Are Indonesian Universities Really a Breeding Ground For Terrorism?
The BNPT thinks so, but experts aren't so convinced.
What to Do About Indonesia's Forgotten Women and Children of ISIS
More than 200 women and children moved to the Islamic State. Only half of them returned.
The Inside Story of JAD, Indonesia's Newest, and Deadliest, Terrorist Group
We dig deep and uncover everything we can about the organization behind the Surabaya bombings.
Social Media is the New Front Line in Indonesia's War on Terrorism
The country can arrest terrorist leaders, but it can't silence their views online.
No One Believed That a Terrorist Family Could Be Living Down the Street
Neighbors of one of the families behind Surabaya's deadly terrorist attacks struggle to reconcile the news with the family they all knew.
Why We Still Know So Little About JAD, the Terrorist Group Behind the Surabaya Attacks
Everyone knows Jamaah Ansharut Daulah's name, but few know what is really going on in this shadowy new terrorist group.