Hundreds of Indonesian Muslims rallied at National Monument Park for the “212” reunion
On Dec 2, the “212” reunion has attracted hundreds of Indonesian Muslims rallied at National Monument Park.
The 212 reunion has been held annually since 2017 when it was called on to condemn former Jakarta governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, popularly known as Ahok, for blasphemy against Islam.
The attendance of notable figure, Ishaq Mustaqim, a self-proclaimed International Youth Mentor and Islam convert showed how important this event meant for Muslims.
He said that the event has nothing to do with radicalism but for good Muslims to pursue peace and Islam is about worshiping the God, Allah.