Retracing the Steps of JI’s Abdullah Sunata

Publication: Terrorism Monitor Volume: 5 Issue: 4 March 1, 2007 04:51 PM Age: 3 yrs Category: Terrorism Monitor, China and the Asia-Pacific By: Noor Huda Ismail www.jamestown.org The January 20 killings of the top leader of the al-Qaeda-linked Abu Sayyaf Group (ASG), Khaddafy Janjalani, and his aides under the Philippine…

Perlukah Tembak Mati Teroris?

Apresiasi layak diberikan kepada pihak kepolisian terhadap kesigapan mereka dalam meredam kemungkinan adanya serangan terorisme di Indonesia dengan menangkap dan bahkan menembak mati tersangka tindak pidana teroris kelas dunia, seperti Dulmatin. Meski demikian, masyarakat percaya tim Densus 88 Antiteror sebenarnya bisa menyergap Dulmatin secara hidup-hidup sebab sebelum penyergapan, polisi telah…

Hydra Terorisme

SEJAK peristiwa bom Bali pertama, delapan tahun lalu, polisi telah menangkap tidak kurang dari 500 orang yang diduga terlibat terorisme. Sayangnya, meskipun tingkat keterlibatan dan motivasi berbeda, polisi nyaris menyamaratakan mereka sebagai “teroris” yang membahayakan negara. Pendekatan seperti ini cen derung hanya bertumpu pada paradigma sempit “who does what”-siapa melakukan…

Don’t kill Abdullah Sunata

For the first time, Indonesian police have uncovered terrorist activity without relying exclusively on information technology, phone taps and email monitoring. Instead police have harvested intelligence from members of terrorist cells who have been arrested and through other more “organic” forms of information-gathering. Police success in the recent wave of…

Tindakan Represif dan Avatar Jihad Bom di Indonesia

PENANGANAN legal formal terhadap tindak pidana terorisme di Indonesia sejak peristiwa bom Bali I pada 2002 telah mengangkat citra polisi; tidak hanya di tingkat nasional, bahkan di internasional. Fareed Zakaria, kolomnis majalah Amerika Newsweek, bahkan dengan tegas menyatakan bahwa Amerika harus belajar dari Indonesia dalam penanganan kasus terorisme. Sebab, sampai…

Indonesia’s anti-terrorism strategy questioned

JAKARTA — Twin bomb attacks that hit luxury hotels in Indonesia’s capital last week have shattered years of calm won through an innovative carrot-and-stick approach to fighting terror. The suicide bombings at the JW Marriott and Ritz-Carlton hotels in Jakarta, the suspected work of a radical splinter faction of the…

Jakarta awaits DNA to confirm Noordin’s death

JAKARTA: Indonesian police said Sunday it could take two weeks to confirm the death of Asian terror mastermind Noordin Mohammed Top, who was reported killed in a dramatic standoff with police special forces. The Islamist was killed Saturday morning in a hail of gunfire and explosions from US-trained counter-terrorism forces…

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