Indonesian Atheists

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Indonesian Atheists
Logo of Indonesian Atheists.jpg
Abbreviation IA
Formation October 2008
Location

Indonesian Atheists (IA) is a community that accommodates atheists, agnostics, and irreligious in Indonesia.[1][2] The community provides a place for Indonesian nonbelievers to express their opinions.[1][3] IA was founded by Karl Karnadi[1][2][3] in October 2008.[4]

Although most of the activities of IA are still limited in the Internet,[1][2][3][5] several public gatherings have been held in Jakarta and other cities.[3] Members are gathered through social networks such Facebook and Twitter.[5]

IA is also an associate member of Atheist Alliance International.[6]

Footnotes[edit]

  1. ^ a b c d Kaum Ateis, Bukalah Topengmu, Radio Nederland, 23 December 2010, retrieved 22 July 2011 
  2. ^ a b c The Rise of Indonesian Atheism, Jakarta Globe, 7 December 2010, retrieved 22 July 2011 
  3. ^ a b c d Metro Madness: Therapy for the Godless, Jakarta Globe, 24 September 2010, retrieved 22 July 2011 
  4. ^ Indonesian Atheists (IA) official blog.
  5. ^ a b Atheism 2.0 -- Indonesia's nonbelievers find refuge online, AFP, 24 January 2009, retrieved 22 July 2011 
  6. ^ Atheist Alliance International's main site

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