question Ahmadiyya Today - Viva News, Indonesia - February 16, 2011
World Muslim Leader praises role of media after sectarian attacks - Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International - February 15, 2011
Herald exclusive: Shrunken space - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - February 15, 2011
Herald Exclusive: The law of diminishing utility - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - February 15, 2011
Expert warns of new Indon terror links - Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - February 15, 2011
Two Cikeusik suspects still at large: Police - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 15, 2011
Blue ribbons worn to distinguish Ahmadis, attackers: Police - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 15, 2011
Ahmadis make plea for no ban - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 15, 2011
Indonesia — Land of Tolerance or Terror? - The Huffington Post, USA - February 14, 2011
Yellow Journalism Turns Bright Yellow - A research paper by Abdul Wasay - Decemberr 06, 2011
Presidential Spokesman Says Govt Will Not Bow Down to FPI Threat - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 14, 2011
Activists Say Police Allowed Ahmadiyah Attacks - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 14, 2011
Eight suspects named in Ahmadiyah lynching - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 14, 2011
New Banten police chief inaugurated after lynching - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 14, 2011
Fatal Cikeusik attack ‘may have been orchestrated’ - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 14, 2011
Unchecked hate speech ‘exacerbates intolerance’ - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 14, 2011
Intolerant Indonesia - Newsweek, USA - February 13, 2011
Editorial: Shameful days - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 13, 2011
Break Up Regime of Hate Before it’s Too Late [Opinion] - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 13, 2011
Govt urges restraint over calls to ban Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 13, 2011
Tolerance for religions tested in Indonesia - Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - February 12, 2011
DPR’s Religious Harmony Bill Gets Wings - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 12, 2011
Religion Run Amok - Wall Street Journal, USA - February 11, 2011
Banten Police Chief Loses Post in Wake of Religious Violence - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 11, 2011
Assailant leader captured in Cikeusik footage recorded by A - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 11, 2011
Commentary: Didn’t you see the writing on the wall? - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 11, 2011
Police release religious leaders linked to Cikeusik attack - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 11, 2011
Ahmadiyah attack cameraman faces questioning - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 11, 2011
Banten Police Say Only Two Suspects Detained in Ahmadiyah Attack - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 11, 2011
Rights Watchdog Says Man Who Filmed Ahmadiyah Attack Under Protection - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 11, 2011
Hard-Liners Demand Govt Ban Ahmadiyah Sect - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 11, 2011
Blue ribbons may indicate attack on Ahmadis was planned - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 10, 2011
FPI threatens to topple Yudhoyono - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 10, 2011
No special measures for Ahmadis: Fauzi Bowo - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 10, 2011
US deplores Pandeglang, Temanggung attacks - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 10, 2011
Ahmadiyah, diversity and the nation [Opinion] - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 10, 2011
Govt, House urge for Ahmadiyyah decree to become law - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 10, 2011
Three More Suspects Arrested for Ahmadiyah Attack in Banten - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 10, 2011
Ahmadis Should Declare a New Religion: Politician - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 10, 2011
Ahmadiyah Brought Attack on Themselves: Officials - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 10, 2011
Ahmadiyyas barred from holding jalsa salana - New Age, Bangladesh - February 09, 2011
Indonesian mobs step up sectarian violence - Sydney Morning Herald, Australia - February 09, 2011
Indonesia President Calls for Disbanding of ‘Violent’ Groups - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 09, 2011
Ahmadi Killings Put Focus on Tiny Village - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 09, 2011
Religious Persecution in Indonesia: Murder in God’s name - The Economist, UK - February 08, 2011
Editorial: Banten: Murder in The Name of Religion - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 08, 2011
Police Arrest Two for Alleged Roles in Ahmadiyah Attacks - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 08, 2011
Minister told to take precautions when commenting on Ahmadiyah - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 08, 2011
Questioning the freedom of religion in Indonesia - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 08, 2011
Editorial: Ahmadiyah: State terrorism - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 08, 2011
TMUI’s edict contributed to anti-Ahmadiyah violence - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 08, 2011
Mufti Hannan produced in Khulna court - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - February 08, 2011
Indonesian authorities must investigate Ahmadiyya killings - Amnesty International, USA - February 07, 2011
Indonesia: Revoke Decree Against Religious Minority - Human Rights Watch, USA - February 07, 2011
Eight questioned over deadly Indonesia religious clash - MSN News, Philippines - February 07, 2011
Ahmadis Recount Morning of Terror - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 07, 2011
Yudhoyono: Punish Banten Officials Guilty of Negligence - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 07, 2011
Editorial: Turning Blind Eye to Religious Bullies - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 07, 2011
Indonesia demands probe into attack on Muslim sect - Yahoo News (via AP) - February 07, 2011
Police question suspects over Indonesia clashes - Yahoo News (via AFP) - February 07, 2011
Head of Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat responds to killing of 3 Ahmadi Muslims in Indonesia - Ahmadiyya Muslim Jamaat International - February 07, 2011
Top figures, NGOs gather, condemn anti-Ahmadiyah violence - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 07, 2011
Tough action called for after attack on Ahmadis - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 07, 2011
Indonesia mob attacks ‘heretic’ Muslims, kills 3 - Zee News, India - February 07, 2011
Victims of Ahmadiyah Attack to Be Buried in Jakarta - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 07, 2011
Two Ahmadiyah Followers Missing After Banten Attack - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 07, 2011
