Donald Trump's immigration order sparks fear in Muslim-majority Indonesia
US President Donald Trump's immigration policies are going down badly in the world's biggest Muslim-majority nation.
One top analyst has told the ABC the policy will help extremists and undoes years of good work by previous US presidents to avoid a "clash of civilisations".
A US federal judge in Seattle has granted a nationwide temporary restraining order effectively blocking the executive order, but the Trump administration is expected to immediately appeal the decision.
Philips Vermonte, director of Jakarta's Centre for Strategic and International Studies, said Mr Trump's orders "did not resonate well in Indonesia".