This conference can hopefully strengthen the position of ummah on the global stage."
Indonesian Ambassador to Malaysia Hermono said that based on the death certificate issued by the hospital, Prof. Azyumardi Azra died of "acute inferior myocardial infarction".
for Islamic boarding schools, there is already Law No. 18 of 2019 concerning Islamic Boarding Schools and its implementing regulations governing the Pesantren Endowment Fund
Ex-Terrorism Convicts Prone to Former Colleagues' Terror Attacks
TheIndonesia.id - Former terrorism convicts Joko Trihermanto or Jack Harun said that terrorism convicts who left their radical ideas are vulnerable to terror from their former groups. An ex-convict has been hospitalized because of this terror attack.
"What needs to be watched out for and what needs to be reminded is that these friends who have returned have received a lot of terror," said Jack Harun when delivering his presentation at a national seminar entitled "Prevention of Radicalism-Terrorism and the Launching of Books for Snaring Terrorism" which was broadcast on the YouTube channel of the Ideology Development Center UNESA, monitored from Jakarta, Monday, May 30, 2022.
The ex-terrorism convict who was attacked is Ika, who almost joined the bombing tragedy in Bali. Soon after Ika was released from detention and returned to society, said Jack Harun, Ika divorced her husband because he was still "red", in the sense that he had not been able to return to the community.
Soon after, Ika experienced terror from her previous group. This Monday, May 30, 2022, Ika underwent treatment at the hospital.
Therefore, Jack Harun asked the public, especially law enforcement officers, to pay more attention to the security and safety of ex-convicts who have returned to the community. Not only dealing with societal stigma and exile, but ex-convicts also have to face the fear of threats posed by their former terrorist groups.
Jack Harun explained that terrorist groups would view ex-convicts that left their ideology are on the side of the state, a contrary position to their group. Thus, terrorist groups will justify attacks and killings of ex-convicts.
This condition causes ex-convicts to be in a vulnerable condition and filled with fear. "I hope that all of these former convicts are backed up, their safety is really guaranteed before they dare to appear in public. These people are vulnerable," said Jack Harun. "It is our obligation to embrace them (ex-convicts)."