Solider Involvement in Mujahidin Council

Mar 2nd, 2006, in News, by

A soldier today was sentenced to four years imprisonment for having involvement with a radical Islamic group.

Private Yuli Harsono had stockpiled ammunition since 2001 and had broken his military pledge of allegiance by actively supporting the aims and ideology of the Majelis Mujahidin Indonesia (MMI), Indonesian Mujahidin Council, a military court was told.

The man, who was dishonourably discharged from the army, was also a member of the Laskar Mujahidin in Solo and Bandung beginning from 2004.

One can only wonder how prevalent this sort of thing is among the armed forces.


2 Comments on “Solider Involvement in Mujahidin Council”

  1. avatar al amien ahmadi says:

    FPI embarrased Moslem! why? because of what they’ve done and they act is not a Moslem AT ALL! when they make a movement they said on behalve of Moslem people. but they destroy everything, they ruin everything, they hit people and bla bla bla many more, GOD knows what else. I’m a Moslem and I’m proud to be Moslem but i HATE them! the things is they know still many Indonesian citizen dont have enough education so they (FPI leader) brainwash them (lower education people) by telling that GOD wants them to do this and that other wise they (lower education people) will go to hell because of the sin, which is just their (FPI leader) reason to get the power and control.
    the question is: is mujahidin on their side? because many people start to think that FPI is part of the terrorist in Indonesia, part of the JI in Indonesia. what do you think?

  2. avatar Karlira Kanakahuko says:

    I aggree with you. I’m so sorry that I misinterpret other Muslims like you because of the FPI’s using their term as they are “Muslims”. only conservative and radical Muslims that I really hate. For me, you may belong to Islamic Islamic Network(JIL). They are my most favourite Muslims sects/groups in whole Indonesia.

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