Christian communities across Indonesia are bracing for further attacks ahead of Easter Sunday following a suicide bombing at the Sacred Heart of Jesus Cathedral in Makassar, Sulawesi on Palm Sunday, which marks the start of the Christian Holy Week. Al Jazeera reports that Christians are considered a minority group in Indonesia where about 87 percent of the population is Muslim. The country has a history of attacks on houses of worship, including a spate of church bombings on Christmas Eve 2000, which targeted cities including the capital Jakarta, and were carried out by the hardline group Jemaah Islamiyah which was also responsible for the 2002 Bali bombing.