Horrific Video Shows Brutality of Attack on Ahmadiyah - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 07, 2011
Horrific Video Shows Brutality of Attack on Ahmadiyah - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 07, 2011
Bigots foil Ahmadiyya convention - The Daily Star, Bangladesh - February 07, 2011
Police recount anti-Ahmadiyah violence in Banten - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 06, 2011
Minister Orders Govt Agencies to Look Into Ahmadiyah Clash - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 06, 2011
Police Arrive to Secure Site of Ahmadiyah Conflict in Umbulan - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 06, 2011
Six Ahmadiyah Followers Killed in Clash in Banten: Witness - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 06, 2011
Pakistan is headed for a clerical tsunami: analysts - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - February 06, 2011
Republic of Fear and Bigotry [Opinion] - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - February 05, 2011
Hand out blinkers for blasphemy law - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - February 04, 2011
Pakistan MP drops effort to repeal blasphemy laws - BBC News, UK - February 3, 2011
Indonesian Media Flaws Fuel Interreligious Conflict, Experts Say - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - February 03, 2011
Rights watch condemns police lax on Ahmadiyah attack - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - February 03, 2011
Indonesia: Protect Ahmadiyah Community From Violence - Human Rights Watch, USA - February 02, 2011
Pakistan: Drop Blasphemy Charges Against 17-Year-Old - Human Rights Watch, USA - February 02, 2011
January
FPI Thugs Hound Ahmadiyah in South Sulawesi - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 31, 2011
Don’t dare touch blasphemy law - The Nation, Pakistan - January 31, 2011
Secular politicians jump on blasphemy bandwagon - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - January 31, 2011
Raging FPI Mob Disrupts Annual Ahmadiyah Prayers in Makassar - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 29, 2011
Punjab governor rules out change in blasphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - January 28, 2011
Rally Rages Outside Bogor Court Trial on Ahmadiyah Village Attack - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 27, 2011
Crowd bullies Ahmadi at trial, disrupts courtroom - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - January 27, 2011
Kidnapping for ransom a boon for militants - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - January 26, 2011
Rights group slams Pakistan for abuses - The Nation, Pakistan - January 25, 2011
Altaf’s statement and remembering the 1953 martial law in Punjab - The News International, Pakistan - January 25, 2011
Violations of Religious Freedom in Indonesia Rise in 2010 - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 25, 2011
Indonesia Clerics Alleging Ahmadiyah Ties Protest Candidates - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 25, 2011
Governor Wants Lombok Tolerant, but Ahmadiyah-Free - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 25, 2011
Extremist Intimidation Chills Pakistan Secular Society - National Public Radio, USA - January 24, 2011
Hounded Indonesia Muslim Group Still in Dire Straits - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 24, 2011
26 shots that sent Pakistan over the edge - The Washington Post, USA - January 23, 2011
In Pakistan, Islamic hard-liners expanding their grip on society - Los Angeles Times, USA - January 21, 2011
Religious frenzy grips Pakistan - Pakistan Observer, Pakistan - January 20, 2011
Ahmadiyah Villagers Still Enduring Abuse From Neighbors After Attack - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 20, 2011
‘Apartheid’ in Pakistan [Guest Voices] - The Washington Post, USA - January 19, 2011
Rally against changes in blasphemy laws - The News International, Pakistan - January 18, 2011
Defiance of law: Tahaffuz rally speakers threaten courts - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - January 18, 2011
Jamaat-ud-Dawa rally: Banned outfit incites violence - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - January 17, 2011
The Thinker: Faith Talks Silenced - [Column]- Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 17, 2011
MUI fatwa feeds flames of clerics’ hate speech - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - January 17, 2011
Manislor, the largest Ahmadiyah ghetto - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - January 17, 2011
In Jakarta, Ahmadis left relatively unscathed - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - January 17, 2011
Anti-Ahmadi pogrom alive and well - The Jakarta Post, Indonesia - January 17, 2011
Blasphemy allegations: Another Christian family on the run - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - January 15, 2011
Pakistan’s Pols Paralyzed by Religious Extremism - Time CNN, USA - January 13, 2011
JI asks MQM to clarify stand on blasphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - January 13, 2011
Hard-Liners, Police Shut Down Tolerance Talk in Surabaya: Activists - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 13, 2011
Taseer murder: Sunni Ittehad warns against protests - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - January 10, 2011
TNR rally warns govt not to touch blasphemy law - Daily Times, Pakistan - January 9, 2011
How the blasphemy law divided the nation - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - January 09, 2011
JI wants people to learn a lesson from Taseer’s murder - The News International, Pakistan - January 09, 2011
VIEW: An open letter to President Zardari - II - Shahid Saeed - Daily Times, Pakistan - January 8, 2011
Fazl demands Blasphemy Law bill removal - The News International, Pakistan - January 08, 2011
Arson attacks against Berlin mosques continue - The Local, Germany - January 8, 2011
Religious parties pledge support to assassin - The Nation, Pakistan - January 6, 2011
Ulema warn against any change in blasphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - January 06, 2011
Religious parties unite to protect Qadri - Daily Times, Pakistan - January 6, 2011
The End of Jinnah’s Pakistan [Opinion] - By Sadanand Dhume - Wall Street Journal, USA - January 05, 2011
Salmaan Taseer: murder in an extremist climate - The Guardian, UK - January 05, 2011
Lawyers shower roses for governor’s killer - Daily Dawn, Pakistan - January 5, 2011
Hardline Stance: Religious bloc condones murder - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - January 05, 2011
‘No grief, no sorrow’ - The Nation, Pakistan - January 5, 2011
Religious Affairs Ministry Courts Controversy With Islamic Awards - Jakarta Globe, Indonesia - January 05, 2011
Blasphemy laws: Religious right flexes its muscles - The Express Tribune, Pakistan - January 01, 2011
Nation protests any change in blasphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - January 01, 2011
City shuts in protest at bid to change blasphemy law - The News International, Pakistan - January 01, 2011
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