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Terror group’s Constitution found, say Jakarta police

INDONESIAN police have found what they say could be part of the Constitution and operational manual of the terrorist group Jemaah Islamiah (JI), Australian newspapers said. The reports were based on comments made by Indonesia’s national police chief Da’i Bachtiar. He told a parliamentary security committee that officers had seized the photocopied document after a bomb blast in January in the town of Balikpapan in East Kalimantan. The alleged bomber, identified as Sujono alias Sugiono, was injured in the blast, the Sydney Morning Herald said. ‘From him, we confiscated a copy of a document of the Nidhom Azasi – a kind of JI Constitution, consisting of 15 chapters and 34 articles,’ General Bachtiar was quoted as saying at the hearing. Full Story

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