A man fires a RPG in this still image taken from an undated recruitment video for the Islamic State in Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) shot at an unknown location and uploaded to a social media website on June 19, 2014. REUTERS/Social Media Video
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Indonesians are joining the procession of jihadists to Syria and Iraq, sparking fears they will revive sophisticated militant networks when they return and undermine a decade-long crackdown that has crippled the most dangerous cells.Support for groups like the Islamic State of Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS), Sunni radicals currently rampaging through northern Iraq, is growing among Indonesian extremists with dozens believed to have joined the insurgency. Indonesia, the world's biggest Muslim-majority nation, has long struggled with terrorism but a successful clampdown in recent years has seen the end of major deadly attacks – fueling interest in Syria and Iraq.Five Islamist fighters identified as Australian and British nationals have called on Muslims to join the war in Syria in a new video released by ISIS.
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