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Indonesia stops the trial of fear of fear

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Note: The government of Indonesia has recently asked public broadcasting agencies, television stations and radio networks not
 The government of Indonesia has recently asked public broadcasting agencies, television stations and radio networks not to live a live broadcast of terrorist activities, because they fear that the live broadcast will have the opposite effect, including the idolized terrorists.
In June 8th, the Indonesian Broadcasting Bureau issued a notice to protect the authority of the court, ensure a successful trial, protect the security of judges and witnesses, and prevent the potential spread of extreme ideology, and prevent people from adoration of terrorists. All public broadcasting institutions, television stations and radio networks in the country will not live broadcast of any and the terrorists in the future. A court of justice.
In a discussion of a live fear trial, the Indonesian police spokesman said that this kind of live broadcast could cause some people's sympathy and take the suspects as an example. He also said with concern that "the trial of live broadcast of terrorist cases may cause unrelated persons to become interested in terrorism".
The Indonesian authorities are very nervous and strained to cope with the grim situation of terrorist attacks. During the Ramadan of May this year, 4 suicide bombings took place in a week in Indonesia, killing more than 20 people and injuring more than 10 people. They even launched their children as human bombs. The youngest assailant was only 7 years old. This is the most tragic year of the terrorist attacks in Indonesia since the terrorist attacks in Bali Island in 2002.
In Indonesia, terrorism can not be eradicated for a long time. A few people were lure from heavy gold and went abroad to join the "Islamic state". After returning home, they advocated a terrorist attack on their own military and police, which made a major threat to the local public security.
Against this background, the Indonesia government has issued relevant policies to stop the court hearing involving live broadcast of terrorism.
In fact, the Indonesian authorities have already begun to reflect on the advantages and disadvantages of the trial of live broadcast terrorism. Indonesian police spokesman Gassan, for example, said that after a serious terrorist attack in Bali Island in 2002, the media had broadcast the suspect to be interrogated, and the suspect was then reprinted with a smile and a wave of wave. This caused very bad social influence, and Indonesian police received protests from all over the world. "Protesters asked why terrorists could occupy such a large space in media coverage."
In addition, in the Indonesian authorities to reflect on the advantages and disadvantages of the direct seeding fear trial, the media was broadcast live on the trial of the extremists, Oman, who planned a series of terrorist attacks from prison. The sound of a suspected bomb exploded on the live scene resulted in the interruption of the trial. This case also prompted the Indonesian police and even the Indonesian government to reflect on whether they should stop the trial of live related terrorism.
Oman is the leader of the "divine right guerrilla" of the active extremist group in Indonesia. The "theocratic guerrilla team" was founded in 2015 and was established to pledge allegiance to the "Islamic state" and has become the backbone of the Indonesian "Islamic state" supporter. It is worth noting that the recent series of terrorist attacks in Indonesia are related to theocratic guerrilla forces. After the collapse of Iraq and Syria, the control of the Islamic state in the Middle East sharply reduced and its influence declined sharply. Some of the organization's influence began to infiltrate into Southeast Asian countries such as Indonesia. In Indonesia, there are as many as more than 30 "divine power guerrilla forces".
Indonesian President Djoko believes that "the infiltration of radicalism is not a sudden occurrence. It has gone through a long process". He asked not only to carry out the dephylactic evolution process at the government level, such as the prevention of the National Counter Terrorism Bureau, the police and the military are responsible for combating radicalism, and more importantly, community and civil organizations must also take part in action to eradicate radicalism and terrorism. In addition, the Indonesian government believes that the stop of live trial involving terrorism is one of the effective means to contain terrorism.
Sue Cardis, coordinator of the Indonesian defense and Strategic Research Institute, said that "Indonesia needs to take all measures to deal with the threat of terrorism, not only requires parents, neighbourhood and society to strengthen ideological education for children, but also to pay attention to media communication."
 
 
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