Bomb explodes in Central Java (28/06/2007) #14114
The Jakarta Post, 6/27/2007 6:54:53 PM
BOJONEGORO, East Java (Antara): A bomb exploded on a bank of the Bengawan
Solo river in Cepu subdistrict, Blora regency, Central Java, at 2.15 p.m. Wednesday,
injuring one person.
Suspect: attacks will go on in Indonesia (28/06/2007) #14108
United Press International, June 25, 2007 at 11:42 AM
JAKARTA, June 25 (UPI) -- An accused terrorist in Indonesia told CNN Islamic
militants plan more attacks against Westerners.
Ba`asyir to take legal action against anti-terror detachment (28/06/2007) #14107
ANTARA, 06/28/07 00:43
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - Muslim cleric Abu Bakar Ba`asyir is to file a request with
the South Jakarta District Court for the disbandment of the Police`s anti-terror Special
Detachment 88, his lawyer said.
Earthquakes jolt Blitar, Banda Aceh and Ambon (26/06/2007) #14099
TEMPO, Monday, 25 June, 2007 | 12:29 WIB
TEMPO Interactive, Jakarta: The Meteorology and Geophysics Agency (BMG)
recorded an earthquake in Blitar, East Java, last night (24/6).
Villagers thank God for arrests of 3 suspected terrorists (26/06/2007) #14097
The Jakarta Post, June 26, 2007
Slamet Susanto, The Jakarta Post, Yogyakarta. The residents of Donoharjo village in
Sleman, Yogyakarta, held a communal prayer session and feast on the weekend to
thank God for the recent capture of suspected terrorists Adi Kusuma, Suharto and
Zarkasih in their village.
President to attend National Family Day in Ambon (25/06/2007) #14089
The Jakarta Post, 6/23/2007 5:01:06 PM
AMBON(Antara): President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and his wife Ani Yudhoyono
are expected to attend the celebration of the 14th anniversary of the National Family
Day (Harganas) in Ambon on June 29, 2007, a regional government spokesman said
4.6 magnitute quake jolts southeast Ambon (25/06/2007) #14087
ANTARA, 06/24/07 23:54
Bandar Lampung (ANTARA News) - A quake measuring 4.6 on the Richter scale
jolted Southeast Ambon in Maluku at 13:54 local time on Sunday, a report from the
Meteorology and Geophysics Agency said.
Five in Ambon named suspects in RMS flag case (25/06/2007) #14086
ANTARA, 06/23/07 21:33
Ambon (ANTARA News) - Police have named five people suspects in connection with
the confiscation of 60 separatist "Republik Maluku Selatan" (RMS) flags here on
Police find separatist flags (25/06/2007) #14085
The Jakarta Post, June 23, 2007
AMBON, Maluku: Maluku Police discovered 60 flags of the South Maluku Republic
(RMS) separatist movement, hundreds of pieces of cloth in the colors of the flag and a
number of documents in two locations.
JI openly recruits as leaders quizzed (25/06/2007) #14082
The Age, June 23, 2007
Mark Forbes, Jakarta. June 23, 2007. AS CAPTURED Jemaah Islamiah leaders
underwent police interrogation this week, their followers openly preached and recruited
in Indonesian villages.
Police say top JI suspects could lead to other militants (25/06/2007) #14081
The Jakarta Post, 6/22/2007 7:36:43 PM
JAKARTA(AP): Two suspected leaders of the Southeast Asian terror group Jemaah
Islamiyah now in custody could help authorities track down other members in
Indonesia, police said Friday.
Two young terrorist suspects released (25/06/2007) #14080
The Jakarta Post, 6/24/2007 5:24:06 PM
YOGYAKARTA (Antara): Two young suspects who face terrorist charge have been
released by the police as they were only considered to hide information over the
whereabouts of a terrorist suspect Taufik Kondang.
Church attacks underline need for religious dialog (25/06/2007) #14079
The Jakarta Post, June 22, 2007
Nurrohman, Bandung. In daily life, every Muslim when he or she intends to initiate a
good activity is supposed to say, "Bismillah al-rahman al-rahim" (In the name of God
the Compassionate and the Merciful). It is this sentence which was inscribed on a
ceramic tile in the shape of a dove that was given by Mustafa Cagrici, the Mufti of
Istanbul, to Pope Benedict XVI when the latter visited Turkey in November last year.
Military officers attack police office (25/06/2007) #14078
The Jakarta Post, 6/23/2007 9:26:32 PM
MAKASSAR (Antara): Some 20 officers at the Indonesian Military (TNI) attacked
Sunday a police office in West Sulawesi, wounding three police officers.
Dujana to face possible death penalty (22/06/2007) #14067
The Jakarta Post, 6/21/2007 7:04:07 PM
JAKARTA (AP): Top Indonesian terror suspect Abu Dujana will face charges of
weapons and explosives possession under anti-terror laws that carry a maximum
penalty of death, a police spokesmansaid Wednesday.
