印度尼西亚 亚齐省基督徒抗议圣堂被烧毁、当局渎职

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    [all Nations: crushes the head of the IMF 666: declare war on Saudi Arabia! ] 07/23/2012 12:52 INDONESIA: Aceh, Christians protest over burned church and authorities inertia The fire dates to July 18 in Singkil regency. Pews and musical instruments destroyed in the fire. Since May last year the local government, under pressure from Islamists, has sealed off 20 Christian places of worship, four of which are Catholics. Jakarta (AsiaNews) - Concern is growing among Christians in the province of Aceh, victims of a series of recent attacks by extremist groups or unknown assailants.
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    [all Nations: crushes the head of the IMF 666: declare war on Saudi Arabia! ] 07/23/2012 12:52 INDONESIA: The violence is worsened by the policy of local authorities, who instead of halting attacks, continues closing churches and prayer halls for the (alleged) lack of building permits, required for all construction in Indonesia (religious and non-religious). In the document published these days, the Christian Alliance of United North Sumatra denounces that since last May at least 20 house churches or prayer chapels have been closed down by Singkil regency officials. Among these, ten belonged to the Pakpak Dairi Christian Protestant Church (Gkppd) and four were Catholic.
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    » 07/23/2012 [Saudi Arabia punishes Iraq: because it no longer do pass the Salafist Al Qaeda in Syria. in IRAQ: Suicide attacks and car bombs hit 13 cities, 91 dead and 172 wounded] This is the worst string of attacks since the start of the year. The worst-hit areas are north of Baghdad. Kirkuk is also attacked. Baghdad (AsiaNews/Agencies) - The toll so far from attacks in 13 Iraqi towns and cities stands at 91 dead and 172 wounded in what experts see as the worse string of attacks and shootings since the start of the year. The worst-hit place was Taji, a Sunni neighbourhood some 20km (12 miles) north of Baghdad, where at least 24 people were killed. A car bombing at a government building in the northern Baghdad district of Sadr City killed at least 12 officials and police.
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    [Saudi Arabia punishes Iraq: because it no longer do pass the Salafist Al Qaeda in Syria. in IRAQ: Suicide attacks and car bombs hit 13 cities, 91 dead and 172 wounded] Other attacks were reported in Kirkuk, Dhuluiya (70 km north of Baghdad), Saadiya (Dyala, northeast of the capital), Khan Beni-Saad (Dyala), Tuz Khurmatu (Salah ad-Din) and Dibis (Kirkuk). On Sunday, bombings south of the capital killed at least 17. The attacks come days after Abu al-Qaeda in Iraq leader Bakr al-Baghdadi announced a new offensive to retake areas the organisation had retreated from before US soldiers left the country last December. "The majority of Sunnis in Iraq support al-Qaeda and are waiting for its return," he claimed in an audio message posted on militant websites. Still, no one has yet claimed responsibility for the latest attacks.
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    [Saudi Arabia punishes Iraq: because it no longer do pass the Salafist Al Qaeda in Syria. in IRAQ: Suicide attacks and car bombs hit 13 cities, 91 dead and 172 wounded] Terrorists struck police stations, government buildings and checkpoints. In view of the pattern of the violence, Iraqi security forces were the intended targets, analysts say. In fact, in a single incident, 15 soldiers were reportedly killed on a base in Dhuluiya. Since the US pullout, security in the country has been ensured by Iraqi forces. In the capital, police checkpoints were hit by car bombs, army bases were struck by mortar fire, and one policeman was even attacked in his home.
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    [Saudi Arabia punishes Iraq: because it no longer do pass the Salafist Al Qaeda in Syria. in IRAQ: Suicide attacks and car bombs hit 13 cities, 91 dead and 172 wounded]In Taji, where a string of explosions went off, another explosion struck when police arrived on the scene to help. In all, at least 41 people were killed, including at least 14 police. Violence dipped in Iraq following an upsurge in 2006 and 2007. However, it has now returned after the US pullout in a country reeling from worsening political instability. At least 237 people were killed during June alone.

» 2012/07/23 15:59
印度尼西亚
亚齐省基督徒抗议圣堂被烧毁、当局渎职
by Mathias Hariyadi
烧毁圣堂事件发生在七月十八日,部分条凳和乐器被烧毁,自五月以来,地方政府当局迫于伊斯兰势力的压力查封了二十多座基督教宗教活动场所,其中天主教会占四处


