From Compass Direct:
Muslim protestors have attacked at least four churches over the past three weeks in the regions of East Java, West Java and North Sumatra, Indonesia.
A crowd of approximately 100 people attacked the Gereja Protestan Indonesia (GPI) church in East Bekasi on January 9. Government officials had given permission for the church to renovate an old house which they had used as a church since 1975. However, leaders of the local Amar Ma”arut mosque encouraged Muslim neighbors to protest against the renovations. Church members met with local government and mosque officials on January 12 and agreed to suspend renovations temporarily.
Meanwhile, two other churches were attacked in Surubaya in late December and early January, and a bomb was placed in another church in Medan, North Sumatra. Muslim protestors forced the two churches in Surabaya, East Java, to close their doors. The pastor of one of the churches received death threats from the attackers.