Not many of Aman Abdurrahman's neighbours in Licin village in Sumedang, a two-hour drive from Bandung, really liked having him in their midst.
They were relieved after the radical cleric and Indonesia's most dangerous terrorist ideologue, who was behind a series of attacks across the country in the past few years, was sentenced to death recently.
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