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Interpol to help repatriate a hate speech, blasphemy suspect who lives as a scavenger in the U.S.


Jakarta, IO – The National Police (Polri) headquarters said Interpol would help repatriate Saifuddin Ibrahim, a suspect of hate speech and blasphemy who is currently living in the U.S. as a scavenger, reported CNN Indonesia, Wednesday (4/1).

As a suspect, Saifuddin still actively creates social media content on YouTube. In a 7-minute video, Saifuddin and his partner were seen collecting used bottles and putting them in a blue basket.

“My brothers, even though we are in foreign country, we are still moving forward even though we have to become a scavenger. I am a scavenger of souls wherever I am,” Saifuddin said via his YouTube account three weeks ago. Saifuddin is also known to have several other active YouTube channels.


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