JAKARTA - A key Muslim militant arrested in the same Pakistani town where US commandos later killed Osama bin Laden goes on trial in Indonesia Monday on multiple charges including the 2002 Bali bombings. Umar Patek, 45, faces six counts including premeditated murder, bomb-making and illegal firearms possession, and prosecutors say they will push for the death sentence. "Umar Patek is a dangerous figure wanted not only in Indonesia but also in other countries such as the Philippines. He has caused the deaths of many," prosecutor Bambang Suharyadi told AFP.