In this Tuesday, Aug. 2, 2011 photo, members of Ahmadiyah sect, from left to right, Mariamah, Sutarno and Matori Abdullah, who fled their homes following the lynching that killed three of the sect followers in February, sit inside their safe house in Banten in the outskirt of Jakarta, Indonesia. Indonesia, a young democratic nation with more Muslims than any other in the world, is often held up an example of religious tolerance, but in recent years religious minorities, from Christians to the Islamic sect, Ahmadiyah, have increasingly been the victims of attacks. (AP Photo/Dita Alangkara)