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Indonesia Police Arrest Bashir, Clash with Supporters

Indonesian police re-arrested Muslim cleric and terror suspect Abu Bakar Bashir as he walked out of jail Friday while supporters hurled rocks and Molotov cocktails at police, who retaliated with tear gas. Bashir, 65, accused head of the al Qaeda-linked Jemaah Islamiah network, was released Friday after 18 months in prison for immigration offences but was served with an arrest warrant and detained by police as he left the jail in central Jakarta. The prison warden walked with Bashir, in white Muslim cap, white scarf and green jacket, to the exit where police were waiting. An officer tried to give Bashir the arrest warrant but he refused to accept it, witnesses said. Full Story

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