Indonesian Muslims Try to Counter Islamic State's Appeal

February 09, 2015 07:22 AM
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In the last decade Indonesia's strategy to combat terrorism through police action and criminal prosecution, not military means, has successfully curbed the local terrorist threat. But VOA's Brian Padden reports there is growing concern that the rise of the Islamic State in Syria and Iraq could reignite radical movements in the world's largest Muslim majority country.