雅加达(亚洲新闻)- 印度尼西亚亚齐省极端势力团伙和不明身份歹徒对基督徒和基督信仰团体发起了系列暴力攻击,令当地基督徒深感忧虑。而地方当局和警察局不但没有采取行动制止 歹徒,却继续以未经许可为由下令查封基督教活动场所。在印尼,建造宗教和非宗教活动场所须经当局批准。为此,印尼"北苏门答腊基督教联盟"发表声明,揭露 自五月以来当地至少二十座基督教宗教活动场所遭封杀的现象,其中四座为天主教会活动场所。
       今天发表的文件中,"联盟"领导人一致指出,此类攻击导致了"日渐增长的忧虑"。因为少数派宗教团体得不到任何"保护或承认",特别是亚齐省部分地区成了 迫害宗教自由的暴行肆虐。而宗教自由"是我国宪法正式承认的"。此外,基督教会领导人将矛头直指雅加达中央政府,批评其坐视地方行政当局侵犯人权和公民自 由权。
       文件中特别提到了七月十八日发生的最新一起在基督教堂纵火事件。一伙不明身份歹徒闯进圣堂后泼洒了十五升汽油纵火,部分条凳和乐器被烧毁。迄今,警察局没有抓到任何嫌疑犯。
       印尼最西部的亚齐省是全国唯一一个实施伊斯兰教义沙利亚的地区。但总的来说,穆斯林和其它非穆斯林团体之间的气氛相对和谐。近一段时间以来,情况有所变化:少数派宗教团体不断遭到攻击、极端组织的势力越来越大,也更加肆无忌惮。
       四月地方选举中,一度流亡瑞典的分离势力领导人阿卜杜拉赫获胜。他的竞选口号是铲除腐败、实施伊斯兰法规。而严格的伊斯兰教义是分离势力向雅加达提出的停 止武装斗争的条件之一。近一段时间以来基督教会设施不断遭到攻击、宗教活动场所被迫关门,足以充分验证了当地日益紧张的局势。
       此外,当局还以未经批准为名,勒令当地宗教活动场所和圣堂关门。


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» 23/07/2012 11:52
INDONESIA
Aceh, i cristiani protestano per una chiesa bruciata. L’inerzia delle autorità
di Mathias Hariyadi
Il rogo risale al 18 luglio nella reggenza di Singkil. Nell’incendio distrutte alcune panchine e strumenti musicali. Dal maggio scorso l’amministrazione locale, dietro pressioni degli islamisti, ha messo i sigilli a 20 luoghi di culto cristiani, di cui quattro cattolici.


Jakarta (AsiaNews) - Cresce la preoccupazione fra i cristiani della provincia di Aceh, vittime di una serie di recenti attacchi da parte di gruppi estremisti o di sconosciuti. Alle violenze si unisce la politica delle autorità locali che, invece di fermare gli assalti, continua ad emettere provvedimenti di chiusura di chiese e luoghi di culto per la (presunta) assenza del permesso di costruzione, necessario in Indonesia per realizzare un edificio (religioso e non). In documento pubblicato in questi giorni, il movimento cristiano Alliance of United North Sumatra denuncia che dal maggio scorso sono stati messi i sigilli ad almeno 20 chiese domestiche o cappelle di preghiera da parte dei funzionari della reggenza di Singkil. Tra queste, una decina appartenevano alla comunità  Pakpak Dairi Christian Protestant Church (Gkppd) e quattro erano cattoliche.
In un comunicato diffuso oggi, i leader della Alliance of United North Sumatra affermano che gli attacchi sono causa di "crescente preoccupazione", dato che non vi sono "tutele o riconoscimenti" per tutti i gruppi religiosi fra cui le minoranze. In particolare a Singkil la situazione è in continuo peggioramento, con palesi violazioni alla libertà religiosa che "è un diritto riconosciuto in via ufficiale dalla nostra Costituzione". I leader cristiani puntano inoltre il dito contro il governo centrale a Jakarta, che non interviene nei riguardi delle singole amministrazioni locali che violano i diritti e le libertà dei cittadini, compresi i non musulmani.
Nel documento ufficiale viene anche ricordato l'ultimo episodio di violenze nella reggenza di Singkil, avvenuto lo scorso 18 luglio. Alle prime luci dell'alba la casa di preghiera della comunità Pakpak Dairi Christian Protestant Church (Gkppd) è stata assaltata e data alle fiamme da un gruppo di sconosciuti. Nel rogo sono andate distrutte alcune panchine e diversi strumenti musicali, ma il pronto intervento dei fedeli ha scongiurato la completa devastazione dell'edificio. All'interno della struttura sono stati rinvenuti circa 15 litri di benzina; finora gli inquirenti non hanno individuato alcun colpevole.
La provincia di Aceh, la più occidentale dell'arcipelago di Indonesia, è anche l'unica in cui vige la shariah; il rispetto delle regole è inoltre assicurato dalla presenza per le strade della "polizia della morale", un corpo speciale che punisce le violazioni al costume. In passato sotto la guida del governatore Irwandy Yusuf - capo della guerriglia - vigeva una relativa calma e armonia interreligiosa fra maggioranza musulmana e "stranieri" di diverse confessioni non islamiche. Tuttavia, negli ultimi tempi la situazione è cambiata: sono iniziati gli attacchi contro le minoranze religiose, l'ala fondamentalista ha guadagnato sempre più potere e libertà di azione.
Alle elezioni dello scorso aprile ha trionfato Zaini Abdullah, anch'egli leader della guerriglia separatista a lungo in esilio in Svezia, che ha promesso lotta alla corruzione e applicazione della legge islamica (cfr. AsiaNews 18/04/2012 Zaini Abdullah, nuovo governatore di Aceh, promette più Shariah). Ed è proprio la rigida applicazione della shariah una delle condizioni poste dai ribelli indipendentisti a Jakarta, per mettere fine alla guerra armata. A testimonianza della crescente tensione interreligiosa, nel recente passato l'area è stata teatro di attacchi e violenze contro le comunità cristiane, che hanno portato alla chiusura dei luoghi di culto (cfr. AsiaNews 07/05/2012 Minacce estremiste ad Aceh: le autorità chiudono tre chiese e AsiaNews 19/06/2012 Aceh, centinaia di estremisti islamici attaccano una casa di preghiera cristiana). Alle violenze si sono aggiunte le chiusure di chiese e luoghi di culto nella zona, disposte dalle autorità per la mancanza del permesso di costruzione degli edifici (il famigerato Imb, Izin Mendirikan Bangunan).


