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Indonesia to Expand Abusive Blasphemy Law

Expand Muslim protesters display flags with Arabic writings that read: "There's no God but Allah and Muhammad is his messenger" during a rally in Jakarta, Indonesia, Friday, Oct. 26, 2018.  © AP Photo/Achmad Ibrahim Indonesia is set to expand its abusive blasphemy laws as part of an overhaul of the country’s Criminal Code. In September President Joko Widodo ordered parliament to postpone voting on the draft Criminal Code to allow more time for review. While that raised hopes the six new blasphemy provisions would be revised, it’s clear the review won’t include them. Indonesian officials argued…

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