The wave of public opposition to the repatriation of Indonesian Islamic State (IS) Iraq and Syria has been strong. The government has decided not to repatriate IS combatants for the security of the people in the country
Lively debate about repatriating Islamic State (IS) group combatants in Iraq and Syria has drained our energy.
The government has decided not to repatriate people from Indonesia who are considered to be involved in the Islamic State group.
Terrorism has existed for a long time, but it has never been accounted for in international politics until Sept. 11, 2001. Since then, quasi-religious terrorism has succeeded in dictating the political pattern of US bilateral relations.