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The Infidels Deserved to Die, Say Bali Accused

Three of the self-confessed Bali bombers have described their 202 victims, including 88 Australians, as sinners and “infidels” and the Sari Club as a “place of adultery”. On the eve of the Bali trial, Ali Imron, the bomb-maker, said the Sari Club deserved to be destroyed because “it was a place of sin”. “The Sari Club was a place of adultery,” he said in an secretly obtained interview with London’s Sunday Times. The three men – Imron, 38, his brother, Amrozi, 40, who bought the explosives, and Imam Samudra, 34, the logistical mastermind – said they targeted the club expecting it to be full of Americans, but were not disappointed to kill so many Australians. “Australians, Americans, whatever – they are all white people,” said Imron, who admitted training with Islamic mujahideen terrorists on the Afghanistan-Pakistani border and being a follower of Osama bin Laden. But he insisted the “idea of this bombing did not come from him”. Full Story

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