Bali prisoners riot and destr오바마카지노oy buildings on September 24, 2009 during a daylong protest by Bali’s Indonesian community against the death of three political prisoners in Indonesian jails.
The three men, Allister Chiles, Thammarat Nair and Muhyiddin Yusuf, were freed on September 26, 2009. The Indonesian government then suspended detention of the three 영양출장마사지prisoners in June 2011 and ordered them to return to Bali.
“I am a Bali-born Christian man. This is my right as a Muslim,” Mr. Yusuf told the BBC News website.
Mr. Nair was jailed four years earlier after attacking his fellow inmates during an argument, police said. He was released in November 2011 after serving 10 months in prison under house arrest.
“I have been accused of trying to force people to convert to Islam, this is false,” he told the AP news agency. “I do not believe it.”
The five others being tried in Indonesia in the current case also received non-religious religious rehabilitation programs in Bali 울산출장샵and the Netherlands last year, the Associated Press quoted prosecutors from the Indonesian National Bureau for Security.
All the prisoners in the case are lawyers with the Jakarta-based human rights group Arakan, which filed their appeals, a lawyer in the prosecution’s office told the AP.
The detainees are now free on bail.
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