Indonesia Cracks Down on Charitable Fronts for Terrorism
Charities raise billions for jihadis partly via unsuspecting public
By: Ainur Rohmah
The recent arrests of 34 members of charitable organizations suspected of helping to fund an outlawed local jihadi group affiliated with Al-Qaeda by Indonesia’s feared Densus 88 anti-terror squad confirm long-held suspicions that such groups often funnel money to jihadists. One of the latest suspects is a member of the respected Fatwa Co…
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