How dangerous are Indonesian ISIS returnees and deportees?

Indonesia Study Group


Solahudin, Universitas Indonesia.


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Monday, 5 March, 2018 - 15:00 to 16:30

In the aftermath of defeats of ISIS in Syria-Iraq and Marawi, concerns have been raised about fighters and their families, including some 600 Indonesians who were with ISIS in the Middle East, coming back and conducting terror attacks at home. Indonesia has experience with returnees from overseas training coming home and becoming involved in terrorism.

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