This was revealed in coordination Rapar Police, Army and attorney, on Monday, July 25, 2011. Coordination meeting spenanggulangan terrorism in Indonesia. National Agency for Combating Terrorism said there are 14 regions in Indonesia identified as pockets of terrorist networks.
Head of National Agency for Combating Terrorism, Ansyaad Mbai, describes the coordination meeting aims to synergize the TNI, police and the Prosecutor in particular in the regions in tackling terrorism.
The apparatus is expected to prevent or conduct in connection with the early detection of terrorist threats, particularly in the 14 regions identified as pockets of terrorist networks.
The threat of terrorism in Indonesia is very serious according to Ansyaad especially at this time the terrorists had become the state apparatus as their target.
Ansyaad Mbai said, "What had been the target (the) West and then target the president, the target to the police, the state apparatus. It can not be allowed. If the state apparatus have become targets, how the public later. Fear of society will be going on. And then if we see the interplay between the terrorist groups in Poso, Bima, Sumatra, Java is so obvious, it must be faced jointly, not individually. "
In the coordination meeting, the Coordinating Minister for Political, Legal and Security Affairs Djoko Suyanto ask officials in the regions more active in making efforts to prevent acts of terrorism. He also said the military should play a role in tackling terrorism that the terrorists do not easily fit into Indonesia.
Furthermore, Djoko Suyanto said, "Terrorism can happen anywhere, anytime and by anyone. Therefore, the apparatus in the area, whether territorial officials, police, law enforcement officials, regional leaders must also be aware of events and phenomena that . So, over how the apparatus in the area early indications look. The task action will be easier in terms of catch, punish, crack down. But preventive surgery, surgery deradicalisation restore those already lost in his thinking, it is hard. "