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Growing Up Away from Home

Monday, January 30, 2023

Ahmadi children suffer from persecution, but hold no grudges. They want to grow up to become doctors and pilots.

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Children at the Transito Dormitory in Mataram, West Nusa Tenggara, November 27, 2022. TEMPO/Purwani Diyah Prabandari‬ . tempo : 171926795069.

IDAYATUN Rasna, 30, still vividly recalls a bloody incident that occurred in Sambik Elen, Bayan subdistrict, North Lombok Regency, West Nusa Tenggara, in 2002. At that time, she was still in the fourth grade. This eldest child of Syahidin and Senah was playing with her friends when the attack took place. “We ran to the field and hid. We were afraid,” she said when met at the Transito Dormitory in Majeluk, City of Mataram, West Nusa Te


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