Society & Culture
Will Indonesia be the next country to normalise relations/have peace with Israel?
After the US has offered Indonesia an increase of aid by up to $2 billion if it normalised ties with Israel, the question of normalisation with Israel remains. But what do Indonesians think about it, and how are Indonesians divided about this issue?
Join a conversation with Gilang Lukman, the first Indonesian to study MA in Middle East in Oxford University and a Peace Advocacy Fellow of the Balfour Project, and get an idea why in Indonesia, despite living far away from the middle east, Israel-Palestine is such a concerning issue among global conflicts, and how it divides communities there.
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