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Practice Relating to Rule 7. The Principle of Distinction between Civilian Objects and Military Objectives
Indonesia’s Military Manual (1982) provides: “The targets of every military operation should be distinguished at all times.” 
Indonesia, The Basics of International Humanitarian Law, Legal Division of the Indonesian Armed Forces, 1982, § 91.
The Report on the Practice of Indonesia states: “According to the practices of the Indonesian armed forces, the distinction between civilian and military objects is compatible with the provisions stipulated in Article 52 of Protocol I.” 
Report on the Practice of Indonesia, 1997, Chapter 1.3.
Indonesia’s Military Manual (1982) provides: “The targets of every military operation should be distinguished at all times. The attack should only be directed to military objects.” 
Indonesia, The Basics of International Humanitarian Law, Legal Division of the Indonesian Armed Forces, 1982, § 91.
Indonesia’s Directive on Human Rights in Irian Jaya and Maluku (1995) provides: “Towns, villages and residences, even if used for food-stuff and equipment stockpile, should not be attacked.” 
Indonesia, Directive concerning Human Rights, issued by the Commander of the Regional Military Command of Irian Jaya and Maluku, 1995, § 9(b).