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May 14, 2003

Green Left Weekly - May 14, 2003

Herbert Docena, Jakarta – Organisers of the "Iraq and the Global Peace Movement: What Next?" conference, which will be held here on May 19-21, expect attendance by as many as 200 delega

April 21, 2003

Jakarta Post - April 21, 2003

Jakarta – At least 2,000 people marched through the streets of Yogyajarta in central Java on Sunday, calling for a holy war against the United States in one of the largest protests here

April 14, 2003

Radio Australia - April 14, 2003

In Indonesia, about 5,000 Muslims have staged a rally near the city of Yogyakarta to pray for the people of Iraq.

April 10, 2003

Jakarta Post - April 10, 2003

Jakarta – Some 600 people rallied on Wednesday outside the US embassy, torching an effigy of a gun-toting US President George Bush and describing the war in Iraq as genocide.

Jakarta Post - April 10, 2003

Jakarta – The Star Party of Reform (PBR) failed on Wednesday to make good on its earlier boast that it would gather one million supporters in a rally against the US-led attack on Iraq.

April 9, 2003

Green Left Weekly - April 9, 2003

Max Lane, Jakarta – On March 30, at least 100,000 people marched through this city's streets to protest against the invasion of Iraq by the United States and its British and Australian

Jakarta Post - April 9, 2003

Jakarta – With the war in Iraq moving closer to its third week old, anti-American protesters in the country displayed no signs of fatigue as they continued to voice their demand for an

April 7, 2003

Jakarta Post - April 7, 2003

Jakarta – Thousands of people on Sunday took part in anti-war protests in several cities across the country, AFP reported.

Jakarta Post - April 7, 2003

Jakarta – The Golkar Party made a belated debut in the anti-war protest stakes on Sunday, more than two weeks after many other groups took to streets across the country to condemn the U

Reuters - April 7, 2003

Jerry Norton, Jakarta – The president of Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, told a conference of Islamic women on Monday that women across the world should launch a mov

April 6, 2003

Jakarta Post - April 6, 2003

Makassar – McDonald's restaurant at the Ratu Indah Mall here was still closed on Saturday following threats from anti-US demonstrators.

Jakarta Post - April 6, 2003

Jakarta – The two largest political parties came under fire from a small party on Friday for not joining the antiwar rallies against the United States-led strike on Iraq, which has now

April 5, 2003

Jakarta Post - April 5, 2003

Solo – A crowd of 10,000 people burned a mock Statue of Liberty and chanted "Bush is a terrorist" during a boisterous anti-war rally on Friday in the world's largest Muslim nation.

April 4, 2003

Jakarta Post - April 4, 2003

Jakarta – While the United States military and coalition troops moved closer to Baghdad, antiwar protests here continued on Thursday, with some targeting Arab countries which support th

Radio Australia - April 4, 2003

Indonesia's vice president Hamzah Haz has lashed out at the US-led war against Iraq, calling President George W Bush the "king of terrorists".

April 3, 2003

Jakarta Post - April 3, 2003

Max Lane – Todung Mulya Lubis makes some sensible points in his interview with The Jakarta Post on March 31.

Agence France Presse - April 3, 2003

Thousands of Indonesians staged protests in several cities as the US-led war against Iraq entered its third week, with some burning President George W. Bush in effigy.

March 31, 2003

Kompas - March 31, 2003

Jakarta – Around 1 million people – originating form at least 25 political parties and social organisations – held a demonstration in Jakarta on Sunday, in the framework of opposing the

Jakarta Post - March 31, 2003

Tiarma Siboro, Jakarta – Jakarta's main thoroughfares turned into seas of humanity as hundreds of thousands of people from various religions and ethnic groups took to the streets in the

March 30, 2003

Reuters - March 30, 2003

Dean Yates and Telly Nathalia, Jakarta – More than 100,000 angry Indonesians, many carrying young children, jammed the streets of Jakarta on Sunday, shouting anti-American slogans and w

Agence France Presse - March 30, 2003

Around 200,000 people gathered in front of the United States embassy in the Indonesian capital in the biggest anti-war rally yet in the world's largest Muslim-populated nation.

March 29, 2003

Jakarta Post - March 29, 2003

Jakarta – A rally calling for peace by hundreds of students in Jakarta on Friday was in marked contrast to a number of other rowdier rallies around the country against the United States

Jakarta Post - March 29, 2003

Jakarta – Hundreds of Indonesians protested in several cities on Friday against the US invasion of Iraq, with UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan as well as President George Bush coming in

Asia Times - March 29, 2003

Gary LaMoshi, Denpasar – Along with the refusal of Iraqis to follow the United States and British "shock-awe-welcome liberators" script, a major surprise in the first week of the war ha

March 28, 2003

Jakarta Post - March 28, 2003

Jakarta – Rallies to protest against the attack on Iraq continued on Thursday across the country, with demonstrators in some cities expanding their targets to parties not affiliated wit

Jakarta Post - March 28, 2003

Jakarta – Indonesia has criticized the United Nations' Security Council (UNSC) for its failure to take a clear stand against the United States' military campaign in Iraq.

