Strong signs of radicalisation have been discovered at almost half the mosques located in government ministries, state agencies and state-owned companies in Greater Jakarta, according to a new survey.
An analysis of hundreds of audio recordings, done by volunteers at 100 mosques between late September and early October last year, showed that radical narratives were spread during the weekly Friday sermons at 41 of them.
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