Terrorism

How did Islamic State establish a franchise in southeast Asia?

“The bomb attack on 14 January in Jakarta, which killed 7 people – modelled on the Paris attack in November 2015, but without the same impact in terms of creating fear, panic and death – demonstrated the threat that Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (Isil) now poses not only in Indonesia, the largest Muslim democracy in the world, but also to southeast Asia more generally and even Australia.”

Source: How did Islamic State establish a franchise in southeast Asia? – Telegraph

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