Sydney, Oct 1 : Three terrorists accused of 2002 Bali bombings and now facing execution orders, have said that if their executions were carried out, it would be avenged by someone, whose identity they didn't reveal.
A total of 202 people, including 88 Australians, were killed in the bombings.
The Indonesian government halted plans for their executions out of respect for the holy Islamic fasting month, but is expected to resume preparations shortly. All the three have exhausted all legal options to turn their death sentences.
Amrozi, who played a lead role in the Bali bombings, also said he would carry out another bombing if given the chance. Appearing defiant, Amrozi and his co-accused brother Mukhlas and Imam Samudra, were allowed out of their cells at their island prison off Central Java to mark the Islamic holiday Id-ul Fitr.
"If it's true that there will be an execution, then all the people committing the execution will be condemned to die by god. Is anyone ready to die? Only god knows about that. If it's true that later on I will be executed, certainly there will be someone who will take revenge. I don't have to say who will take revenge," The Australian quoted Amrozi as saying at the jail on Nusakambangan Island.
Mukhlas also said, "all the executors, including President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono, would pay if the three bombers were put before a firing squad. Execution is the biggest criminal act (possible), especially when it is applied to warriors like us. All those who are involved in the execution will be condemned by god." "The followers will take revenge actions, other warriors. If anyone kills us then there will be a revenge from all over the place. "I've never regretted these bombings ... I will not ask for forgiveness from those infidels," he added.