Indonesia is set to vote for a new president on Wednesday. It has been a bitterly divisive campaign and there are concerns that political tensions are inflaming religious intolerance.

Minority Christians hope that the end of the campaign season, could also mean a return to a way of life that has long been free of religious animosity.

Al Jazeera's Jamela Alindogan reports from Yogyakarta.

Source: Al Jazeera