A terrorist group linked to al Qaeda is suspected in Friday's twin suicide bombings at Indonesia's Ritz-Carolton and Marriott hotels.
The attacks came just minutes apart, killing at least nine people and injuring dozens. Several Americans are among those injured.
The bombings were Indonesia's first major terror strike in almost four years and the same Marriott hotel was attacked before.
For a closer look at those responsible for the bombings, CBN News Chief International Correspondent Gary Lane offered his insight on the tragic situation.
Click play to watch as he explains why he thinks officials appeared alarmed at the attack, though violence is not new to the country.