A report was released in Indonesia calling on the government to deal with religious intolerance between Muslims and Christians.
11/24/2010 Indonesia (The Jakarta Post) – The government need to immediately address growing religious intolerance, particularly in areas where Muslim hardliners and Christian evangelicals were competing on the same ground, a report says.
The report also recorded six points that had significantly raised tension in Muslim-Christian relations. Three of these points lay the blame on the government.
The report said the government had failed to prevent intimidation of religious minorities and to promote religious tolerance as a national value.