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バリ爆破の陰に英国で教育を受けた活動家(インディペンデント)〜やっぱりそうだったの?
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投稿者 kamenoko 日時 2005 年 10 月 08 日 07:00:27: pabqsWuV.mDlg
 

(回答先: バリ同時テロ、JI自爆専門部隊の犯行か [読売新聞]【自爆じゃないみたいだよ(笑】 投稿者 あっしら 日時 2005 年 10 月 08 日 03:27:50)

バリ爆破の陰に英国で教育を受けた活動家(インディペンデント)

しかし、見出しにまで持ってこられた「英国で教育を受けた」部分の発言が、
記事中に見あたりません。 
(これで精一杯。察してください・・なの?)


British-educated militant 'was behind Bali blasts'

by Kathy Marks  バリ/デンパサール   05年10月5日

02年のナイトクラブ攻撃の首謀者のひとりによると、3年間で2度にわたってバリ島を
恐怖に陥れた自爆犯は、英国で教育を受けたイスラム活動家にリクルートされた
可能性がある。

インドネシアの首都ジャカルタで終身刑を受けているアリ・イムロン(Ali Imron)が
地元紙に語ったところによると、先週末の爆破はアルカイダと繋がりがあるイスラム
過激派グループ ジャマァ・イスラミヤ幹部でマレーシア人爆弾専門家 アザハリ・
ビン・フジン(Azahari bin Husin)の特徴が随所にあらわれているという。

ジンバランビーチの野外シーフード・カフェ2軒と、島の主要観光地クタの中心部の
レストランを破壊したのは、ボールベアリングの詰まったTNT製爆弾だった。

遺体の損傷が激しいために、犠牲者数は未だ確定していない。 バリ最大のサングラー
病院は29遺体(部分)を収容したが、警察によると自爆犯3人と外国人数名を含む22人
とのこと。  負傷者数は、オーストラリアのロイヤル・ダーウィン病院に飛行機で
移送された23人を加えて100人以上にのぼる。 怪我の状態を”戦争のそれに匹敵する”
と表現した医師は、大きな買い物袋3つが一杯になる量の金属片を患者の体から摘出
したと語った。

インドネシア警察は、容疑者とみられる男性2人を含む39人から事情徴集を行ったが、
拘束も逮捕もしていない。ソエナルコ・アルタント(Soenarko Artanto)上級広報官は、
「今のところは単なる目撃者とみなしている」と語った。

ソエナルコ氏によると、豪州レディング大学で学位を受けたアザヒリと、逃亡中の
マレーシア人ヌアディン・モハメド・トップが首謀容疑者とみられており、「直近の
事件後に、我々は追跡を強化した」と語った。 

2人の長兄アムロジ、ムークラスが死刑囚棟に収容されているアリ・イムロンは、
インド・ポス紙に対し、主犯は「前回と同じ人物」、また誰を指すかと問われて
「ドクター・アザヒリでなければ誰だと言うのだ?」と答えた。

現場から9ボルトのバッテリーが発見されたことを受け、「9ボルトバッテリーの
使用は、アザヒリのトレードマークだ」と、マレーシア人の特徴が出ている方法で
あるとし、「アザヒリの新規採用者だろう。やつは爆破実行者として新しい人々の
採用を続けてきた。だから死んだあの3人は、やつの配下だろう」と語った。

バッテリーは、警官が現場から採取した爆弾の破片の中からみつかった。また、
犯人のものと思われる衣服・サンダル・財布とともにペレット(小球)・ケーブルと
起爆装置も発見された。 捜査官によると、爆破のトリガーは携帯電話だったとの
ことだ。

イムロンはまた、「これまでのところ、アザヒリは常にオブザーバーだった」と
アザヒリみずから計画指揮にバリ島に渡った可能性も示唆した。 現場から切断
された頭部がみつかった爆破犯3名の写真に見覚えはなく、「新たにリクルートされた
者たちのようだ」と語った。

02年の攻撃で果たした役割により収監中のインドネシア人聖職者長老アブ・バクル・
バシールからは、予想外の介入があった。 爆破を非難しつつも、インドネシア
政府に対する神の不興のあらわれと付け加えたバシールは、「いかなる理由であれ、
非戦闘地帯で無辜犠牲を狙う爆破に全く賛成できない」。

専門家によると、逮捕者が続いた同組織は弱体化したが、他の組織や個人と連盟を
形成している可能性がある。

この手のグループの締め出しは不可能に近いとするインドネシア政府は、イスラム
グループと政党の反逆の引き金になると、ジャマァ・イスラミヤの非合法化を求める
国際社会の声に応じない。

スジロ・バンバン・ユドヨノ大統領は昨日負傷者を見舞い、「我々は首謀者を追い詰め、
法廷に引き出す。どうか忍耐を強く待っていて下さい」と声をかけた。

http://news.independent.co.uk/world/asia/article317205.ece

British-educated militant 'was behind Bali blasts'
By Kathy Marks in Denpasar, Bali
Published: 05 October 2005
The suicide bombers who brought terror to Bali for the second time in three years were probably recruited by a British-educated Islamic militant, according to one of the ringleaders of the 2002 nightclub attacks.

Ali Imron, who is serving a life sentence at a prison in Jakarta, the Indonesian capital, told a local newspaper that last weekend's explosions bore the hallmarks of Azahari bin Husin, a Malaysian bomb-maker and senior figure in Jemaah Islamiyah, the regional extremist group linked to al-Qa'ida.

The bombs, made of TNT and packed with ball bearings, destroyed two open-air seafood cafés on Jimbaran Beach and a restaurant in central Kuta, the island's main tourist area.

