Indonesia rethinks religious teaching

Legislators in Indonesia are considering a bill requiring that students in private schools be taught religion by teachers who share their religious beliefs. A group of 10,000 students yesterday rallied outside of parliament to support the proposal, saying that the nation's Catholic schools indoctrinate students with lessons on Christianity.

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