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Jakarta Governor Ahok Asks for Prayers as He Faces Trial for Blasphemy

Jakarta Governor Ahok Asks for Prayers as He Faces Trial for Blasphemy
Jakarta’s Christian governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, popularly known as Ahok, was emotional and spoke softly as he asked people to pray for him while he goes on trial for blasphemy.
The naturally outspoken governor asked for prayers so that he will have a fair trial and that the issue will be resolved soon. He said he has surrendered the trial’s outcome to God, who decides the fate of everyone.
Ahok confessed the case has taken much of his attention, and he wants it to be over so he can focus on more pressing matters.
“I ask you to pray for me so that the legal process is fair and transparent, and I hope I can get past this trouble as soon as possible,” he said, according to The Jakarta Post. “Therefore, I can use my time to provide better services to Jakarta residents.”
The police named Ahok as a suspect in a blasphemy case on Nov. 16. Ahok responded to the National Police summons on Thursday, which officially turned the case over to the Attorney General’s Office.
He is being charged under Article 156 Section A of the Criminal Code. If found guilty of blasphemy, he could be incarcerated for a maximum of 5 years.
Police gave the dossier to the AGO on Friday, and the AGO declared it complete.
Sirra Prayuna, Ahok’s lawyer, praised the AGO for taking less than two weeks to process the dossier.

Prayers Now Allowed In Public Schools After NJ School Board Revises Religion Policy

Prayers Now Allowed In Public Schools After NJ School Board Revises Religion Policy
Prayer during classroom time, along with organized prayer groups, will be allowed in the Montgomery Township Public School District in Somerset County, New Jersey, following school board members’ approval of revisions this month to the school district policy about religion in public schools. The policy recognizes students are protected by the First Amendment of the U.S. Constitution and by the New Jersey State Constitution, both of which ban the establishment of religion in the schools. It also acknowledges religion is a personal matter.
Montgomery Township Board of Education members approved the revisions after a state-mandated policy was issued. This policy replaces earlier versions of the policy that were adopted in 1999 and 2005, reports Central Jersey.
The former policies stated “no devotional exercises or displays of a religious character will be permitted in this district, nor shall instructional activities be permitted to advance or inhibit any particular religious sect or religion generally.”