In October, 2005 three schoolgirls were beheaded in Indonesia while on their way to a Christian school. A fourth was in critical condition.
Today The Scotsman reports that 7 Islamic terrorists have confessed to the attacks and beheading.
SEVEN suspected Islamic terrorists have confessed to beheading three Christian schoolgirls on Indonesia's Sulawesi Island, police said today.
The seven detained suspects confessed under questioning that they planned and carried out the October 29 beheadings in the Sulawesi town of Poso, police chief Lieutenant Colonel Rudi Sufahriadi said. Another girl was wounded but spared, he said.
Two of the suspects also say they have ties to Noordin Top, regarded as a key leader of the al Qaida-linked group Jemaah Islamiyah, according to Central Sulawesi police chief Brigadier General Oegroseno.
Indonesia has arrested scores of militants belonging to Jemaah Islamiyah terror group in recent years. The group has been blamed for a series of suicide bombings in Indonesia, including two strikes on the tourist island of Bali.
When you stoop to attacking schoolgirls I don't see how the entire nation you are in does not revolt.
In November a 20-year-old woman was attacked and killed by three machete wielding terrorists in Indonesia while she rode on the back of a motorcycle.
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