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Indonesia, the world’s most populous Muslim-majority nation, had a long tradition of inter-religious harmony, but since 1998, has experienced increasing religious Christian persecution. Under pressure from Islamic hardliners, an average of 40 churches per year are forcibly closed. The government uses a Catch-22 strategy in which churches are closed for not having building permits, but it is nearly impossible to get a building permit for a house of worship for anything but a mosque.

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