An Indonesian court has sentenced a woman to two years in prison for posting a viral video on TikTok in which she said an Islamic phrase before eating pork.
On 27 June 2023, President Joko Widodo (Jokowi) delivered a speech in the Rumoh Geudong in Pidie, Aceh. Between 1989 and 1998, when Aceh had the status of a Military Operations Area (Daerah Operasi Militer, DOM), this was a place where people were murdered and endured severe torture.
Research into the securitisation of Australian Muslims and Islam after the September 11, 2001 attacks on the USA has revealed its negative effects on individuals’ sense of belonging and social interactions with non-Muslims. However, what remains less well understood is its impact on intra-community relationships between Muslim men and women.
Jakarta’s recent breaking of an organ trafficking ring has cast a light on a grim regional trade.
Indonesian soldiers’ alleged killing of an Acehnese man triggers painful memories of military abuses
The alleged murder of the man has triggered painful memories in Aceh of Indonesia’s past violent crackdown in the province among local residents.
Indonesian police say they’ve arrested 88 Chinese citizens for involvement in a cross-border telephone and online romance scam syndicate after receiving a tip from Chinese security ministry.
Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi said on Tuesday freedom of expression should not give someone a free pass to discriminate against others based on religion following multiple Quran-burning incidents in Europe.
A student called Lala is part of the reason why Universitas Hasanuddin in Indonesia is working to create a more inclusive environment.
At a temporary shelter in Aceh, a mother who travelled by boat to Indonesia dreams of a better life for her children.
Indonesia’s National Commission on Violence Against Women (Komnas Perempuan) held its first-ever hearing on the country’s mandatory hijab regulations, inviting two schoolgirls, six mothers, and two fathers to testify.
To redress its history of human rights violations, the Indonesian government needs to hold responsible actors to account, including those still in power.
Some 50 domestic workers took to the front of Indonesia’s parliamentary compound in Jakarta on Monday, sitting under a tent with plates before them.
An Indonesian push for a Southeast Asian return to values rooted in an ancient Indo civilisation amounts to an innovative attempt to manage polarisation.
Six contestants in the Miss Universe Indonesia pageant have filed complaints with police, accusing organisers of sexual harassment.
A Muslim preacher has been arrested on charges including blasphemy and hate speech after his Islamic boarding school provoked protests for allowing women to preach and pray beside men, police said.