Of course, if anything bad happens to Muslims, it’s always the fault of not enough Islam. “Muslim Leaders in Indonesia Push for Implementation of Islamic Law,” From Compass, with thanks to Witness.
Following the deadly May 28 bombing in Tentena, Indonesia, both Muslim and Christian leaders have expressed concern about corruption and violence in the country. Some Muslim leaders believe the best solution is the nationwide implementation of sharia (Islamic law). Congresses held in Jakarta in 2004 and Sulawesi in March 2005 recommended that sharia principles be introduced through a revision of Indonesia’s criminal law. Meanwhile, provincial councils are including more sharia principles in local bylaws. In some provinces, governors have restricted freedom of worship for Christians.