The death toll remains unclear, since many bodies were dismembered. Bali's principal hospital, Sanglah, is listing 29 dead, but police say the figure is 22, including the three bombers and several foreigners.

More than 100 people were wounded, including 23 who were airlifted to the Royal Darwin Hospital in Australia. Doctors described their injuries as " consistent with war", and said enough shrapnel had been removed from their bodies to fill three large shopping bags.

Indonesian police have questioned 39 people, including two men regarded as possible suspects, but they have not yet detained or arrested anyone. " So far they are just witnesses," said Soenarko Artanto, a senior spokesman.

Mr Soenarko said Azahari, who received a doctorate from Reading University after studying in Australia, and another Malaysian fugitive, Noordin Mohamed Top, were prime suspects in the inquiry. "After the recent incidents our hunt for them has been stepped up," he said.

Ali Imron, whose two older brothers, Amrozi and Mukhlas, are on death row, told the Indo Pos that the perpetrators were "those same people" as last time. Asked whom he meant, he replied: "Who else if not the group of Dr Azahari?"

He said the modus operandi was characteristic of the Malaysian, as were the nine-volt batteries found at the sites. "The use of nine-volt batteries is a trademark of Azahari," he said. "It could be Azahari's new recruits. All this time Azahari has never stopped recruiting new people to execute bombings, so those three who died could be his men."

The batteries were among bomb fragments recovered by police. They have also found pellets, cables and detonators, as well as scraps of clothing, a sandal and a wallet believed to belong to the bombers. Investigators say the bombs may have been triggered by mobile phones.

Imron said Azahari might have travelled to Bali to supervise the operation. " So far, Azahari always observes," he said. He did not recognise photographs of the three bombers, whose severed heads were found at the scene of the blasts. "It seems they could be people freshly recruited."

In an unexpected intervention, Abu Bakr Bashir, the elderly Indonesian cleric imprisoned for his role in the 2002 attacks, condemned the bombings but added that they were a sign of God's displeasure with the Indonesian government. "I very much disagree with any bombings, regardless of the reasons, in non-conflict areas, which are aimed at sacrificing the innocent," said Bashir.

The organisation, experts say, has been hit by a series of arrests in recent years, but may have formed alliances with other organisations or individuals.

The Indonesian government shrugged off international calls to outlaw Jemaah Islamiyah ­ doing so could trigger opposition from Muslim groups and political parties ­ saying the group's elusive nature would make it difficult to ban.

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono visited some of the wounded yesterday, telling one: "We will chase those perpetrators and bring them to court. Please be patient."

The suicide bombers who brought terror to Bali for the second time in three years were probably recruited by a British-educated Islamic militant, according to one of the ringleaders of the 2002 nightclub attacks.

Ali Imron, who is serving a life sentence at a prison in Jakarta, the Indonesian capital, told a local newspaper that last weekend's explosions bore the hallmarks of Azahari bin Husin, a Malaysian bomb-maker and senior figure in Jemaah Islamiyah, the regional extremist group linked to al-Qa'ida.

The bombs, made of TNT and packed with ball bearings, destroyed two open-air seafood cafés on Jimbaran Beach and a restaurant in central Kuta, the island's main tourist area.

The death toll remains unclear, since many bodies were dismembered. Bali's principal hospital, Sanglah, is listing 29 dead, but police say the figure is 22, including the three bombers and several foreigners.

More than 100 people were wounded, including 23 who were airlifted to the Royal Darwin Hospital in Australia. Doctors described their injuries as " consistent with war", and said enough shrapnel had been removed from their bodies to fill three large shopping bags.

Indonesian police have questioned 39 people, including two men regarded as possible suspects, but they have not yet detained or arrested anyone. " So far they are just witnesses," said Soenarko Artanto, a senior spokesman.

Mr Soenarko said Azahari, who received a doctorate from Reading University after studying in Australia, and another Malaysian fugitive, Noordin Mohamed Top, were prime suspects in the inquiry. "After the recent incidents our hunt for them has been stepped up," he said.

Ali Imron, whose two older brothers, Amrozi and Mukhlas, are on death row, told the Indo Pos that the perpetrators were "those same people" as last time. Asked whom he meant, he replied: "Who else if not the group of Dr Azahari?"
He said the modus operandi was characteristic of the Malaysian, as were the nine-volt batteries found at the sites. "The use of nine-volt batteries is a trademark of Azahari," he said. "It could be Azahari's new recruits. All this time Azahari has never stopped recruiting new people to execute bombings, so those three who died could be his men."

The batteries were among bomb fragments recovered by police. They have also found pellets, cables and detonators, as well as scraps of clothing, a sandal and a wallet believed to belong to the bombers. Investigators say the bombs may have been triggered by mobile phones.

Imron said Azahari might have travelled to Bali to supervise the operation. " So far, Azahari always observes," he said. He did not recognise photographs of the three bombers, whose severed heads were found at the scene of the blasts. "It seems they could be people freshly recruited."

In an unexpected intervention, Abu Bakr Bashir, the elderly Indonesian cleric imprisoned for his role in the 2002 attacks, condemned the bombings but added that they were a sign of God's displeasure with the Indonesian government. "I very much disagree with any bombings, regardless of the reasons, in non-conflict areas, which are aimed at sacrificing the innocent," said Bashir.

The organisation, experts say, has been hit by a series of arrests in recent years, but may have formed alliances with other organisations or individuals.

The Indonesian government shrugged off international calls to outlaw Jemaah Islamiyah ­ doing so could trigger opposition from Muslim groups and political parties ­ saying the group's elusive nature would make it difficult to ban.

President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono visited some of the wounded yesterday, telling one: "We will chase those perpetrators and bring them to court. Please be patient."

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