Indonesian Islamist groups take part in a protest against the new so-called omnibus law near the National Monument (Monas) in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 13, 2020. Wearing white Islamic garb and waving red and white Indonesian flags, more than 1,000 protesters from Islamic and student groups gathered in the world's most populous Muslim nation on Tuesday to show discontent over a divisive new jobs law. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Indonesian Islamic groups with a reputation for mass mobilisation protest against the government's labor reforms bill in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 13, 2020. Conservative Islamic groups are among the latest to join the volatile street demonstrations, during which police fired tear gas on Tuesday to try to break up crowds, as pressure mounts on the government to repeal a law they say undermines labour rights and environmental protections. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

A member of an Indonesian Islamist group wearing a protective face mask stands near a barbwire during a protest against the new so-called omnibus law near the National Monument (Monas) in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 13, 2020. The country's largest Islamic organisation, Nahdlatul Ulama, is among its opponents and says it favours conglomerates while "trampling" on the rights of working-class Indonesians. REUTERS/Willy Kurniawan

Indonesian Islamic groups with a reputation for mass mobilisation protest against the government's labor reforms bill in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 13, 2020. Wearing white Islamic garb and waving red and white Indonesian flags, more than 1,000 protesters from Islamic and student groups gathered in the world's most populous Muslim nation on Tuesday to show discontent over a divisive new jobs law. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

Indonesian Islamic groups with a reputation for mass mobilisation protest against the government's labor reforms bill in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 13, 2020. Conservative Islamic groups are among the latest to join the volatile street demonstrations, during which police fired tear gas on Tuesday to try to break up crowds, as pressure mounts on the government to repeal a law they say undermines labour rights and environmental protections. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana

Indonesian Islamic groups with a reputation for mass mobilisation protest against the government's labor reforms bill in Jakarta, Indonesia, October 13, 2020. The country's largest Islamic organisation, Nahdlatul Ulama, is among its opponents and says it favours conglomerates while "trampling" on the rights of working-class Indonesians. REUTERS/Ajeng Dinar Ulfiana