Indonesia's Yudhoyono in the Cross Hairs

It has seemed a mystery in recent weeks — why is the Ahmadiyah sect such a big issue all of a sudden in Indonesia? Ever since a violent attack in early February by a mob of some 1,500 people killed three sect followers in a small village in West Java, it has seemed obvious that the campaign against the Ahmadis is coordinated and systematic beyond whatever “threat” an estimated 200,000 members could pose to Indonesia’s roughly 205 million Muslims.

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