WASHINGTON, Oct. 29 ICC has learned that the pattern of persecution against Christians in Indonesia has taken a dramatic turn for the worse with the beheading of 3 Indonesian Christian high school girls, Yarny Sambual, Tresa Murangke & Alfina. Two others were attacked as well but survived. The survivors also had their throats slit (one in serious condition).
Poso (Sulawesi) experienced a brutal wave of persecution from ’98 to 2002″ with hundreds murdered and a 1000 or so homes burned down. 2003-2004 saw a series of assassinations of pastors and Christian leaders.
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The hidden background to all this is the funding of radical Imams, mosques, and pesantrens (Islamic boarding schools) by Saudi Arabia. Although Muslims and Christians had good relations for hundreds of years, since the advent of Saudi influence in Indonesian Islam there has been wave after wave of death and destruction.
President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono condemned the killings, which he described as “sadist and inhuman crimes,” and he called an emergency security meeting with his vice president, military officials and the police.
A spokesman for the national police, Aryanto Budiharjo, said that as many as six men in black clothes and masks attacked the students in Bukit Bambu, a village on the eastern island of Sulawesi.
- Weakening Indonesia’s Mujahidin Networks: Lessons from Maluku and Poso
Asia Report N°103 — 13 October 2005
Close ties of the Netherlands with former colony Indonesia, has seen news items since mid-nineties of terror from imported Atjeh mujadeen warriors, with support of Indonesian military.
The Moluccan Islands searched for its independence since the Japanese occupation ended in 1945, which forced the Indonesian Independence from the Dutch colonization in prior centuries.
The origin of Al Qaeda style terror lies in Saudi Arabia, Pakistan and Indonesia.
“Iraq is part of the War On Terror,” – even today a quote from this BuShit!
CNN’s “Late Edition With Wolf Blitzer,” 11am, CNN, Senators Harry Reid, D-Nev., Arlen Specter, R-Pa., and Sam Brownback, R-Kan.; American Values President Gary Bauer; former Secretary of State Madeleine Albright.
“Treason doth never prosper: what’s the reason?
For if it prosper, none dare call it treason.”
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