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Fadli said the BIN announcement about radicalism had caused the inconvenience

Jakarta (ANTARA News) – The deputy chairman of the Indonesian House of Representatives Fadli Zon assessed the announcement by the State Intelligence Agency (BIN) of 50 lecturers in 40 mosques in the ministry / institution environment that actually caused a new earthquake in the community.

"I think these announcements will create a new noise, because we are not clear about the criteria," Fadli said on Wednesday at the Jakarta Complex Complex.

He said that regarding the data submitted by BIN, he received a report from Pesantren and the Community Development Association (P3M), that 50 of the radicals exhibited 50 lecturers of 41 mosques in the state environment.

He considered that the task of the intelligence apparatus is a deregulation program funded by the State Budget (APBN), in order for the program to be evaluated initiated or not.

According to Fadlija, the work of the intelligence service was running quietly and not as openly as demonstrated in relation to the government mosques exposed to radicalism.

"What is meant by radicalism, which implies exposure to radicalism, what are the criteria, which are the lessons, are all transparent," he said.

Fadli estimated that the criteria for exposing radicalism were unclear so that people would question and accuse each other, particularly at universities, pesantras and other educational institutions.

Deputy House Speaker Fahri Hamzah asked BIN not to perform public work by providing public information because the work of the institution reported the president only as a "user".

According to Fahri, BIN can not forbid activity or publish anything because the information obtained is only provided to the president.

"BIN reports only one person, the president and the execution of information should not be conducted by BIN, but by other institutions such as the Ministry of Legal and Human Rights if it is an organization," he said.

According to him, BIN's move to publicize something has actually diminished the reputation of the institution, though BIN had to be held up as a state feeling through the presidency to preserve and protect the Indonesian nation.

Earlier, BIN leader Wawan Hari Purwanto stated that his institution received the report by Pesantren and the Community Development Association (P3M), that there were 50 lecturers of 41 mosques in the governmental milieu.

He said the results of the research conducted by NU P3M as an early warning and followed the deepening and further research of BIN.

"The mosque is not radical, but there are lecturers in mosques in all government districts in Jakarta," Wawan said in Jakarta on Tuesday (11/20).

Wawan did not clearly mention whether the speaker was related to certain radical groups or not, but BIN was still deepening.

He said that the exposed parties conveyed the statement of hate and the infidelity of others.

Wawan said that mosques in ministries / institutions and state enterprises should be maintained so that spreading speeches to certain groups through religious lectures does not affect the community and degrade Islam as a religion that respects each group.

According to him, BIN provides an early warning system to increase awareness, maintain tolerance, and respect diversity.

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Editor: Edy Sujatmiko

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