The government instructed on Sunday
police to hunt killers in the Anti-Ahmadiyah violence, but it also
called on Ahmadiyah to abide by the 2008 joint minister decree that
banned the sect from spreading false Islamic teaching to the public.
The two points were among seven results
of a meeting attended by Coordinating Minister for Politics, Legal
and Security Affairs Djoko Suyanto, National Police Chief Gen. Timur
Pradopo, Attorney General Basrief Arief, Religious Affairs Minister
Suryadharma Ali, and Home Minister Gamawan Fauzi.
The other outcomes were the government
condemning the violence, the government calling on the people to
avoid violence against Ahmadiyah and report any dispute to the faith
supervisory coordinating team, religious affairs minister, home
minister and attorney general evaluating basic problems in Ahmadiyah
case, the need of early detection on potential violence, and a call
for religious leaders and local leaders to create conducive
Three people were killed in the
Anti-Ahmadiyah violence in Cikeusik, Banten on Sunday.