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Crying, Disappointed after Ahok Sent to Prison for Blasphemy
Crying, Disappointed after Ahok Sent to Prison for Blasphemy
A supporter of Jakarta Governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama weeps near the court following his conviction of blasphemy in Jakarta, Indonesia May 9, 2017. An Indonesian court on Tuesday sentenced the minority Christian governor of Jakarta to two years in prison for blaspheming the Quran, a shock decision that undermines the country's reputation for practicing a moderate form of Islam. REUTERS/Darren Whiteside
  • Crying, Disappointed after Ahok Sent to Prison for Blasphemy
  • Crying, Disappointed after Ahok Sent to Prison for Blasphemy
  • Crying, Disappointed after Ahok Sent to Prison for Blasphemy
  • Crying, Disappointed after Ahok Sent to Prison for Blasphemy
  • Crying, Disappointed after Ahok Sent to Prison for Blasphemy
  • Crying, Disappointed after Ahok Sent to Prison for Blasphemy
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