A group of about 10 terrorists killed four Christians in Indonesia on Friday. The terrorists also burned down a church and six homes after attacking a Salvation Army post.
Police in Indonesia began searching for the perpetrators on Saturday.
"[International Christian Concern] mourns the death of the Indonesian brothers and sisters who were brutally murdered by the alleged terrorist," said Gina Goh, ICC's Regional Manager for Southeast Asia. "We urge the Indonesian government to take necessary measures to hold him accountable and put him to justice. Such a senseless act cannot be tolerated in the country that boasts 'Pancasila,' the state ideology which promotes religious harmony and tolerance."