Members of an Islamic hardline group belonging to the Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) tear up a Myanmar flag bearing the portrait of Myanmar President Thein Sein during a protest outside the Myanmar embassy in Jakarta on May 3, 2013. The protest highlighted the growing anger in Muslim-majority Indonesia over a string of religious clashes in largely-Buddhist Myanmar, that have left many minority Muslims dead and tens of thousands displaced. Meanwhile, two Indonesians were detained over a plot to bomb the Myanmar embassy in Jakarta, officials said.