Islamic sect Ahmadiyah faces ban in Indonesia
In Indonesia, the members of a small religious sect called the Ahmadiyah are finding life increasingly difficult.
Muslim hardliners accuse them of blaspheming against Islam, and groups of extremists have attacked their mosques and homes.
Indonesia is a secular country, with freedom of religious expression enshrined in the constitution, but now even the government is debating whether to disband the sect.
Kate McGeown reports.
21 Apr 2011
- From the section Asia-Pacific