Indonesia is Islamic State’s new frontline

Recent attacks indicate ISIS-linked Jamaah Ansharut Daulah militant group has taken deep and dangerous root across the archipelagic nation

Jakarta, May 17, 2018 6:14 PM (UTC+8)
A government worker removes ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) flags painted on to walls near Veteran Street in Surakarta City, Indonesia, in an attempt to discourage the promotion of the jihadist group in the region. Photo: AFP Forum/Agoes Rudianto
A government worker removes ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) flags painted on to walls near Veteran Street in Surakarta City, Indonesia, in an attempt to discourage the promotion of the jihadist group in the region. Photo: AFP Forum/Agoes Rudianto
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