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أحلامنا المشتركة -> Greens Press -> Churches destroyed in Indonesian violence
عدد مرات القراءة 20092006-06-07

CHURCHES DESTROYED IN INDONESIAN VIOLENCE

EU CONDEMNED FOR FAILING TO INTERVENE IN RELIGIOUS FREEDOM CRISIS

GREEN Party Euro-MP Caroline Lucas has condemned the EU for failing to take
action to stamp out a growing wave of religious violence and attacks on
hundreds of churches and mosques in Indonesia.

In April she raised the issue with EU External Relations Commissioner Benita
Ferrero-Waldner, calling for the EU to lead international pressure after
reports of official failure to tackle an escalation of religiously-motivated
attacks in the predominantly Muslim nation.

She cited recent events, including:
• Christians being banned from worship
• Police turning a blind eye to physical harassment of Christian pastors
• The destruction of more than 100 churches in West Java since 2001
• The burning down of four mosques and numerous houses of moderate Muslims
in September 2005
• The beheading of three teenage girls on their way to a Christian school

“These shocking reports reveal a growing crisis of religious freedom in
Indonesia and the government must bring the violence to an end immediately,”
said Dr Lucas.

“Indonesia is a pluralist society and the government and all its religious
and ethnic communities must respect the fundamental human right of freedom
to worship.”

But Mrs Ferrero-Waldner told the MEP it welcomed the Indonesian government’s
approach to upholding minority rights and would not put it under any public
pressure, preferring instead to stick to ‘constructive dialogue’.

Dr Lucas said the decision was a dereliction of duty which made the EU
partly complicit in the ongoing religious violence.

“There is a clear need for the international community to put the Indonesian
authorities under pressure to stop the closures of churches and other places
of worship and investigate all allegations of complicity in religious
attacks by police and security forces,” she said.

“The EU is committed to the defence of human rights and, as a leading
trading partner of Indonesia, it has a duty to take the lead in applying
this pressure.

“The Commission has admitted that though it is ‘concerned’ about the
situation it will not apply any public pressure on Indonesia. This is a
shameful dereliction of duty which makes the EU partly responsible for the
ongoing violation of religious freedom and other fundamental human rights in
Indonesia.”






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