Salvation Army members killed in Indonesia | Abroad

Salvation Army members killed in Indonesia | Abroad
Salvation Army members killed in Indonesia | Abroad

The dead were found at their burned-down houses in the village of Lemban Tongoa in the north of the island on Friday, a police spokesman said on Saturday. Two had been burned beyond recognition and one of the bodies had been decapitated. The Salvation Army in Indonesia confirmed that they were members of the evangelical denomination.

The police spokesman said the East Indonesian mujahideen (MIT), who have pledged allegiance to ISIS, are believed to be behind the crime. “The attack had characteristics of it. They may not have known the victims. They just wanted to sow terror, ”he said.

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