Stop Violence In the Name of Religion

Violence in the name of religion still continues to occur in Indonesia. On December 18, 2009, occurred the destruction of the Catholic Church in St. Albert Housing Harapan Indah, Bekasi, West Java Province. The building was destroyed by a group of mob pelted stones at the church building.

Tragic incident above is one of a series of violence in the name of religion that occurred in this country within ten years. And, most alarming, a series of violent behavior in the name of religion is actually increasing the number and intensity in the last three years.

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in the name of this religion is actually an unlawful act, because the freedom to practice for every citizen in this country have been guaranteed by the constitution as one of the rights of citizens. It is guaranteed both in national law or international law, namely: the 1945 Constitution, the Universal Declaration Human Rights (UDHR), Law no. 12 of 2005 concerning Ratification of International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and Law no. 39 Year 1999 on Human Rights.

However, it is very unfortunate, officials and government authorities in this country as not capable of reducing violence in the name of religion. This all happened because of their lack of political will to protect, respect, and fulfill the rights of its citizens to freely run religion as guaranteed in the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia.

Therefore, Anand Krishna on a private initiative, has created an electronic petition to stop the violence in the name of religion in Indonesia (http://www.gopetition.com.au/petitions/stop-violence-in-the-name-of-religion.html .) This petition requires the support of the global community and people of Indonesia to press the Government of the Republic of Indonesia to seriously make efforts to stop violence in the name of religion in this country. This petition will be submitted to the Government of the Republic of Indonesia, the United Nations, and the embassies of foreign countries in Indonesia.

Anand Krishna
Anand Krishna is a spiritual activist and prolific writer who was born in Solo, on September 1st 1956

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