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OPEN SOURCE CENTRERESEARCH REPORT
04/06/2012
FOR OFFICIAL USE ONLYFOR OFFICIAL USE ONLY
Indonesia: Jihad Revival Trilogy
This report contains summarised excerpts from a three-partmanifesto, 'The Revival of Jihad in Indonesia', written by anindividual using the pen name 'Abu Jaisy Al Ghareeb'. Themanifesto was posted online on 1 March 2012 by Ghurobaa'Publishing in cooperation with the Al Busyro Islamic Forum.At the time of reporting, two parts have been released: 'Lessonsfrom the Past: A Reflection' and 'Combating the Treachery of the Oppressors'. Al Ghareeb has said that he will release partthree after receiving feedback and suggestions from readers.Part one outlines the mistakes made during recent jihadistoperations, including the 2010 Aceh paramilitary trainingcamp and 2010 CIMB Niaga Bank robbery. Al Ghareeb providesa short list of lessons learnt from the failure of theseoperations, including the need for greater communicationssecurity and a more flexible strategy.Part two seeks to counter the intellectual and religiousarguments used by some members of the jihadist community todelay undertaking jihad. Part two also highlights deficiencies inlaw enforcement agencies which restrict their ability to prevent jihadist operations.The conclusion of the manifesto reaffirms that the primaryenemy of the mujahidin remains the 'Crusader-Zionist alliance'led by the United States. However, the Indonesian state is also alegitimate target for attacks.
Please do not disseminate or cite this document without the prior permission of OSC. For  further information contact  oscenquiries@ona.gov.au
 
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INTRODUCTION
 
 Amidst the difficult trials facing us, we see a glimmer of hope that the future of jihadin this nation, God Willing, will be bright if we are all able to learn from the failures of the past and continue to attack the enemy. In our efforts to wage war on the enemy, we will discover their weaknesses and strategies to defeat them. We will attempt to do our part in reviving the Islamic community's desire to fightagainst the tyranny of the oppressors
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. The blood of many mujahidin and Muslimshas been spilt because of the oppressors' desire for power and worldly possessions.This manifesto consists of three sections:Part One: Lessons from the Past (A Reflection)Part Two: Combating the Treachery of the OppressorsPart Three: Resistance Strategy  We believe that this manifesto must be conveyed to the Muslim community for thefollowing reasons:1.
 
 An article such as this can be circulated quickly and anonymously because of increased activity on jihadist forums, Facebook groups and blogs.2.
 
 We do not know how much longer we will survive in this world, so we areobliged to convey our ideas and the lessons we have learnt to the Muslimcommunity. In this way, if we die future generations of jihadists can utilise what we have learnt.This manifesto is based on experiences of jihad operations in Indonesia: in Ambon,Poso, the first Bali bombing, the Bima assassination
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and the recent Solo bombing
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. We were involved in some of these operations. We have also spoken to peopleinvolved in other operations – including a number of fugitives and some who have been imprisoned. And we monitored media reporting on these operations. We have deliberately chosen to use the identifier 'we' because this manifestorepresents the combined knowledge of a number of individuals and shows that thereis still a small section of the community who are promoting jihad. We hope that this manifesto will be of use and we pray that God accepts this smalldeed of ours.In exile, Muharram 1433H [November/December 2011] Abu Jaisy Al Ghareeb
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Jihadists and radical groups use the Arabic term
thagut 
term to refer to governments which they consider illegitimate.
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On 30 June 2011, Sa'ban Arrahman, a student from Jemaah Islamiyah (JI)-linked school Umar bin Khattab, stabbed apolice officer to death in Bolo Sub-district, Bima District, West Nusa Tenggara (NTB).
3
On 25 September 2011, Ahmad Yosepa Hayat, a member of a terrorist cell based in Cirebon attacked the KapuntonBethel Evangelical Church (GBIS) in Solo, Central Java.

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