(English) In Indonesia, a Mosque and a Church Foster Friendship Amid Religious Tensions
St. Paul’s Church in Jakarta, Indonesia. About 90 percent of Indonesia’s 260 million people are identified as Muslim, but the country has a small, influential Christian population. Credit Kemal Jufri for The New York Times

(English) In Indonesia, a Mosque and a Church Foster Friendship Amid Religious Tensions

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