‘Facade of tolerance’: Is Indonesia’s blasphemy law unfair to minority groups?

When Jozeph Paul Zhang, an Indonesian-Chinese Christian evangelist, uploaded a video on YouTube last month from a country in Europe, he deliberately used provocative language to attract attention.The 40-year-old claimed he was the “26th Prophet” and had a mission to correct “heresies”.Prophet Mohammed, the founder of Islam, is revered by adherents as the 25th and final prophet, so Zhang’s video went viral and provoked outrage in Indonesia, where Muslims make up 90 per cent of the 270-million…

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