Argo noted that Sulaiman deleted his post and apologized. But he added that the post went viral long enough to be seen by the Tanjung Balai Asahan chapter of the Ansor Islamic youth group and its head Salman al Hariz. He added that Salman reported the stunt to the police.
Police charged Sulaiman with violating Indonesia’s Electronic Information and Transaction Laws. If found guilty, he faces four to six years behind bars and a fine ranging from Rp. 750 million to Rp. 1 billion ($50,498.83 - $67,331.77).
(Writers: Devina Halim, Dani Prabowo | Editors: Kristian Erdianto, Diamanty Meiliana, Dani Prabowo)
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