Posts Tagged 'Terrorism'

Kabareskrim: Ledakan di Vihara Perbuatan Teroris

Posted on August 5 2013 by Sabrina Asril

JAKARTA — Meski pelaku ledakan di Vihara Ekayana belum diketahui, Kepala Badan Reserse Kriminal Polri Komjen Sutarman menyatakan aksi ini sudah masuk kategori terorisme. “Ya namanya membuat ketakutan, pasti teroris,” tegas Sutarman, dalam wawancara di televisi nasional, Senin (5/8/2013) dini hari. Dia yang berada di vihara tersebut mengatakan saat ini petugas masih terus melakukan olah tempat […]

Napi Minta PP Remisi Dicabut, Ini Kata Menkumham

Posted on July 13 2013 by Desy Afrianti, Santi Dewi

Menteri Hukum dan Hak Asasi Manusia, Amir Syamsuddin, mengatakan lahirnya Peraturan Pemerintah (PP) No. 99 Tahun 2012 bertujuan untuk mengakomodir keinginan publik yang kesal dengan hukuman kepada koruptor di negeri ini. PP itu berisi pengetatan pemberian remisi bagi terpidana kasus pidana khusus dan disebut-sebut sebagian kalangan jadi pemicu kerusuhan di LP Tanjung Gusta Medan, Kamis […]

New terrorist plot to attack plane foiled ( video)

Posted on May 8 2012 by Pam Benson, CNN

U.S. and other intelligence agencies recently broke up a plot to bomb an airliner and have seized an explosive device that is similar to ones previously used by al Qaeda, officials said Monday. The plot was discovered before it threatened any Americans, and no airliners were at risk, one U.S. counterrrorism said. A nonmetallic explosive […]

In Northern Pakistan, The ‘Epicenter Of Terrorism’

Posted on October 25 2010 by The Associated Press

It’s a land of daunting mountains, crisscrossed with rugged paths. Tucked in the valleys, families live a subsistence existence in mud houses secluded behind 10-foot-high walls, cooking over open fires and sleeping under the sky. Dirt poor, uneducated, their only knowledge of the outside world comes from a crackling radio. The wilds of North Waziristan, […]

Polri Pastikan Keterlibatan Warga Prancis dalam Rencana Serangan Teroris

Posted on August 24 2010 by Jawa Pos

JAKARTA – Jaringan militan Indonesia dengan pihak asing semakin terang. Mabes Polri memastikan keterlibatan warga Prancis dalam rangkaian pengungkapan plot serangan teroris terhadap presiden. Orang itu bernama Frederic Jean Salvi yang sering beraktivitas dengan nama samaran Andrew dan Ali. Meski berkebangsaan Prancis, Frederic berdarah Maroko. Istrinya juga orang Maroko. ”Kami sudah berkoordinasi dengan imigrasi agar […]

Terrorist tapes found under CIA desk

Posted on August 22 2010 by Adam Goldman and Matt Apuzzo, The Associated Press, Washington

The CIA has tapes of Sept. 11, 2001 plotter Ramzi Binalshibh being interrogated in a secret overseas prison. Discovered under a desk, the recordings could provide an unparalleled look at how foreign governments aided the U.S. in holding and questioning suspected terrorists.The two videotapes and one audiotape are believed to be the only remaining recordings […]

What is the state of Indonesia’s fight against terror?

