The government, Susilo added, would not tolerateviolence against foreigners and that if such violencedid occur, the government would consider it their dutyto evacuate the foreigners to safety.
Regarding protests against the US attack, thegovernment said it would not arrest anyone voicingtheir aspirations as long as people did not misusetheir freedom of speech. For example, freedom ofspeech does not include violence that threatens othersor damage of buildings,Susilo said.
Susilo then called upon public figures, especiallythose leading demonstrators, to voice their protestspeacefully. Demonstrations should take place withoutdisturbing public order, he said. (Deddy Sinaga)