IMAM SAMUDRA ngayal bilang bhw AlQaeda mungkin sekali akan melakukan
pemboman balasan kalo dia, I'M ZORRY dan Mukhlas jadi di-dor oleh

Gabriela Rantau   
<> Wednesday June 18, 02:47 PM Bali
bomber's death 'may spark attacks'
One of three Bali bombers awaiting execution in Indonesia has warned
al-Qaeda is "very likely" to launch revenge attacks if authorities kill

Imam Samudra and two militants - Amrozi and his brother Mukhlas - have
been sentenced to death for their roles in the 2002 attacks on the
resort island of Bali, which killed 202 people, including 88

Indonesian prosecutors are still waiting for the Supreme Court to
deliberate on a third judicial review filed on behalf of the three, who
have admitted their roles in the attacks.

Samudra was interviewed in jail by a local hard-line Islamist magazine,

Asked whether al-Qaeda would send operatives to Indonesia to launch
attacks if he were executed, he said: "That is very likely. God willing,
hopefully that will happen. Everyone knows that the armies of Allah are

The magazine, which has a circulation of 10,000, hit newsstands in
Indonesia last week.

The Bali attacks were carried out by members and associates of Jemaah
Islamiah, a Southeast Asian militant group whose leaders came under the
influence of al-Qaeda in the late 1990s when they trained and fought in

Since then, militants have launched three more attacks on Western
targets in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation. The
latest attack, on restaurants in Bali in 2005, killed 12, including four

On Tuesday, a brother of Amrozi and Mukhlas said the family had made
preparations for their executions, should the final legal bid fail.

"We have prepared things that we need for the worst possible situation,"
Muhammad Chozin said.

"Preparations include plain white clothes and three cars ready and tuned
up for a long journey in case we are told to go there (the prison),"
Chozin added, speaking by telephone from his family home in Lamongan,
near the country's second-largest city of Surabaya.

The bombers had told their families in their wills that they wanted
Islamic funerals, with a plain white cloth to cover their bodies after
they were executed.

The three are being held in a maximum security jail on Nusakambangan
island in Central Java, hundreds of kilometres from their families who
live in East and West Java.

The bombers have repeatedly told the media they are ready to die as
martyrs, and will not seek presidential clemency.

Indonesia does not make public the timing and exact location of
executions but a deputy attorney general told reporters last month that
it would be in Central Java.

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