Indonesian President Joko "Jokowi" Widodo (centre) shakes hands with parliamentarians after his Monday (October 20th) inauguration at the House of Representatives in Jakarta. [Romeo Gacad/AFP]
Embarrassed and outraged, Muslims are urged to "unite for good" and reject ISIS's hate.
The Acehnese government and police deny the Middle Eastern jihadist group is present in the region.
The jihadist organisation even claims that Islam's holy book justifies enslavement of women and violent acts against them.
Coastal residents of the province in Thailand's Deep South must contend with rising sea levels.
Authorities in Indonesia and Malaysia are concerned that domestic terrorists will try to establish an ISIS-style caliphate in Southeast Asia.
Jihadists are using robbery and even charitable donations to fund violence, experts and leaders warn.
Indonesia's tradition of moderate, tolerant Islam is under threat by hard-line groups who are imposing their conservative views on others and intimidating religious minorities.