Indonesia attack-Three Churches Bombed-Chaos Over USA Embassy In Jerusalem

NOTE; I wrote to one of our College board members, his native country is Indonesia. I wrote 2 weeks ago, and said these things would start and in that country, it has started . The lord has shown me.
Have you seen the pic of the USA Embassy in Jerusalem? Look it up if not. Looks like trump towers. I was deeply disturbed when I saw it. I will not even post it.
It takes no Prophet to tell you this is and will only chaos more planned Chaos.
False Flag attack on embassy, and its boots on the ground, who, Iran? we will see.
Now the post.


Pics and vid on the website link above.
A COORDINATED suicide bomb attack carried out by members of the same family struck three churches in Indonesia’s second-largest city on Sunday, as the world’s most populous Muslim nation recoiled in horror at one of the worst attacks on its Christian minority.

At least seven people plus the six family members died in the attacks in Surabaya, according to police. At least 41 people were injured in the attacks, which Indonesia’s president condemned as “barbaric.”

The currently unnamed family of six, which included two daughters as young as nine and 12, launched attacks in Surbaya overnight.

National police chief Tito Karnavian said that the father exploded a car bomb, two sons aged 18 and 16 used a motorcycle for their attack, and the mother was with the daughters.

Karnavian said the family had returned to Indonesia from Syria, where until recently the Islamic State group controlled significant territory. The extremist group claimed responsibility for Sunday’s attacks in a statement carried by its Aamaq news agency. It didn’t mention anything about families or children taking part in the attack, and said there were only three attackers.

The first attack struck the Santa Maria Roman Catholic Church in Surabaya, police spokesman Frans Barung Mangera told reporters at the scene. That blast was followed by a second explosion minutes later at the Christian Church of Diponegoro and a third at the city’s Pantekosta Church, Mangera said. A witness described the woman’s attack at the Diponegoro church, saying she was carrying two bags when she arrived.

“At first officers blocked them in front of the churchyard, but the woman ignored them and forced her way inside. Suddenly she hugged a civilian then (the bomb) exploded,” said the witness, a security guard who identified himself as Antonius.

Mangera said three unexploded homemade bombs, two at the Pantekosta church and one at the Diponegoro church, were detonated by a bomb squad. Shattered glass and chunks of concrete littered the entrance of the Santa Maria Church, which was sealed off by armed police. Rescue personnel treated victims at a nearby field while officers inspected wrecked motorcycles in the parking lot that had been burned in the explosion.

A street merchant outside the church said she was blown several metres by the blast.

“I saw two men riding a motorbike force their way into the churchyard. One was wearing black pants and one with a backpack,” said the merchant, Samsia, who uses a single name. “Soon after that the explosion happened.”
Indonesian President Joko Widodo after visiting one of the church attacks in Surabaya. Picture: AP

Indonesian President Joko Widodo after visiting one of the church attacks in Surabaya. Picture: APSource:AP

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo visited the scenes of the attacks and described them as “cowardly actions” that were “very barbaric and beyond the limit of humanity.”

In Jakarta, Indonesia’s capital, the Indonesian Church Association condemned the attacks.

“We are angry,” said Gormar Gultom, an official with the association, but urged people to let the police investigation take its course.

Indonesia’s two largest Muslim organisations, Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah, also condemned the attacks.
Police officers stand guard near the site of an explosion in Surabaya. Picture: AP/Trisnadi

Police officers stand guard near the site of an explosion in Surabaya. Picture: AP/TrisnadiSource:AP

Separately, national police spokesman Setyo Wasisto said police fatally shot four suspected militants and arrested two others early on Sunday in West Java towns. It wasn’t clear whether the shootings were connected to the church attacks.

“They have trained in order to attack police,” Wasisto said, identifying the militants as members of Jemaah Anshorut Daulah, an Islamic State group- affiliated network of about two dozen extremist groups that has been implicated in a number of attacks in Indonesia over the past year.
Officers load a body bag into an ambulance at the site of one of the attacks. Picture: AP

Officers load a body bag into an ambulance at the site of one of the attacks. Picture: APSource:AP

Jakarta police placed the capital and surrounding areas on high alert, while the transportation ministry warned airports to be on guard.

The church attacks came days after police ended a hostage-taking ordeal by imprisoned Islamic militants at a detention centre near Jakarta in which six officers and three inmates died. IS claimed responsibility.
Burnt motorcycles are after one of the explosions. Picture: AP

Burnt motorcycles are after one of the explosions. Picture: APSource:AP

Indonesia has carried out a sustained crackdown on militants since bombings by al-Qaeda-affiliated radicals in Bali in 2002 killed 202 people. In recent years, the country has faced a new threat as the rise of IS in the Middle East invigorated local militant networks.

Christians, many of whom are from the ethnic Chinese minority, make up about nine per cent of Indonesia’s 260 million people.

It was the worst targeted church attack in Indonesia since Christmas Eve 2000, where 15 people were killed and 100 wounded. Religious minorities in Indonesia, especially Christians, have been repeatedly targeted by militants.
An officer leads a sniffer dog to one of the bombing sites. Picture: AP