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Fitria Diana

June 25, 2020 Extremists /

Born: 1999;

Place of Birth: Indonesia;

Gender: Female;

Nationality: Indonesian;

General Info:
Fitria Diana is an Indonesian national with links to the Islamic State (IS) group who tried to assassinate the ex country’s chief security minister.

The Jakarta court handed a nine-year sentence to Fitria Diana, and twelve years to her husband Syahrial Alamsyah, after convicting them on terrorism charges for trying to kill then security minister Wiranto.

The sentences were below prosecutors demands for a 16-year and 12-year term. The court rejected the couple’s defense that they were solely motivated by anti-government sentiment, ruling that Alamsyah belonged to a local extremist group allied to the Islamic State.

Her husband stabbed the now 73-year-old Wiranto as he exited a car during a visit to Pandeglang regency on Java island. Diana and her husband, who injured a member of Wiranto’s entourage, were wrestled to the ground by security personnel.

Wiranto sustained knife wounds to his abdomen, but survived the attack, in which several others were also injured. Days before the assassination attempt, the pair pledged allegiance to late Islamic State leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi.

The couple were radicalized through hardline rhetoric on social media and watching videos of Muslims fighting in Syria, their trial heard.

They also listened to speeches by jailed firebrand cleric Abu Bakar Bashir, believed to be behind the 2002 Bali bombings, and Aman Abdurrahman, who was sentenced to death for masterminding gun and suicide attacks in Jakarta in 2016.

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