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Indonesia has concerns over growing support for IS

In the wake of recent gains in Syria and Iraq by the jihadist fighters of Islamic State, the authorities in Indonesia are expressing their concern over the militant group's growing influence in the world's most populous Muslim nation.

The Indonesian government has banned the organisation, but some of its sympathisers continue to show their support for the radical Islamists.

BBC Indonesia's Sri Lestari reports.

  • 02 Sep 2014
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