Al-Qaeda Indonesia was formed sometime in 2009 at militant training camps in Aceh and Poso, Sulawesi. The suspects claimed links to Noordin Mohammed Top, the leader of a violent splinter faction of the radical Jemaah Islamiyah network who was killed in a raid outside Solo city in Central Java in September 2009. At least three other groups are known to be active in Solo: the Solo (Indonesia) Bombers, the Boarding School Bombers, and Poso (Indonesia) Terrorist Operations. VideoVideo: 2011 Propaganda video.
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