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Coordinating Minister Mahfud MD said that the Counter-Terrorism Agency (BNPT) recorded a total of 699 Indonesians who left the country to join ISIS.
An expert from think tank The Habibie Center (THC) recommended the govt to manage the rehabilitation of the children of ISIS supporters from Indonesia
Minister Yasonna Laoly said there are 1,276 Indonesians who left the country to join ISIS in Syria, and 297 of them still have their passports.
The government has said it is open to the possibility of bringing home children and orphans of former ISIS combatants.
Mahfud Md stated that Indonesian nationals who joined ISIS as foreign terrorist fighters automatically lost their citizenship, as well as their rights
The National Commission on Human Rights (Komnas HAM) said the government needs to compile data on the profiles of women and children who joined ISIS.
Indonesia will immediately block the passport of its citizens who had left the country to join ISIS.
Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko stated that the government would no longer consider the Indonesian citizenship status of those who joined ISIS.
UI international law professor argues that Indonesian citizens joining ISIS' terror campaign automatically lose their citizenship.
Minister Mahfud MD announced that the government will immediately block the passports belonging to former Indonesian foreign terrorists.
Jokowi said the government would not plan to repatriate some 600 Indonesians who joined ISIS or those he called former Indonesians who join ISIS.
International legal affairs expert Hikmahanto opined that Indonesia did not violate human rights when it decided not to repatriate ISIS supporters.
Presidential Chief of Staff Moeldoko said the government has not yet decided on the citizenship status of 689 Indonesian nationals who joined ISIS.
A former Indonesian ISIS militant expressed hopelessness after the Indonesian government dropped its repatriation plan of former terrorists abroad.
The Indonesian government has officially decided not to repatriate former Indonesian ISIS fighters abroad.
The government has decided that Indonesian nationals who left the country to join ISIS will not be repatriated.
House Speaker Puan Maharani has called on the government to be meticulous in discussing the possible repatriation of ex-ISIS Indonesians.
Former Komnas HAM chief said Indonesian ISIS fighters should be held accountable for their actions prior to thinking about repatriation.
The BNPT announces that the 600 Indonesians who are former ISIS combatants in Syria consist of women and children.
BNPT Chief Suhardi Alius has underlined there has been no information or decision on the repatriation of 600 ex-ISIS Indonesians.