Muslim enforcers go after LGBT Indonesians

06/21/2010 | BBC

Indonesia's image as a modern Muslim country is threatened by attempts by hard-liners to enforce anti-LGBT religious laws. "They choose to be with people of the same sex, and it is a crime in our religion. If the government doesn't want to do anything about them, we have to," said a member of the anti-gay group Islamic Defenders Front.

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