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Terrorisme is extraordinary crime which penetrates the barriers of religion and state. The crime of terrorism has grown rapidly in Indonesia which can be threatening security on a national or international scale. Terrorism grows because of two fundamental factors, namely economic deprivation and political injustice. So far, the approach to countering terrorism in Indonesia is not encouraging, it is proven that terrorism crimes still occur every year. A repressive approach to enforcing the law of retaliation must be breached with the possibility of opening up opportunities for the implementation of restorative justice in dealing with terrorism, particularly in the criminal justice system. To finish this study, a conceptual and statutory study is carried out so that it gets an adequate discussion. For this reason, it is necessary to enforce laws that are firm and do not benefit either party, by using the Restorative Justice approach which is considered capable of achieving justice in handling cases of terrorism in Indonesia.

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