Indonesia's veteran jihadis disapprove of the ISIS generation
PhD researcher at the London School of Economics
PREMIUM A new crop of Indonesian extremists, with their penchant for social media, is drawing the ire of an older generation. Will this fragmentation further weaken the jihadi movement in the South East Asian nation? When Dian Yulia Novi was arrested in December for her role in a plot to bomb the presidential palace in Jakarta, Indonesians were enthralled by the discovery of what co...
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