» 03/21/2007, 00.00
Lenient sentence for those who beheaded three Christian girls
The three Islamist militants who masterminded and carried out the three murders in 2005 could have received the death penalty. Instead, they will spend between 14 and 20 years in prison. Hasanuddin, the brain behind the gruesome act, also wrote the notes left near the bodies in which he promised more Christian deaths.
Men involved in the decapitation of three Christian schoolgirls go on trial in Jakarta
Two men involved in the triple murder in Poso (Central Sulawesi) in 2005 go on trial. Both risk the death penalty. In a separate trial, the other defendant admits his guilt and names the man behind the killing, a former Muslim rebel from a Mindanao.
Abu Bakar Baasyir free to fight for Sharia
The Muslim clergyman, who was involved in the 2002 Bali bombing, walked free today. He reaffirms his support for the imposition of Islamic law. Growing concerns over the country's Islamisation push lawmakers to ask president to stop it.
Five suspected terrorists arrested with 4,500 detonators
Police believe the men are members of Jemaah Islamiyah and connected to Noordin Top, Indonesia's most wanted terrorist. Two of the men were involved in the murder of a Protestant female pastor in Palu in 2004.
Police officer killed during funeral of terrorist involved in beheading of three Christian girls
Terrorist’s name is Rian, number two in the Afghan Jemaah Islamiyah. Another terrorist dies and nine are arrested in the same police operation.
Suspects in Australian Embassy blast named
Threats made against Catholic school. Stop violence! It is against Islam, says convicted terrorist Ali Imron.
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