Meanwhile, the Nahdlatul Ulama [NU], one of Indonesia’s major Muslim organizations, appealed for calm in the wake of the attack. “Any violent actions that injures others cannot be justified, no matter the motive,” said NU spokesman Robikin Emhas.
“The police must move quickly to solve this crime, apprehend those responsible and determine their motives, then bring them to court.” Robikin reminded all parties of their common humanity and urged tolerance and mutual respect.
He highlighted the long-running sectarian conflict in Central Sulawesi, particularly its Poso Regency and the provincial capital Palu, and noted that “our descendants deserve to inherit our positive energy, not historical wounds and grievances passed from generation to generation.”
The government brokered a series of truces against the warring sides, most notably the Malino I peace deal in 2001 by then Coordinating Minister Jusuf Kalla.
(Writers: Achmad Nasrudin Yahya, Irfan Kamil | Editor: Kristian Erdianto)
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