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The Jak Pos, Tuesday, April 5 2016


Three female members of the East Indonesia Mujahidin (MIT) terrorist group have vowed to take revenge against government security personnel for killing their husbands.

The women joined the militant group in Poso regency, Central Sulawesi, take revenge for the deaths of their husbands, a top official said on Tuesday.

After their husbands’ deaths, the three apparently traveled to Central Sulawesi to marry Santoso, the leader of the MIT and two of his fellow militants.

Operation Tinombala task force released updated photos of the three women, two of whom were not wearing burkas.

The two uncovered women have been identified as the present wife of MIT leader Santoso, Jumiatun Muslim, aka Bunga, aka Umi Delima, from Bima, West Nusa Tenggara, and the present wife of Ali Kalora, Tini Susanti Kaduku, aka Umi Fadel, from Poso.

The third women is also from Bima and is the present wife of Basri, Nurmi Usman, aka Oma, who is holding a rifle in the photo.

The women are widows of members of the group in Bima, West Nusa Tenggara, Operation Tinombala chief Brig. Gen. Rudy Sufahriady said.

The three women joined the group in Poso to take revenge against the National Police's Densus 88 counterterrorism group, members of which killed their husbands in shoot-outs.

"Based on intelligence, the three women pledged allegiance [to MIT], saying it was better for them to die as syahid [defender of Islam] accompanying their husbands than to surrender," said Rudy, who is also the Central Sulawesi Police chief, on Tuesday without mentioning who the women’s dead husbands were.

Tinombala Operation task force members are also hunting for the three women.

The task force also released a photo of a fully covered woman holding an M16 rifle while crossing a small river in the middle of the forest. It is suspected that it is Jumiatun, Santoso's second wife, Rudy said.

The hunt for Santoso and his followers was intensified on Tuesday. Sixty elite troopers are combing the forest of North Lore subdistrict, where it is suspected that Santoso is hiding



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