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Bali Bomber Suspect Says He Wants to Die

An Islamic militant on trial for terrorist bombings last year on Indonesia’s Bali island said Tuesday that he is ready to die as a martyr and defended his right to make bombs. Mohammad Cholily, 28, is one of four suspects on trial at Bali District Court in the suicide bombings at three restaurants that killed 20 people. The attacks were blamed on the regional terror group Jemaah Islamiyah. “What is wrong with people learning how to make bombs?” he told reporters as he arrived at the courthouse in a high-security minivan. “I want to meet death. Everybody will die eventually. Why can’t I choose how to die?” Full Story

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