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 jail are recruiting new followers to their cause.
Prisons threaten to undermine the progress made against terrorism here
since 2002, when nightclub bombings killed 202 people on the tourist
island of Bali, many of them Australians and Americans.
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