Shia on the island of Madura displaced by the pesantren was attacked says it wants to return to their homes, in the District Omben, Sampang.
But this desire is difficult to place because the police and village officials can not guarantee security if they choose to go home.
"That's what haunts their feelings," said team spokesman Sampang Case Advocacy, Hertasning Ichlas, told the BBC's Indonesia, Heyder Affan Tuesday (3 / 01).
They want to go home, connect Ichlas, upon hearing of property and livestock looted persons unknown.
Supposedly, according to Ichlas, police and village officials to ensure their safety at home later. "And they also have to be neutral," said Ichlas.
Neutrality apparatus is very important, because according to him, most sensible Shiite refugees are also threatened his safety.
"Those who become workers, threatened with being fired if it continues to follow Shiism," he said.
So far, about 300 people remain displaced Shias in several locations in the city Sampang, such as around the sports hall, police station, as well as open field.
They fled after their boarding school in the hamlet Nangkernang, Gayam Reef Village, District Omben, burned by the mob