Two motorists ride past a mosque decoration in Jakarta on June 30, 2015. AFP PHOTO / ADEK BERRY
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Members of an Indonesian minority Islamic sect protested Thursday against the forced closure of one of their mosques amid concerns over rising religious intolerance in a country which is home to world's largest Muslim population.Ahmadiyah is one of several religious minorities in Indonesia. Hardline Indonesian Muslims accuse Ahmadiyah and other Muslim minorities of apostasy.Members of the Ahmadiyah community said it has stood there for decades and that hardline Islamic groups had pressured authorities to seal it.
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