Rizieq Shihab, the radical Islamic cleric and leader of the Islam Defenders Front (FPI)in Indonesia, was arrested by Jaon Saturday after undergoing questioning in a case pertaining to the alleged breaching of COVID-19 restrictions by holding a series of sermons with tens of thousands of followers, The Jakarta Post reported. Rizieq Shihab will be detained for 20 days to prevent him from fleeing and destroying evidence, Jakarta police said. If found guilty, he could face six years behind bars for breaching coronavirus rules. Rizieq Shihab, who has emerged as President Joko Widodo’s most formidable foe, wields enormous influence in Indonesia, advocating a return to ultra-conservative, puritanical Islam. His Islamic Defenders Front has earned notoriety for targeting the LGBT community as well as all sorts of ethnic and religious minorities. He has called for Indonesia to strictly enforce Shariah law. Jakarta Police named Rizieq Shihab a suspect last week for allegedly breaching COVID-19 protocols by hosting events that pulled in thousands of people last month after his return from self-exile in Saudi Arabia. Rizieq Shihab had fled to Saudi Arabia soon after police named him a suspect in a pornography case in 2017, and remained in exile for three years.