March 27, 2003

Radio Australia - March 27, 2003

Several Indonesian Non Government Organisations say they will refuse funds from America, Britain and Australia, in response to those countries involvement in the war on Iraq.

Associated Press - March 27, 2003

Jakarta – If a Muslim group has its way, moviegoers in the Indonesian city of Bandung will no longer get to watch films such as Daredevil or Chicago.

Laksamana.Net - March 27, 2003

Tens of thousands of Indonesian protesters took to the streets on Thursday to oppose the US-British bombardment of Iraq.

March 26, 2003

Jakarta Post - March 26, 2003

Yuli Trisuwarni, Bandung – The Ka'bah Youth Movement Muslim organization has threatened all movie theaters in the West Java capital of Bandung to stop showing American and British films

March 25, 2003

Agence France Presse - March 25, 2003

Indonesia promised to safeguard westerners amid continuing anti-war protests as police said 10 Muslim radicals arrested for allegedly harassing foreigners could face a year in jail.

Laksamana.Net - March 25, 2003

The Indonesian Forum for the Environment (Walhi) has severed ties with one of its main donors, the United States Agency for International Development (USAID), in protest against the US-

Associated Press - March 25, 2003

Jakarta – Ten members of a radical Islamic group were arrested in Jakarta yesterday after they tried to force their way into a Sizzler restaurant in a thwarted bid to harass foreigners

March 24, 2003

Jakarta Post - March 24, 2003

Muninggar Sri Saraswati and Tertiani ZB Simanjutak, Jakarta – The wave of antiwar rallies continued on Sunday with thousands of protesters taking to the streets across the country to ex

Jakarta Post - March 24, 2003

A'an Suryana, Jakarta – As the antiwar protests become rowdier, scholars urged the government on Sunday to swiftly move to prevent them turning violent.

Antara - March 24, 2003

Jakarta – Indonesia's Vice President Hamzah Haz has rejected US President George W.Bush's request to close down the Iraqi embassy in Jakarta.

March 22, 2003

Jakarta Post - March 22, 2003

Jakarta – Hundreds of Muslims activists forced the closure of an American fast-food franchise in Surabaya, East Java, as nationwide rallies to protest the US-led war in Iraq continued o

March 21, 2003

Reuters - March 21, 2003

Dean Yates and Jerry Norton, Jakarta – Demonstrators took to the streets on Friday in 10 cities in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country, to protest against US-led attacks

Jakarta Post - March 21, 2003

Jakarta – Indonesian Military (TNI) chief Gen. Endriartono Sutarto warned anti-war protesters in the country on Thursday to avoid staging anarchic demonstrations.

Agence France Presse - March 21, 2003

Both moderate and radical Indonesian Islamic leaders reacted angrily to the start of the US-led war on Iraq as police stepped up security in the world's largest Muslim-populated nation.

March 20, 2003

Reuters - March 20, 2003

Jerry Norton and Dean Yates, Jakarta – The cabinet of the world's most populous Muslim nation was discussing the US attack on Iraq on Thursday, Indonesia's chief security minister told

Asia Times - March 20, 2003

Tony Sitathan, Jakarta – This Thursday is a day of reckoning for Iraq, when its 48-hour ultimatum issued by the president of the United States, George W Bush, expires.

March 19, 2003

Agence France Presse - March 19, 2003

An Islamic youth group threatened to force US and allied diplomats to leave Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim-populated nation, amid rising condemnation of the planned war against I

Jakarta Post - March 19, 2003

Palu – A rally by hundreds of students opposing possible US-led military action in Iraq here on Tuesday ended with them illegally barricading an outlet of the US-based Kentucky Fried Ch

March 18, 2003

Reuters - March 18, 2003

Dean Yates, Jakarta – Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country, blasted the United States on Tuesday for its ultimatum to Iraq as moderate Islamic leaders warned that war wou

March 10, 2003

Agence France Presse - March 10, 2003

A prayer rally in the province of East Java in Indonesia, the world's largest Muslim-populated country, attracted hundreds of thousands of Muslims to pray for peace and a non-violent en

March 8, 2003

Jakarta Post - March 8, 2003

Fabiola Desy Unidjaja, Jakarta – Jakarta and Surabaya will see a wave of mass rallies in a couple of days to show Indonesia's strong opposition to a possible attack on Iraq.

February 28, 2003

February 24, 2003

Straits Times - February 24, 2003

Robert Go, Jakarta – As war clouds loom nearer and the prospects for more mass demonstrations against a United States-led invasion against Iraq grow in Indonesia, at least one man is re

February 15, 2003

Straits Times - February 15, 2003

Robert Go, Jakarta – The chief of Indonesia's largest Muslim organisation has warned that an attack on Iraq would spark street riots and the resurgence of radicalism in the world's most