Règle correspondante
Indonesia
Practice Relating to Rule 111. Protection of the Wounded, Sick and Shipwrecked against Pillage and Ill-Treatment
Indonesia’s Military Manual (1982) provides that the wounded and sick must be protected from robbery and ill-treatment. 
Indonesia, The Basics of International Humanitarian Law, Legal Division of the Indonesian Armed Forces, 1982, § 37.
Under Indonesia’s Military Penal Code (1947), theft from sick or wounded members of the armed forces of parties to the conflict is a punishable offence. 
Indonesia, Military Penal Code, 1947, Articles 140–143.
According to the Report on the Practice of Indonesia, although civilians do not have the legal duty to safeguard the enemy hors de combat, they would have a moral duty to do so under the principle of humanity stated in the State’s fundamental philosophy (Pancasila). 
Report on the Practice of Indonesia, 1997, Answers to additional questions on Chapter 2.1.