Indonesia is circulating to newspapers photos of the severed heads of the three Bali suicide bombers in a bid for identification

Authorities believe accomplices are still on the island after the bombing attacks that killed 26 and wounded 130 people, many of them tourists. Australian police officials assisting in the hunt for clues report the bombers using a smaller more powerful type of explosives than in the past. Hospital staff report victims’ wounds consistent with anti-personnel devices packed with ball-bearings, nails and glass. debkafile adds: These are the classic components of explosives used by Palestinian terrorists in suicide attacks on Israelis, except for the glass.
The suspected masterminds are two Malaysian fugitives Azahari Bin Hosin and Noordin Mohamed Top hunted since Bali’s 2002 nightclub attacks in which 202 people were killed. They are believed to have succeeded al Qaeda-linked Jemaah Islamiyah’s operational chief Riduan Isamuddin, better known as the notorious Hambali He was captured in Thailand in 2003 and is now in US custody.

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