Indonesia bans politically influential FPI

Indonesia officially outlawed the politically influential Islamic Defenders Front, known by the domestic acronym FPI, headed by popular cleric Habib Rizieq Shihab, amid fears of rising tensions between the government and the group’s supporters.

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