Truth or Consequence

By Imam Shofwan DILI and VIQUEQUE – She is said to have been breathtakingly beautiful, and even now, decades later,… Read More

Burmese Workers: Going from Bad to Worse

By Zaw Naing Oo Khant Zaw was so thirsty and hungry after walking all night without food and water that… Read More

Thai-Muslim Students Abroad Eyed with Suspicion

By Nita Roshita Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Pattani, Thailand – The seven young people in the room look nervous. They want… Read More

A Legacy of Blood

By Maria Rita Hasugian PAILIN, CAMBODIA — The road was slippery, and several times the motorcycle taxi we were riding… Read More

The (Religious) Minorities’ Retort

By Allen V. Estabillo SHAH ALAM, Selangor, Malaysia – Except for the silver-plated sign at the left corner of its… Read More

Hindu Temples Under Siege

By Allen V. Estabillo KUALA LUMPUR — The moment he received the eviction notice from the Kuala Lumpur City Hall… Read More

Who’s Afraid of Pesantrens?

By Montri U-domphong PASURUAN, Indonesia – Having the largest Muslim population in the world, it is no surprise that Indonesia… Read More

Coming Through Slaughter

By Philip S. Golingai POSO DISTRICT, Indonesia – A dark sky threatens to unload torrents of rain down on Poso… Read More