The island of Bali, long a bastion of tolerance and inclusion and a favorite of tourists around the world, is feeling the pressure of Christian-Muslim violence that has erupted on the islands around it. Rumors are flying that similar anti-Christian passions, which in Indonesia largely mean anti-Chinese passions, may erupt here. Religious, community and political leaders are meeting to head off such tensions, and police have stepped up patrols at ports to prevent agitators from importing their hatred.