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Why Indonesia Still Doesn't Care About Uighurs Moslem

Why Indonesia Still Doesn't Care About Uighurs Moslem
China has shown its cruelty, Muslims continue to be tortured even though they have received a reprimand from the United Nations,

US was react with humans right issue when US Vice President Mike Pence yesterday slammed the country's human rights situation and its crackdown on Muslims. 
Pence said: 'Millions of ethnic and religious minorities in China are struggling against the [Communist] party's efforts to eradicate their religious and cultural identities'. 

And now, Republicans and Democrats are planning to try to force U.S. President Donald Trump to take a more active stand on human rights in China

Beijing has faced widespread criticism after being accused of detaining at least one million Muslims in re-education centres in the far-western region of Xinjiang. 
Its been described as the worst human rights crisis in the world the arbitrary detention in sprawling camps of a million or more Uighur Muslims in China

But where's Indonesia ?
We never heard any react from the government withhuman rights situation and its crackdown on Muslims.
Are the country with the biggest moslem population can be ready to stand up for Chinese Moslem ? 

I don't know what they are waiting for,” said Omer Kanat, director of the Uyghur Human Rights Project in Washington, DC. 
"All the evidence shows that a crime against humanity is being committed by the Chinese government in East Turkestan,” he added, using the Uyghur preferred name for Xinjiang.

While many are looking toward the Middle East, Turkey, or China’s neighboring Muslim-majority nations of Pakistan and Kazakhstan as possible leaders, the best hope for pressure from the Islamic world may come from an unlikely place Southeast Asia, namely, an Indonesia

The systematic repression of China's ethnic Uyghur Muslims in Xinjiang Autonomous Region has caused little angst in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim country, thousand of Muslims in Indonesia held a protest against China's treatment of Muslim Uighurs in Xinjiang
The rally was organised by hardline Islamic group the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) 

but The Indonesian government by and large sees the Uyghur crackdown as a legitimate response to separatism, and it will no more interfere in China's domestic affairs than it would accept Chinese suggestions for how it should deal with Papua.

The fact that China is Indonesia's largest trading partner and second largest investor adds to its reluctance to speak out, but economic considerations are not the major factor here, they must to Stand up 
For Human Rights and for Moslem