9,000 Jailed Christians Receive Sentence Reductions for Christmas in Indonesia

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(Worthy News) - Indonesia reduced the sentences of over 9,000 Christian prisoners on Christmas day, including the sentence of a Christian governor jailed on blasphemy charges.

According to the Jakarta Post, Indonesia's Law and Human Rights Ministry has reduced the sentences of 9,333 Christian inmates. As a result, at least 175 inmates were eligible for release.

"Of the total, 175 inmates were freed upon receiving remissions," a Law and Human Rights Ministry official was quoted as saying. [ Source: Christian Post (Read More...) ]

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1 thought on “9,000 Jailed Christians Receive Sentence Reductions for Christmas in Indonesia

  1. Wait a minute. How was this not listed in "Christian Persecution"?

    There are 9,000 Christians jailed in Indonesia? Seriously?

    Or, by "Christian" is that including a bunch of Catholics using the name and disobeying laws there?

    This should have been brought to the attention of all.

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