Noor Huda Ismail is currently Vice President of Sekurindo Global Consulting, a security consulting division of PT Sekurindo Gada Patria, which is based in Jakarta, Indonesia. Previously he worked as special correspondent for the Washington Post's Jakarta bureau from 2003-2004. He was also a research analyst at the Institute of Defense and Security Studies Nanyang Technological University, Singapore, in 2005. He holds a masters degree in International Security Studies from St. Andrews University, UK. The study was fully sponsored by the British Chevening Awards.

Friday, March 10, 2006

Understanding How Jihadists in Indonesia Rejuvenate Themselves


Jamaah Islamiyah, a pan-Southeast Asia jihadi network, has been weaken by arrests and other counter-terror measures put in place since the October 2002 Bali bombing, parts of the organizations, or even individuals, can continue to function in partnership with non JI groups . Since then, terrorists have struck with murderous effect, twice in Jakarta -- at the Marriott Hotel in August 2003 and in the vicinity of the Australian Embassy in September 2004 -- and once again in Bali last October. But which group and how are the partnerships forged

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