I'll keep this one short today.
"Meanwhile, according to IPAC, “ISIS
has triggered a bigger backlash than ever seen before in the Indonesian
Muslim community, suggesting that support will stay limited to a fringe
of the radical fringe.” And that backlash isn’t just coming from NU; other mainstream Muslim organizations, including a coalition known as the Brotherhood Forum of the Indonesian Council of Religious Scholars, have rejected ISIS’s ideology. Nor has ISIS
received the warmest of welcomes from Indonesia’s jihadist communities.
The Islamic State’s brutality and decision to proclaim a caliphate have
drawn criticism from jihadist media outlets and radical clerics in the
country; “most of the hardline Muslim community have distanced
themselves from ISIS or have taken a wait-and-see stance,” IPAC notes, including Majelis Mujahidin Indonesia, which has declared ISIS a “deviant” movement. When asked about the possible impact of deradicalization programs by
the Indonesian government, Jones responded, “I think it’s the good
sense of the Muslim majority rather than government programs that are
keeping the numbers down.”
But that “good sense,” it seems, is shaped at least in part by a
stable, representative political system that respects its Muslim
constituents—and a Muslim population that, even in some of its radical
corners, loudly rejects ISIS’s practices and
narrative. Which raises a question: Can lessons from countries like
Indonesia somehow be applied to repressive and volatile countries in the
Middle East, or to marginalized Muslim communities in Europe? ISIS’s ability to continue attracting recruits may hinge on the answer."
Why Indonesia is Immune to ISIS - Defense One
Which bit of MILF, Iranian/Pakistani, MOSSAD, TriBorder trouble making projection into the Phillipines on behalf of the ChiComms does this so called analysis not get?
Indonesia cannot escape the Hyperlittoral War. RCE/LC has been planning it for too long.
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