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Jakarta radicals rallied Friday to call for a "Myanmar jihad" after two Indonesians were detained over a plot to bomb the Myanmar embassy.
A bomb planted at a Buddhist temple in Indonesia was accompanied by a message referring to the plight of Myanmar's Rohingya minority.
Indonesia Myanmar violence1

A protester belonging to the hardline Islamic Defenders Front (FPI) holds a placard calling to 'stop the massacre of Muslim Rohingya and Myanmar Buddhists cowards' during a rally near at the Myanmar embassy in Jakarta on May 3, 2013. The protest highlighted the growing anger in Muslim-majority Indonesia over a string of religious clashes in largely-Buddhist Myanmar, that have left many minority Muslims dead and tens of thousands displaced. Meanwhile, two Indonesians were detained over a plot to bomb the Myanmar embassy in Jakarta, officials said.

ROMEO GACAD