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From November 9 to 14, before and after the Medan bombing took place, the police arrested 12 terror suspects in different locations.
The stabbing of state minister Wiranto sounds the alarm that terrorist cells are still active and dangerous.
Police spokesman Brig. Gen. Dedi Prasetyo stated that terrorist group JAD led by Abu Zee was ready to launch terror acts in Solo and Yogyakarta.
The dozens of terrorists were arrested in different regions.
State Intelligence Agency (BIN) confirmed that Wiranto's attackers were identified as part of the terrorist network Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD).
Intelligence Agency (BIN) Chief Budi Gunawan says that Minister Wiranto's attacker, Abu Rara or Syahril Alamsyah, was known to have collected knives.
State Intelligence Agency (BIN) head Budi Gunawan said his side has kept eyes on the attacker of Wiranto for the last three months.
National Police spokesman Sr. Comr. Asep Adi Saputra has announced that a policewoman Nesti Ode is allegedly involved in a terrorist group JAD.
Jakarta Metro Police suspected Fazri Pahlawan a.k.a. Abu Zee Ghuroba as the major figure of the terrorist network in Cilincing.
JAD terror group member Saefullah is wanted by the police's anti-terror squad Densus 88.
Densus 88 will exchange information with embassy officials to uncover JAD's network in Indonesia and internationally, the police say.
The Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD) group received money to fund their acts of terror from many countries, the police said.
The Indonesian Police are hunting down Saefullah a.k.a. Daniel a.k.a. Chaniago, member of the Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD) terrorist group.
Investigations done by the Police's anti-terror squad Densus 88 revealed that the member had accepted money from Afghanistan.
The Indonesian National Police (Polri) arrested nine suspected terrorists in a number of regions.
Densus 88 arrested two suspected terrorists in separate locations in Bekasi on Wednesday. They are linked to the JAD terrorist group.
Al-Chaidar, an observer of terrorism from Aceh's Malikussaleh University, said there are currently some 37,000 terrorists in Indonesia
The Police's anti-terrorism squad Densus 88 arrested a suspected terrorist identified as A, a JAD leader, on April 3, 2019 in Karawang.
Densus 88 arrested one suspected terrorist with the initial K in North Lampung. The terrorist is linked to terror group JAD.
Terrorist Khodijah is believed to have drank cleanser liquid while being confined in the Kramat Jati police hospital.