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Members of hardline Muslim groups hold a big national flag as they attend a protest against Jakarta's incumbent governor Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, an ethnic Chinese Christian running in the upcoming election, in Jakarta, Indonesia.

An aerial view shows members of hardline Muslim groups attending a protest against Jakarta's incumbent governor.

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According to The Associated Press, many in the pro-Purnama demonstration, which took place at the National Monument at Merdeka Square in Central Jakarta and the surrounding blocks, were waving Indonesian flags and chanting, "United Indonesia cannot be defeated." Additionally, lawmakers, religious leaders and human rights activists participated in the march.

"We are gathering here not to protest but to show that we are not easily divided by religious or political issues," Budiman Sujatmiko, a legislator from the country's largest political party, Indonesian Democratic Party of Struggle, told AP.

The protesters, led by a group called the Islamic Defenders Front, chanted "God is greatest" and waved placards calling for Purnama, popularly known as Ahok, to be jailed for blasphemy.

Saturday's protest comes after at least 100,000 Muslims, led by hardline groups, protested in the streets of Jakarta earlier this month and called on police to jail Purnama over his alleged comments.