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Fighting Online Terrorists

Tuesday, July 11 2017 00:00 WIB

The terrorist attacks on the North Sumatra Police Headquarters in Medan, and on the mosque near the National Police HQ in Jakarta are a new tactic. Now attacks do not always use bombs. And they are not random. They sought out police officers seen as thogut-worshippers of something other than God.

It is not difficult to guess which group is behind these latest terror attacks. The police discovered that the perpetrators in both Medan and Jakarta were affiliated with the Jamaah Ansharud Daulah (JAD) group, which is linked to the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), and is led by Aman Abdurrahman, who is currently in Cilacap Jail for terror offenses. Aman’s network, which has pledged allegiance to ISIS, reaches as far as Syria. There is also Bachrun Naim from Solo, Central Java, who is the ISIS Southeast Asia commander.

Fighting Online Terrorists
ISIS operatives are using increasingly sophisticated technologies to send messages. The public needs to be involved in the prevention.

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  • The terrorist attacks on the North Sumatra Police Headquarters in Medan, and on the mosque near the National Police HQ in Jakarta are a new tactic. Now attacks do not always use bombs. And they are not random. They sought out police officers seen as thogut-worshippers of something other than God.

    It is not difficult to guess which group is behind these latest terror attacks. The police discovered that the perpetrators in both Medan and Jakarta w

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