The Jakarta Post, Bandung Thu, January 10 2013,
Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) member Muhammad Asep Abdurahman, aka Utep, on Thursday began his trial at the Bandung District Court following his accusation on the destruction of an Ahmadiyah mosque.
State Prosecutor Agus Mujoko said that Utep had been charged with Article 170 of the Criminal Code on assault and Article 335 on offensive behavior. Violation of the articles, if proven, could result in a maximum of 5-year prison term.
Agus said that Utep had demanded the Ahmadis not to celebrate Idul Adha, Islamic day of sacrifice, in their mosque An Nasir in October last year.
“Do you want another deadly incident like Cikeusik?” Agus reiterated Utep's threat. The threat referred to a deadly attack on Ahmadis in Cikeusik, Bogor, which killed three Ahmadis.
The Ahmadis refused to heed Utep’s demands and said that they would keep performing ied prayer and slaughtering animals during Idul Adha.
Agus said that Utep coordinated other FPI members to attack the mosque.
“The defendant came to the mosque with around 50 other FPI members, then broke windows, lamps and a motorcycle at the mosque. The damage costs Rp 3 million (US$308),” Agus said as quoted by tempo.co.
Police finally cancelled the Idul Adha celebration at the mosque for the sake of security.
( and the sentence? "Oh you bad boy, I give you little slaps on the wrist, and if you do this again don't get cought!" What else can you expect? siK.)