IPAC Report 59: Indonesia: Urgent Need for a Policy on Repatriation of Pro-ISIS Nationals from Syria
As the security situation in Syrian camps & prisons deteriorates, the Indonesian gov’t could focus on repatriating its most vulnerable citizens.
The new report examines the emergence of independent cells that have no affiliation to the largest pro-ISIS coalition in the country, Jamaah Ansharul Daulah (JAD).
Examination of the 27 January 2019 Jolo bombing and what it reveals about the ongoing activities of pro-ISIS groups.
This report examines the state of pro-ISIS organization Jamaah Anshorud Daulah (JAD) after the Surabaya bombings.
Gov’t & social media companies are getting better at removing violent content, but extremists are still finding loopholes.
An examination of the difficulty in monitoring and reintegrating these deportees when they are sent back to Indonesia.
A look into a group from the Seventh Regional Command (komando wilayah 7 or KW7) of the Darul Islam movement.
The report gleans insight on extremist operations in the Philippines from suspects arrested in connection to Sept ’16 bombing in Davao.
Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict Report 37. Released 8 May 2017.
Institute for Policy Analysis of Conflict Report 35. Released 31 January 2017.