It’s not so radical from an Islamic perspective when it’s done in the cause for advancing the goals of Islam.
‘Use a screwdriver, even use broken glass’: Indonesian Islamic State mastermind of the Jakarta attacks brazenly calls for MORE attacks in sick online manifesto
Authorities named militant Bahrun Naim (pictured) as the mastermind of the Jakarta bombings – said to have pulled the strings of the poorly organised attack from Syria
- Authorities named Bahrun Naim the mastermind of Jakarta attacks
- On Monday he purportedly uploaded hateful messages to his blog
- Experts believe Naim left Indonesia for Syria in January 2015
- He called for his supporters to attack enemies using rudimentary weapons
- ‘He’s encouraging people to use any means… to attack the enemy’
The suspected mastermind of the Jakarta bombings has purportedly uploaded a terror manifesto calling for more attacks using rudimentary weapons such as screwdrivers and broken glass.
Authorities named militant Bahrun Naim as the mastermind behind last week’s bombings where two civilians and four militants were killed in the heart of the Indonesian capital.
Naim is thought to be in Syria and researchers said he had praised the ‘coordination’ of the Paris terror attacks in a blog post last November.
He reportedly re-activated his blog on Monday and uploaded a series of hateful messages on January 18 where he called on his followers to attack their enemies.
‘Use a screwdriver… use a kitchen knife… even use broken glass,’ said one part of the diatribe calling on his followers to ‘kill’ enemies.