The Jakarta governor's race has turned into a fight between moderate and radical Muslims in the world's most populous Muslim nation, warn moderate Muslim leaders.
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DAP members have lodged police reports against Annuar Musa's competition, saying it incites hatred and threatens the safety of Lim Kit Siang.