By Dr. Abdas Sabur , Thailand. AMAN is a network that brings together individuals, groups and associations of Muslims in Asia subscribing to a progressive and enlightened approach to Islam. Since its inception in , AMAN has been cooperating with groups whether they are Muslims or of other faiths, and whether they are working with grassroots communities or engaged in research and policy advocacy for the eradication of poverty, environmental protection, human rights, social justice, inter-faith and inter-cultural dialogue, communal harmony and peace. As a network, AMAN provides forums to share ideas and experiences, facilitates follow-up processes to synchronize the actions and programs launched by common interest groups and individuals in Asia within its effective reach.
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Anti-Christian Incidents Nearly Doubled in Indonesia in - The Christian Post
We welcome the opportunity given to us to discuss the returning women and children to the country of origin, and the new conversation. Violent extremism has impacted women, girls, young women and men differently. Because of the shifting trend in violent extremism, men are no longer the only actors in terror acts, women, girls and boys, and young women are gradually increasing to be engaged in violent extremist networks. The involvement of women in violent extremism cannot be seen as a passive agent, rather they are a complex phenomenon with diverse engagements. ISIS has fallen.
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Acts of violence and intolerance against Christians in Indonesia almost doubled in , with an Islamist campaign to close down churches symbolizing the plight of the religious minority. The Indonesian Protestant Church Union, locally known as PGI, counted 54 acts of violence and other violations against Christians in , up from 30 in The number of such incidents against religious minorities in general also grew, from in to in , but the worst is perhaps yet to come if authorities continue to overlook the threat of extremism, said a representative from the Jakarta-based Wahid Institute, a Muslim organization that promotes tolerance. Rumadi, who goes by a single name, said his Wahid Institute also observed an attempt to institutionalize intolerance in this archipelago of about million people, of whom about 88 percent Muslim.