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Topic - Abdul Rohim
Indonesia's anti-terrorism unit arrested a radical Islamist cleric Monday for alleged ties to an al-Qaeda-affiliated cell accused of plotting high-profile assassinations and Mumbai-style attacks targeting foreigners in the capital.
Indonesian police on Monday arrested the spiritual leader of an al Qaeda-linked group that is accused of carrying out the 2002 Bali bombings and of plotting to assassinate the country's president.
Police arrested Abu Bakar Ba'asyir as the cleric was on his way home in West Java after delivering a sermon, Mr. Ba'asyir's son, Abdul Rohim, told the Associated Press.