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War on Terror - What Next?

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Reports have suggested that America could target parts of Indonesia, where Islamic militants have gained a strong foothold. The head of the country’s National Intelligences Agency, Lieutenant General Hendropriyono, recently confirmed that al-Qaeda members have been fighting on the island of Sulawesi. Local militant groups - such as Laskar Jihad which has trained thousands to fight against Christians - are believed to have links with al-Qaeda. Washington is said to be frustrated by the unwillingness of the Indonesian security forces to rein in Islamic militants.

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