The Serendipity of B.J. Habibie
Tuesday, 17 September 2019
THAT night, before the May 1998 Reformasi, the Kalam Sinergi Assembly team (Masika-Indonesian Muslim Scholars Association) visited Vice President B.J. Habibie at his home. But the warm meeting resulted in nothing. The Masika team said that the student and public protests were too expansive—happening more than 400 times throughout Indonesia. Therefore, the team believed it was not wise to handle it with force. However, Habibie said the...
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