Indonesian pray in Holy land
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Under the Ontario Human Rights Code, discrimination because of religion (creed) is against the law. Everyone should have access to the same opportunities and benefits, and be treated with equal dignity and respect, regardless of their religion.
Religion includes the practices, beliefs and observances that are part of a faith or religion. It does not include personal moral, ethical or political views. Nor does it include religions that promote violence or hate towards others, or that violate.
As of June 9th, 2018, Israel government plans to ban Indonesian passport holder to enter their country. This ban is an act of retaliation to what Indonesia’s government did to 53 Israel’s citizen whom their visas to enter Indonesia were being rejected.
Along these years, Indonesian passport holder who wants to visit Israel can obtain special visa for religious pilgrimage purpose, as no diplomatic agreement between Indonesia and Israel.
This petition is intended to urge all respective authorities such as Indonesia government (represents by Ministry of Foreign Affair) and United Nations to solve this issue and push Israel to withdraw this ban.
Israel/Palestina, spesifically Jerusalem, is the holy place for three religions. And having accesible religion activity everywhere in this world, is part of human rights.
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