(CNN) -- Intan Suci Nurhati was on her way to a religious gathering when her sisters called to say they were under attack.
"They were running for their safety as they called," she said. "When I heard, I realized how far it was to the main compound, and I was like, 'Oh, my God.' "
Nurhati and her family are members of a Muslim minority sect called the Ahmadi, who hold annual gatherings in each country where they have a community. It was in July 2005 that the Indonesian gathering came under attack by -- Nurhati estimates -- 10,000 people throwing stones.
The protesters outnumbered the Ahmadi by 100 to 1.
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