Here's an interesting shot from the Muslim streets of moderate Indonesia. Mind you, Obama was raised in Indonesia.
From 1967 to 1971, he was an elementary school student in Jakarta, Indonesia. Barack Hussein Obama spent four of his crucial formative years, from the ages of six to ten, outside the United States, in the largest Muslim country in the world. His father was a Muslim from Kenya; his stepfather a Muslim from Indonesia. (excerpt from my book here)
Jihad trumps all ......even a President raised in Indonesia.
Translated from this: L'Indonésie craint l'après Ben Laden
All the concessions of Obama - the burial of the body of bin Laden as Muslim rites, including a prayer for it to be received in heaven, and the refusal to broadcast the pictures of his body - will not change the determination fanatics. In fact, they fuel their fantasies instead of power.
"Of course, the death of bin Laden will have a broad impact. The ideological reference of Indonesian terrorists has always been that fatwas issued by Osama bin Laden, "worries Ansyaad Mbay, director of the National Anti-terrorism agency, which said" some "of an upcoming attack on Indonesian soil.
In recent years, local factions had concentrated their attacks on the Christian community and the Indonesian police, seen as their enemy directly. An attack has been foiled at the last minute during the last Easter weekend. He planned to blow up a cathedral in the suburbs of Jakarta.
"It is probable that with the death of bin Laden, is that the Indonesian jihadists will switch targets. The war against the West could leave, "warns Sidney Jones. Many fear a replica of the Bali bombings, perpetrated by Jemaah Islamyah with the financial support of al-Qaida that killed 202 people Oct. 12, 2002. On the island, 8,000 extra police were deployed. Precaution, to be effective, should be sustainable, warns Sidney Jones. "The revenge could come in the coming months, rather than in the days ahead. Organize a terrorist attack takes time. "
Death, Osama bin Laden could face a martyr for radical groups. Much prayer was held in Jakarta Wednesday, May 4, by the Front of Defenders of Islam (FPI), a religious association which has set up shop, urging participants to "thank Bin Laden for his services."