In March 2011, a suspicious package arrived at a community centre in East Jakarta.
It was addressed to a prominent leader of the Liberal Islamic Network who has his office here.
Inside the package was a letter and a book entitled: “They must be killed for their sins against Islam.”
It was clear this was no ordinary book – and fearing the worst – they called the police.
Once again, religious intolerance and extremism became a threat in the world’s most populous Muslim country; Indonesia.
This is the first time a prominent intellectual Liberal Muslim Leader has been targetted for assassination.
Citizen Journalists Malaysia KSTan reports from Jakarta.