Islamic State fighters in a commandeered Iraqi security forces armoured vehicle in 2014. Photo: APIslamic State fighters in a commandeered Iraqi security forces armoured vehicle in 2014. Photo: AP
Islamic State fighters in a commandeered Iraqi security forces armoured vehicle in 2014. Photo: AP

Can Indonesia’s reform of Isis militants overturn their desire to die as martyrs?

  • The arrest of a former militant for facilitating paramilitary training for an extremist group highlights the country’s struggle with recidivism
  • A significant number of Isis members are scheduled to be released from prison this month, underlining the situation’s critical nature
Topic |   Indonesia
Islamic State fighters in a commandeered Iraqi security forces armoured vehicle in 2014. Photo: APIslamic State fighters in a commandeered Iraqi security forces armoured vehicle in 2014. Photo: AP
Islamic State fighters in a commandeered Iraqi security forces armoured vehicle in 2014. Photo: AP
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