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Inmate clashes may have prompted Surabaya bombings

15 May, 2018, 21:48 | Author: Lucille Rivera
  • Three families behind ISIS-inspired bombings in Indonesia's Surabaya

Six civilians and four officers were wounded.

According to police, Oepriarto was friends with the family that carried out Monday's police headquarters bombing and a third family, three members of which died when homemade bombs exploded in their apartment on Sunday night.

JAD is an umbrella organization on a U.S. State Department "terrorist" list that is estimated to have drawn hundreds of ISIS sympathizers in Indonesia.

Three persons were found lying on floor with parts of bodies covered in blood after a bomb blast occurred in a unit of flats where an alleged terrorist lived with his family members, Xinhua news agency reported. Witnesses at Diponegoro said they saw a woman carrying two bags who forced her way inside the church when a police tried to block her.

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Before Sunday's Surabaya church bombings, this type of explosive was first reportedly used by Leopard Wisnu Kumala, a 29-year-old man who attempted to extort money from Alam Sutra Mall management by threatening to explode several bombs in the mall in October 2015. "This is showing how extremist ideology can entrap children". Twenty-five people have died since Sunday, including 13 militants and their children. He also said he will look into enforcing new anti-terrorism regulations if parliament fails to pass a bill in the next month. The motorcycles, which moved closely together, pulled up alongside a vehicle and four officers manning opposite sides of the checkpoint.

Two days of violence left at least 18 dead and dozens injured.

Speaking on Tuesday, Arifin said the children of the three families had been homeschooled as a way to radicalise and insulate them from outside ideas. The country launched a crackdown on militants following bombings by radical is Bali in 2002 killed 202 people. Using two motorbikes, they drove into the carpark where they detonated their waist bombs.

On Sunday night, a bomb in the Wonocolo low-priced housing complex in Sidoarjo exploded prematurely, killing a woman and her 17-year-old child, police said.

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