Indonesian Radio Show Promotes 'Liberal Islam'

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Though Indonesia has a secular government, fundamentalists have gained some ground in the world's most populous Muslim country. A group of intellectuals is trying to counter the trend by sponsoring a call-in radio show that promotes what they call "liberal Islam." Kelly McEvers reports.



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