Attacker of the Church Allegedly Gets Influence of Radicalism

By : Herry Barus And Aldi Firhand. A | Tuesday, February 13 2018 - 09:51 IWST

National Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian
National Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian

INDUSTRY.co.id - Jakarta- Suliyono, the attacker of Church of Santa Lidwina Bedog, Sleman District, Yogyakarta Special Region allegedly got the influence of understanding radicalism.

"He has lived in Poso, Central Sulawesi and Magelang, and there are strong indications that this has got radical procreation," said Police Chief Gen. Tito Karnavian at the Jakarta Metropolitan Police, Monday (12/2/2018)

Not only that, Suliyono also allegedly planned to go to Syria, but failed.

After his plan to Syria is not realized, Suliyono allegedly ends up doing terror acts against the people he considers infidels.

He once tried to make a passport to leave for Syria but was unsuccessful, eventually he attacked the "infidel" version of him, he said.

While related to the possibility of perpetrators of a particular terrorist network or working alone (lone wolf), the police are still searching.

Previously, an unknown person attacked the Church of Santa Lidwina, Jambon Trihanggo, Gamping, Sleman, DI Yogyakarta when Catholics held a mass service on Sunday (11/2) morning.

Four people were injured in the incident. Two members of the church congregation named John and Budijono. A German priest named Romo Prier and a policeman Aiptu Munir.

The latter actor, Suliyono (22), a resident of Krajan RT 02 RW 01 Kandangan, Pesanggrahan Banyuwangi, East Java was eventually crippled by the police for staying against.

The perpetrator was taken to UGM Hospital, Sleman, DIY to undergo treatment. While the victims were taken to Panti Rapih Hospital, Sleman.

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