RECTOR IAIN: GOVERNMENT NEEDS TO PUBLISH ANTI-TERRORISM REGULATION

Palu, - Rector of the State Islamic Institute (IAIN) Palu, Central Sulawesi, Prof. Dr. H Sagaf S Pettalongi MPd considered that the handling of terrorism issues needs to be regulated in more detail by government regulation in lieu of law (perppu).

"To prevent acts of terrorism in Indonesia, the government through President Jokowi's leadership needs to immediately issue anti-terrorism regulations so that the handling of terrorist problems can be more effective and accurate," said Prof. Dr. H. Sagaf S Pettalongi, in Palu on Sunday.

Vice Chairman of Central Sulawesi MUI said the anti-terrorism regulation facilitates the government's movement in carrying out its duties and functions specifically eradicating terrorism.

"Law enforcement will be more serious and firm based on clear regulation," said Prof Sagaf.

According to him, the rules are important to be made and detailed. It is a form of state and government commitment that is not afraid of terrorism.

Meanwhile, IAIN Palu Academician Arifuddin M Arif said the action of bombing the worship house in Surabaya as a barbaric and inhumane act, and very contrary to the universal values of religious teachings.


"This terrorist attack, indicating that the terrorist is still very active and massive cadre movement by making religious ideology as a justification of his actions.

in fact, these terrorists are targeting our millennial generation as the target of its members, "said Arifuddin, in Palu on Sunday.

He said the demographic potential of the millenial generation of Indonesia today could be disastrous and very dangerous if they were already targeted by the terrorists.

Therefore, the instruments of prevention and countermeasures of terrorism are not enough by presenting Densus and BNPT.

But most importantly, call him, is to strengthen the position and role of the family as the main and first door fortify the millenial generation of terrorism traps and traps.

Director of Education Development Center, said parents should conduct intensive supervision and communication with their children.

Director of Education Development Center, said parents should conduct intensive supervision and communication with their children.


 

"Parents should be able to detect children early from indications of attitude, understanding, and radical behavior," said Arifuddin. This can be done by watching the activities, organizers, study groups, and friends of the children, and conducting intensive dialogue and discussion on various concepts of understanding of religion, thoughts and so on in the living room.

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