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New Indonesian Anti-Communists Seek Elusive Enemies

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Rahmat Himran was 10 years old when the Suharto military dictatorship fell in Indonesia in 1998. He hadn’t even been born when the Indonesian Communist Party, or PKI, was outlawed in 1966 after a military-led massacre of between 500,000 and one million suspected Communists and leftists. But he still insists that Communists are “everywhere” today, and he has dedicated his life to anti-Communist activism.“My parents were almost killed by Communists in my hometown of Manado in the 1960’s,”...

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