Indonesia: Open letter on human rights violations against the Ahmadiyya in West Java
In this open letter Amnesty International expresses its concerns about intimidation, threats and violence against several Ahmadiyya communities at the hands of certain religious groups and organizations, as well government officials in the province of West Java. The organization is particularly concerned that government authorities are failing to protect these communities and, in some cases, actively taking part in their persecution.
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