Indonesian hardline cleric Rizieq Shihab, put on the defensive for allegedly insulting the state ideology and founding President Sukarno, is now confronted with another challenge as police investigate allegations of his online sex chats.
The fresh allegations were filed by a group of students on Monday, after screen grabs of the intimate Whats App exchanges purportedly between the 51-year-old cleric and Ms Firza Husein, along with nude photographs resembling her, went viral on social media.
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Mr Rizieq had been jailed twice previously - in 2003 for inciting his followers to violently harass people at nightspots in Jakarta, and in 2008 for attacking a minority group holding a vigil in the capital.
Today, the police are expected to question him and two other Muslim leaders with regard to a meeting they had attended with former lawmaker Sri Bintang Pamungkas and several others, who were arrested over an alleged plot to topple the government.
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FPI spokesman Slamet Maarif told The Straits Times that "all these are lies", adding: "There are indications that there is a global movement to silence us." But analysts told The Straits Times it was not an attempt to muzzle critics, but simply the country's legal system taking its course.
"He calls himself an imam and feels that he is untouchable. He wants to judge others but he himself is a lot of trouble," said Mr Zuhairi Miswari, an intellectual from Muslim organisation Nahdlatul Ulama.
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