- Jemaah Islamiah active again in Indonesia, recruiting and collecting funds
- That group is Jemaah Islamiah (JI), whose network was until recently thought to have been severely degraded by a crackdown that put hundreds of its leaders and followers behind bars after a series of attacks on Western interests in the 2000s.
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- On October 12, the Islamic extremist group Jemaah Islamiyah detonated two bombs in the Bali tourist area of Kuta, resulting in 202 deaths and countless injuries.
- Abu Bakar Bashir, spiritual leader of Jemaah Islamiah, challenges his
- Abu Bakar Bashir is regarded as the spiritual leader of militant Islam in Indonesia, and was thought to be a key figure in regional terror network Jemaah Islamiah, blamed for the Bali bombings. When two bombs were detonated at Kuta Beach, ripping apart ...
- Indonesia anti-terror squad probed after suspect's death
- Indonesia's human rights commission is calling for an inquiry into the death of a suspected terrorist while he was being held by the country's Special Forces counterterrorism squad. Siyono -- held on suspicion of involvement with Jemaah Islamiyah arms ...
- Indonesia adamant terror mastermind won't return from Guantanamo
- At the time of his capture Isamuddin, better known as Hambali, was believed to be Al-Qaeda's top representative in Southeast Asia and operational chief of regional militant group Jemaah Islamiyah. He was accused of masterminding the 2002 Bali bombings ...
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