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» 07/23/2012 12:52
INDONESIA
Aceh, Christians protest over burned church and authorities inertia
by Mathias Hariyadi
The fire dates to July 18 in Singkil regency. Pews and musical instruments destroyed in the fire. Since May last year the local government, under pressure from Islamists, has sealed off 20 Christian places of worship, four of which are Catholics.


Jakarta (AsiaNews) - Concern is growing among Christians in the province of Aceh, victims of a series of recent attacks by extremist groups or unknown assailants. The violence is worsened by the policy of local authorities, who instead of halting attacks, continues closing churches and prayer halls for the (alleged) lack of building permits, required for all construction in Indonesia (religious and non-religious). In the document published these days, the Christian Alliance of United North Sumatra denounces that since last May at least 20 house churches or prayer chapels have been closed down by Singkil regency officials. Among these, ten belonged to the Pakpak Dairi Christian Protestant Church (Gkppd) and four were Catholic.

In a statement released today, the leaders of the United Alliance of North Sumatra say that the attacks are of "growing concern", given that there is no "protection or recognition" for all religious groups, above all minorities. The situation in Singkil in particular is getting worse, with gross violations of religious freedom which is " recognized officially by our Constitution." Christian leaders also point the finger at the central government in Jakarta, which does not intervene in cases where individual local governments violate the rights and freedoms of citizens, particularly non-Muslims.

The statement also recalls the last episode of violence in Singkil regency on July 18. At dawn the Pakpak Dairi Christian Protestant Church (Gkppd) house of prayer was attacked and set on fire by a group of strangers. Pews and several musical instruments were destroyed, but the prompt intervention of the faithful prevented the complete destruction of the building. Inside the structure about 15 liters of petrol were found, so far investigators have not identified any culprit.

The province of Aceh, the westernmost of the archipelago of Indonesia, is also the only one which is subject to Sharia, compliance with which is ensured by the "moral police", a special force that punishes violations in dress and behavior. In the past, under the leadership of Governor Irwandy Yusuf - head of the guerrilla war - a relative calm and religious harmony between the Muslim majority and "foreigners" of various non-Islamic faiths prevailed. However, recently the situation has changed: attacks against religious minorities have started, the fundamentalist wing has gained more power and freedom of action.

In elections last April, the victor was Zaini Abdullah, also leader of the separatist guerrillas in exile in Sweden, who has promised to fight corruption and impose Islamic law (see AsiaNews 04/18/2012 Aceh's new governor Zaini Abdullah pledges more Sharia). The strict application of Sharia is one of the conditions also posed by separatist rebels in Jakarta, to end the armed struggle. As evidence of the growing interfaith tension in the recent past, the area was the scene of violence and attacks against Christian communities, which led to the closure of places of worship (see AsiaNews 07/05/2012 Extremist threats in Aceh: authorities close three churches and AsiaNews 19/06/2012 Hundreds of Muslim extremists attack Christian prayer house in Aceh). Further adding to tensions and violence is the closures of churches and places of worship in the area, arranged by the authorities who claim they are without the proper building permits (the infamous IMB, Izin Mendirikan Bangunan).


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11/11/2011 INDONESIA
West Java, Muslim and Christian intellectuals against mayor’s attempts to cancel Protestant church
by Mathias Hariyadi
08/27/2010 INDONESIA
Jakarta, Christians, Buddhists and Muslims demand tolerance from extremists
by Mathias Hariyadi
07/23/2009 INDONESIA
West Java, Protestant church demolished by local government
by Mathias Hariyadi
02/24/2011 INDONESIA
Bekasi, assault on a Protestant church: mild sentences for Islamic leaders
05/16/2012 INDONESIA
Maluku, Christian neighborhood attacked
by Mathias Hariyadi