Radical Muslims in Indonesia and the "Arab invasion".
An article in the Wall Street Journal by Bret Stephens - The Arab Invasion: Indonesia's radicalized Muslims aren't homegrown.
Habib Rizieq, threatening George Bush with death.
Habib Mohammad Rizieq Shihab (see Playboy Jihad, FPI, Garda Bangsa, & Gus Dur, Habib Riziq Beats a Retreat, Bush Visit Opposition, Bush's Blood Halal) of the Front Pembela Islam, Front for the Defence of Islam (FPI), is interviewed and Habib answers this question:
Where are you from?
by saying Yemen, even though he was born in Jakarta. Stephens then goes on to detail some of the more memorable antics of Habib and the FPI and he asks about the source of funding for the organisation and suggests that it is Saudi Arabia.
The Mecca-based Muslim World League, for example, is notorious for sending its representatives to Indonesia with suitcases of cash to fund its pet projects, often extremist religious boarding schools. The Saudi religious affairs office in Jakarta finances the publication of a million books a year translated from Arabic into Indonesian.
Many of Indonesia's radical Muslims are, like Habib, of Arab descent, says Stephens, although he doesn't mention many, and he then goes on to briefly speak of the Institute for Islamic and Arabic Studies, or LIPIA, a Saudi Arabian funded university in Jakarta which can count Jafar Umar Thalib, the founder of Laskar Jihad as one of its alumni.
Stephens ends by saying that Indonesia has a choice - remain part of Asia or become culturally subsumed into Greater Arabia. Read on.