A Few Poorly Organized Men: Interreligious Violence in Poso, Indonesia
Nine years of violent conflict between Christians and Muslims in Poso from 1998-2007 elevated a previously little known district in eastern Indonesia to national and global prominence. Drawing on a decade of research, for the most part conducted while the conflict was ongoing, this book provides the first comprehensive history of this violence.
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actions April 2000 riot arrested Arsal bombings Brimob burned Central Sulawesi Christian combatants clashes community members context core combatants crowd Damanik Darul Islam date not recorded December 1998 riot decision Deposition district head division of labour Dominggus dynamics of violence escalation of violence Fabianus Tibo factors fighting Golkar incidents Indonesia initial Interview Islamic Jemaah Islamiyah jihadist jihadist groups July June Karnavian Kayamanya kelompok merah Klinken Ladjalani Laskar Jihad Lateka leaders Lombogia Makassar Malino May-June 2000 violence May-June violence Mercusuar military mobilization Morowali mujahidin groups Mujahidin Kompak member murder Muslim and Christian Muslim youths neighbouring networks North Maluku Palu participation Patanga Patiro perpetrate violence phase police chief political Poso conflict Poso district Poso Pesisir Poso’s provincial recruits religious response role security forces Silanca Sintuwulemba South Sulawesi Suharto Tagolu posko Tanah Runtuh target Tentena tion urban riots violence in Poso violent conflict Walisongo weapons West Kalimantan