Members of the conservative Islamic group, the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI as it is known in Indonesia) protests against the upcoming Miss World competition which will be held in Indonesia starting this week on September 3, 2013 in Jakarta, Indonesia. Hundreds of members of hardline Islamic group holding signs reading 'Tolak (Reject) Miss World' and 'Miss World is Whore Contest' gathered in Jakarta's main traffic circle marched to the headquarters of the Indonesian broadcaster who is broadcasting the 2013 Miss World competition. (Getty Images)
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