Plot to undermine Indonesian president

Ex-generals fomenting tensions to weaken 'reformist' leader, Al Jazeera learns.


    Religious minorities often find themselves under attack in Indonesia. Experts say these attacks are well planned.

    Al Jazeera has discovered that retired generals in the country are secretly backing groups involved in anti-Christian violence. They hope to weaken president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono's government, which they feel is too reformist.

    Step Vassen reports from Jakarta in this exclusive investigation.

    SOURCE: Al Jazeera


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