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By Tammy Bruce
Topic - Muhammad Syarif Tarabubun
A sweeping crackdown on terrorism in the past decade has spawned a new problem in Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation: Militants in prison are recruiting more followers to their cause.
"The death of Osama bin Laden will not ruin our spirit for jihad. We do it not for a figure. We do it for God's blessing," said Muhammad Syarif Tarabubun, a former police officer who was sentenced in the attack on a karaoke club in Ambon.
"The death of Osama bin Laden will not ruin our spirit for jihad," he said. "We do it not for a figure. We do it for God's blessing."