Posted on August 16 2010 by Sidney Jones, CNN

Jakarta, Indonesia — The arrest on Monday of Abu Bakar Ba’asyir, Indonesia’s best-known radical cleric, shows the commitment of Indonesian police to fighting terrorism. Their efforts on this front stand in sharp contrast to their lack of interest in fighting corruption, ultimately the greater threat to Indonesian democracy. In general, terrorists have no significant support […]

Abu Bakar Bashir arrested in terrorism

Posted on August 12 2010 by Today 24 News

A radical Muslim cleric, Abu Bakar Bashir has been arrested on charges of terrorism by Indonesian anti-terror police from West Java in early Monday. Abu Bakar Bashir planned for killing the Indonesia’s president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono and foreign embassies. Indonesian police say 71-year-old, Abu Bakar Bashir was actively involved in a terrorist training camp uncovered […]

Membongkar Bungker Teroris

Posted on July 21 2010 by Anton Tabah

DALAM menyongsong Hari Bayangkara Negara 1 Juli 2010, kemungkinan tepat jika kita mengkaji masalah terorime di Indonesia. Ketika penulis diminta berbicara dalam program siaran Rumah Publik yang disiarkan langsung oleh TVRI, ada pertanyaan bertubi-tubi dari pemirsa. Mengapa teroris sulit dibasmi? Pertanyaan itu penting disosialisasikan melalui media massa, membasmi teroris memang sulit. De facto, mereka bukan […]

Disaster 101: Preparing Students For A Scary Future

Posted on July 17 2010 by Linton Weeks NPR

When classes resume in the fall, the University of Maryland University College will be offering several courses in understanding terrorism, including “Counterterrorism” and “Terrorism, Antiterrorism and Homeland Security.” Utah Valley University in Orem is looking for an assistant professor of emergency services. Clarkson University in Potsdam, N.Y., advertises that its environmental engineering majors will be […]

Afghans to Form Local Forces to Fight Taliban

Posted on July 14 2010 by ALISSA J. RUBIN NY Times

KABUL, Afghanistan – After intensive negotiations with NATO military commanders, the Afghan government on Wednesday approved a program to establish local defense forces that American military officials hope will help remote areas of the country thwart attacks by Taliban insurgents. Details of the plan are sketchy, but Americans had been promoting the force as a […]

Saudi acquitted of terrorism charges in Indonesia

Posted on June 28 2010 by AP

JAKARTA, Indonesia – A retired Saudi Arabian teacher was acquitted Monday of charges he helped finance last year’s attacks on two luxury hotels in the capital that left seven dead and wounded more than 50. A panel of judges at the South Jakarta District Court, however, sentenced Al Khelaiw Ali Abdullah to 18 months in […]

Wanted dead or alive, but preferably alive: Minister

Posted on May 20 2010 by The Jakarta Post

Justice and Human Rights Minister Patrialis Akbar said he appreciated the National Police’s attempt in eradicating terrorism, but said it would be better if the suspects were captured alive rather than shot dead at the site. “I think, concerning the law and human rights, I really hoped they would be arrested alive,” Patrialis said Wednesday […]

Corruption Fueling Terrorism in Indonesia: Think Tank

Posted on April 25 2010 by Stephen Coates AFP

JAKARTA – Indonesia has succeeded in dismantling a major new Al-Qaeda-style terrorist network but corruption and complacency threaten to unravel its gains against home grown extremists, a think tank said Tuesday. The Brussels-based International Crisis Group (ICG) also warned against calls for Indonesia to mimic Singapore’s harsh internal security measures with a new intelligence bill […]

Aceh Denies Any Links With Terrorism

Posted on March 9 2010 by Alfian and Hotli Simanjuntak , The Jakarta Post

The Acehnese have questioned the origin of an alleged terror cell uncovered recently, while the police have arrested two men in Jakarta and in West Java, who had reportedly sold weapons to the cell. National Police chief Gen. Bambang Hendarso Danuri declined to say when the men were arrested, but officials at Jakarta police headquarters […]

‘Al-Qaida in Aceh’ says survived Indonesia arrests

Posted on March 8 2010 by ALI KOTARUMALOS The Associated Press

JAKARTA, Indonesia – A group calling itself “al-Qaida in Aceh” claimed Saturday to be the target of a police crackdown in the Indonesian province, where authorities have arrested and charged suspected militants with planning terrorist attacks. In a statement posted on the blog hosting site, the group said it had survived the police crackdown and […]

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