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Jakarta: The arrested islamists were planning attacks in other cities

The five fighters of the Islamic State that carried out the attacks in Jakarta on Thursday they were planning attacks in other cities of Indonesia with the assistance of at least 12 other people, today announced the police.The five jihadists were killed in the attacks in Jakarta and the police have arrested so far, other 12 than those, one of whom is a suspect that the financed with resources of the Islamic State.”There were generally plans which will put the target specific parts, such as police stations and government offices, foreigners, or those who cooperate with foreign entities”, said a police spokesman Anton Σαρλίγιαν to reporters.”One of the people arrested had received resources of the Islamic State to fund the company”, said at the same time the chief of the national police Μπαντροντίν Harveywe at a Press conference, which was granted two days after the attacks in the indonesian capital of which lost their lives two people and the 5 perpetrators.

The five fighters of the Islamic State that carried out the attacks in Jakarta on Thursday they were planning attacks in other cities of Indonesia with the assistance of at least 12 other people, today announced the police.
The five jihadists were killed in the attacks in Jakarta and the police have arrested so far, other 12 than those, one of whom is a suspect that the financed with resources of the Islamic State.
“There were generally plans which will put the target specific parts, such as police stations and government offices, foreigners, or those who cooperate with foreign entities,” said a police spokesman Anton Σαρλίγιαν to journalists.
“One of the people arrested had received resources of the Islamic State to fund the business,” said at the same time the chief of the national police Μπαντροντίν Harveywe at a Press conference, which was granted two days after the attacks in the indonesian capital of which lost their lives two people and the 5 perpetrators.

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