An Indonesian court has sentenced a Singaporean man to 18 years in prison on terrorism charges.
Mohammad Hasan bin Saynudin, who claims to have met Osama bin Laden on many occasions, was convicted of plotting to kill a teacher and planning a deadly attack on a bar frequented by Western tourists.
Saynudin, 36, was defiant as he was led into the South Jakarta District Court, saying he considered himself a martyr and would accept any punishment handed down.
"You can throw me in jail," he said. "But my son will just follow in my path."
Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, has been hit by a string of suicide bombings that have been blamed on the Southeast Asian militant network Jemaah Islamiyah, which was formerly funded by Al Qaeda.
More than 240 people have been killed in the attacks, many of them foreigners.