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Abu Wardah was born on 21 August, 1976 in Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Discover Abu Wardah's Biography, Age, Height, Physical Stats, Dating/Affairs, Family and career updates. Learn How rich is He in this year and how He spends money? Also learn how He earned most of networth at the age of 40 years old?

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Age 40 years old
Zodiac Sign Leo
Born 21 August 1976
Birthday 21 August
Birthplace Central Sulawesi, Indonesia
Date of death July 18, 2016,
Died Place Poso, Indonesia
Nationality Indonesian

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His wife is Jumiatun Muslim (m. ?–2016), Umi Wardah (m. ?–2016)

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Abu Wardah Net Worth

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Net Worth in 2021 $1 Million - $5 Million
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On 22 March 2016, Santoso was subject to sanctions by the United States Department of the Treasury.

The Jakarta Post reported on 25 March 2016 that, "at least 2,500 military and National Police personnel have been on deployment since January, hunting for Santoso and around 34 of his followers".

On 23 June 2016, Muhamad Nasir, former leader of the Mantiqi III, called on Santoso to surrender. "Enough Santoso, get down here, it’s better to turn yourself in, have a sympathy for your family. You have nothing to aim for", he said.

In January 2016, there was speculation that Santoso may have been killed after a photograph of a corpse was widely circulated. National Police spokesman Suharsono said the body was not that of Santoso.

On 23 July 2016, Indonesia national police said DNA testing had confirmed that the dead body was that of Santoso. “From the DNA test results, it’s positive and confirmed that one of the corpses is Santoso,” said Brig. Gen. Boy Rafli Amar, a national police spokesman.


On 10 July 2013, it was reported Santoso had appeared in a six-minute video posted on YouTube. He described Detachment 88, the Indonesian Special Forces counter-terrorism squad, as "a real enemy, a real Satan". "My brothers in Poso, I have felt how cruel Detachment 88 is to these people," and "Today, God almighty has decided that jihad will continue until judgement day", he says in the video.


The same friend places him in Masani village, a coastal town of Poso, in 2012, where Santoso supposedly suddenly turned up during a daurah [koran reading].

Later, Santoso went to Tamanjeka where he met Bado, alias Urwah. Both were involved in the killing of two police officers in Tamanjeka in November 2012. The bodies of First Brig. Andi Sapa and Brig. Sudirman were found in a shallow hole with their throats slit. 300 officers and Army personnel from Gunung Biru in Tamanjeka withdrew from the area after failing to find Santoso.


According to an interview with Andi Baso Tahir, an old friend of Santoso in Tokorondo village, in 2006 Santoso was arrested for robbing a boxcar in a coastal town of Poso. He was jailed for a year. According to the friend, after he left prison, Santoso stopped militancy for a period and "became a peddler, selling cleavers, cooking utensils and clothes".


He participated in military training in 2001. He was involved in jihad during inter-religious conflict between Christians and Muslims in Poso from 1998 to 2001. It is known that he was inspired by the preaching of Abu Bakar Bashir.


Santoso (21 August 1976 – 18 July 2016), known as Abu Wardah (Arabic: الشيخ أبو وردة ‎), was an Indonesian Islamic militant and the leader of Mujahidin Indonesia Timur (MIT). He pledged allegiance to ISIL in July 2014. He was killed on 18 July 2016 by the Indonesian police after two years of hiding in the jungles near Poso, Sulawesi.

Santoso was born 21 August 1976 in Tentena, Central Sulawesi, Indonesia. Tentena is about 7 hours by bus from the capital of Central Sulawesi, Palu. This small town of mostly Christians lies on the northern shores of Lake Poso. Tentena has a history of past conflicts with the surrounding Islamic villages.