Five Poso defendants face 15 year-jail term each (22/06/2007) #14066
The Jakarta Post, 6/21/2007 5:55:11 PM
JAKARTA (Antara): Five defendants of violence in Central Sulawesi's town of Poso
face a 15-year jail term each during a court hearing in South Jakarta district court
Australia's spy chief says al-Qaida appears to be rebuilding (22/06/2007) #14064
The Jakarta Post, 6/20/2007 7:14:53 PM
SYDNEY, Australia (AP): Al-Qaida appears to be strengthening its forces in the
remote border area between Pakistan and Afghanistan despite offensives by U.S. and
Pakistani troops, and is extendingits global influence, Australia's spy chief said
Indonesian Muslims say violence not allowed in Islam (22/06/2007) #14063
CTVglobemedia, June 21, 2007 at 6:42 AM EDT
ADHITYANI ARGA, Reuters. JAKARTA - Only 2 per cent of Indonesian Muslims
believe their religion allows violence against non-Muslims, a survey showed on
Thursday, but organizers said the figure was still a worry in the country of 220 million.
Ambon refugee numbers to be verified (21/06/2007) #14057
The Jakarta Post, June 18, 2007
M. Azis Tunny, The Jakarta Post, Ambon. Regency and municipal administration in
Maluku plan to start a new inventory of people displaced by the Ambon conflict in
order to enable a swift solution to the refugee problem.
Ambon's refugees are no better off after six years (21/06/2007) #14056
The Jakarta Post, June 15, 2007
M. Azis Tunny, The Jakarta Post, Ambon. For the people displaced by the Ambon
conflict, the nightmare is far from over. Over the three years of fighting, their houses
were torched, possessions stolen and family members killed.
Tual Prosecutors' Office vandalized (21/06/2007) #14055
The Jakarta Post, June 15, 2007
AMBON, Maluku: The Tual Prosecutors' Office in Southeast Maluku regency was
vandalized Wednesday by local youths angry at the detention of two village heads
allegedly involved in a graft case.
JI arrests prove that group is still strong (21/06/2007) #14052
The Jakarta Post, June 17, 2007
Alvin Darlanika Soedarjo, The Jakarta Post, Jakarta. Despite the recent police arrests
of two alleged leaders of Jemaah Islamiyah (JI), the Southeast Asian Islamist group,
experts have said the much-publicized confusion over individual identities and cell
names was an indication the Islamist group was just as strong and growing in
JI head in custody, Ba'asyir named (21/06/2007) #14051
The Jakarta Post, June 16, 2007
The Jakarta Post, Jakarta. Police announced Friday they were holding the overall
leader of regional terrorist group Jamaah Islamiyah (JI), identified as Zarkasih.
Bandung churches again in the crosshair (21/06/2007) #14050
The Jakarta Post, June 15, 2007
Yuli Tri Suwarni, The Jakarta Post, Bandung. Around 150 members of the Mosque
Movement Front (FPM) and the Anti-Apostasy Front took to the streets of Bandung
on Thursday to demand the closure of private homes being used for church activities.
Golkar-PDIP friendly gathering... (21/06/2007) #14048
ANTARA, 06/21/07 00:43
Jakarta (ANTARA News) - The friendly gathering between leaders of the Golkar Party
and the Indonesian Democratic Party-Struggle (PDIP) in Medan, North Sumatra, on
Wednesday will have a positive impact on democracy and the solution of the nation's
problems, a politician said.
Central Gov asked to recognize Maluku's water mass (21/06/2007) #14041
The Jakarta Post, May 29, 2007
M. Azis Tunny, The Jakarta Post, Ambon. Maluku's govenor has asked the central
government to recognize more fully Maluku's position as a group of marine-rich
achipelago provinces that does not boast other natural resources and is made up of
much more water than land.
Abbas: No dialogue with 'murderous terrorists' in Hamas (21/06/2007) #14037
Haaretz Service and News Agencies, 00:12 21/06/2007
By Haaretz Service and News Agencies. Palestinian Authority Chairman Mahmoud
Abbas on Wednesday harshly criticized the Islamic Hamas movement for seizing
control in the Gaza Strip last week, and branded its members as "murderous
terrorists" who carried out a "coup."
Church leaders meet on Arab-Israeli conflict (21/06/2007) #14036
Arab News, Wednesday, 20, June, 2007 (04, Jumada al-Thani, 1428)
Abdul Jalil Mustafa, Arab News. AMMAN, 20 June 2007 - More than 100 church
leaders started a meeting in Amman yesterday in a bid to find a solution for the
Arab-Israeli conflict that ensures an end to the 40-year-old Israeli occupation of Arab
land, conferees said.