This AP story was kindly forwarded to me by Internet Haganah; I can’t find it anywhere on the web at this moment. It’s a bit of good news in the ongoing persecution of the Catholic school in Tangerang — which is part of the ongoing jihad against Christians in Indonesia.
Indonesian officials on Monday knocked down a brick wall erected by a hardline Islamic group to block access to a Catholic school it accused of converting local Muslims, police and school officials said.
The Sang Timur Catholic school to the west of Jakarta was closed in early October when the Muslim group built the two-meter-high (seven-foot-high) wall in front of its gates.
Local government workers demolished the wall hours before former Indonesian President Abdurrahman Wahid, who is a well-known interfaith activist, arrived to discuss the issue with local people.
“The former president said we need to be tolerant of each other,” said Derikson Turnip, a priest at the school. “We should not resort to violence because of our differences.”