Indonesia’s Next Era in Militancy

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — When Indonesian police arrested 11 people on suspicion of planning a series of terrorist attacks, long held suspicions that the next generation of jihadists was about to emerge had perhaps been confirmed.

Haraqah Sunni for Indonesian Society, or HASMI, had apparently targeted the U.S. embassy in Jakarta as retaliation over the U.S.-made film the “Innocence of Muslims.”

Read more in The Diplomat.

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