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Query responses are replies to focused queries or requests for Information that are submitted in the course of the refugee status determination process.
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Indonesia: 1. Is there any record of Muslims targeting Christians? 2. Are Christians free to worship in Bali? 3. Any general information about Christians in Bali?

7 February 2007 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. What is the Ahmadiyah organisation in Sydney called and where is it located? 2. Are there any reports which describe the current situation for Ahmadi in Jakarta, Indonesia? Have there been any anti-Ahmadiyah events in Jakarta since 2004? 3. Is there an Ahmadiyah Mosque and/or organisation in Jakarta? 4. What are the main beliefs of Ahmadiyah? 5. Was there an Ahmadiyah gathering at Sukabumi, Jabar (or at Parung, West Java) on 7 July 2005 at which Abdurahman Assegaf threatened the Ahmadi? 6. Was there an Ahmadiyah gathering at Kampung Neglosari on 19 September 2005 at which Abdul Rahman Assegaf threatened the Ahmadi, and which led to violence? 7. How far from Jakarta are Parung, Sukabumi and Neglosari?

5 February 2007 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Please provide an update on the situation for Australian born Indonesians returning to Indonesia (with a catalogue of the sources consulted). Please note, in particular, the situation in Jakarta

30 January 2007 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Is there a group known as "Laskar Bali"? 2. Is this group part of, or the same as, the "Laskar Jihad" group? 3. I understand that the "Laskar Jihad" group was disbanded in 2002, has it re-formed since then? 4. Does either of these groups operate in Bali or Jakarta in 2006? 5. What is known about their activities in Bali and/or Jakarta? 6. Are Muslims forced to join the group? 7. As Muslims are a minority group in Bali, which is predominantly Hindu, are they subjected to any discrimination, backlash, harassment or mistreatment in Bali? 8. What protection, if any, is available from the Indonesian authorities from the activities of Laskar Bali or Laskar Jihad? 9. How difficult would it be for a Muslim, or a person who fears Laskar Bali or Laskar Jihad, to relocate to Jakarta or elsewhere in Indonesia?

23 November 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Please provide a brief update on the situation in Indonesia for ethnic Chinese in 2006

8 November 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Please provide information on the existence of factional splits in GAM. 2. Please provide information on the progress of the July laws in terms of implementation and political reaction

1 November 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Apart from a name is there anything else that readily identifies someone as being ethnic Chinese. 2. Would they be expected to speak Mandarin or Cantonese? 3. What beliefs or way of life could be considered to be significant as holding oneself out to be "Chinese"? 4. Is there record of the May (year unknown) riot in Tangerang? 5. Were "horrifying sex acts" targeted against ethnic Chinese reported? 6. What are conditions for Chinese in Tangerang? 7. Are Chinese shopowners and residences routinely looted? 8. Are they protected by the Government in this area? 9. What does "pribumi Muslim" mean? 10. Are there "reliable" rumours of "ethnic cleansing" of Chinese in this area and Indonesia generally?

5 October 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Have there been any reports of religious-based attacks on Christians, Christian churches, Christian run schools, or Christian businesses reported in the area of Jember, East Java? 2. If so, are women particularly at risk? 3. Does government take active steps to protect Christian people and property?

25 September 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Please advise the location of Pontianak and Tangerang. 2. Please advise if there is any reference to riots, looting, etc. in Tangerang in June 1999, December 2003 and November 2004. 3. Are there further references to looting or rioting in Tangerang on other occasions since 1995? 4. Please provide information about ethnic and/or racial tensions in this area, and also in Indonesia generally

15 September 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

Indonesia: 1. Would you provide some historical background and other general background detail about the Ahmadiyah? 2. Are there current reports about Ahmadiyah followers' places of worship, homes and shops being destroyed? 3. Are there reports about Ahmadiyah followers being attacked or abducted? 4. Are there reports as to the authorities' attitude to the Ahmadiyah and whether the police are either protecting followers from any attacks or investigating and prosecuting anyone who is burning churches or homes? 5. Has any violence occurred in Jakpus, Indonesia? 6. Please provide a brief description of Jakpus

15 September 2006 | Publisher: Australia: Refugee Review Tribunal | Document type: Query Responses

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