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ISLAMIST PARTY, ELECTORAL POLITICS AND DA’WAH MOBILIZATION AMONG YOUTH: The Prosperous Justice Party (PKS) in Indonesia
N Hasan
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM 6 (1), 17-47,Tahun 2012
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THE APLICATION OF ISLAMIC LAW IN INDONESIA: The Case Study in Aceh
K Bustamam-Ahmad
Journal of Indonesian Islam 1 (1), 135-180,Tahun 2007
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A real threat from within: Muhammadiyah’s identity metamorphosis and the dilemma of democracy
S Asyari
Journal of Indonesian Islam 1 (1), 18-41,Tahun 2007
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Islam, Islamism, the nation, and the early Indonesian nationalist movement
RE Elson
Journal of Indonesian Islam 1 (2), 231-266,Tahun 2007
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Madrasa by Any Other Name: pondok, pesantren, and Islamic schools in Indonesia and larger Southeast Asian region
R Lukens-Bull
Journal of Indonesian Islam 4 (1), 1-21,Tahun 2010
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Sufism on the silver screen: Indonesian innovations in Islamic televangelism
J Howell
Journal of Indonesian Islam 2 (2), 225-239,Tahun 2008
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The Emergence of New Santri in Indonesia
Y Machmudi
Journal of Indonesian Islam 2 (1), 69-102,Tahun 2008
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Contemporary Islamic Thought in Indonesian and Malay World: Islam Liberal, Islam Hadhari, and Islam Progresif
K Bustamam-Ahmad
Journal of Indonesian Islam 5 (1), 91-129,Tahun 2011
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The Traditions of Pluralism, Accommodation, and Anti-Radicalism in the Pesantren Community
R Lukens-Bull
Journal of Indonesian Islam 2 (1), 1-15,Tahun 2008
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Ahmadiyah and the Freedom of Religion in Indonesia
M As' ad
Journal of Indonesian Islam 3 (2), 390-413,Tahun 2009
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MANUFACTURING THE “ONTOLOGICAL ENEMY”: Socio-Political Construction of anti-Democracy Discourses among HTI Activists in Post-New Order Indonesia
M Hilmy
Journal of Indonesian Islam 3 (2), 341-369,Tahun 2009
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ISLAMIC AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES: Challenges and Opportunities for Twenty-First Century Indonesia
M Woodward
Journal of Indonesian Islam 3 (1), 1-34,Tahun 2009
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Friday prayer and an Indonesian Islamic identity in Canberra, Australia
S Rijal
Journal of Indonesian Islam 3 (1), 148-167,Tahun 2009
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THE IDENTITY OF SHI ‘A SYMPATHIZERS IN CONTEMPORARY INDONESIA
H Latief
Journal of Indonesian Islam 2 (2), 300-335,Tahun 2008
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Jihad for Whom? The Radicalization of Religion as a Response to Political Oppression: From Turkish to Indonesian Islam
O Schumann
Journal of Indonesian Islam 2 (2), 240-266,Tahun 2008
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ISSUES OF COMPATIBILITY HUMAN RIGHTS AND ISLAM: The Experience of Egypt and Indonesia
SE Ernada
Journal of Indonesian Islam 1 (1), 100-134,Tahun 2007
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MUSLIMS'APPROACHES TO DEMOCRACY: Islam and Democracy In Contemporary Indonesia
M Hilmy
Journal of Indonesian Islam 1 (1), 42-74,Tahun 2007
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The Nature of Radical Islamic Groups in Solo
M Wildan
Journal of Indonesian Islam 7 (1), 49-70,Tahun 2013
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ISLAMIC CHARITIES AND DAKWAH MOVEMENTS IN A MUSLIM MINORITY ISLAND: The Experience of Niasan Muslims
H Latief
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM 6 (2), 221-244,Tahun 2012
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THE DYNAMICS OF PESANTREN: Responses toward Modernity and Mechanism in Organizing Transformation
H Asrohah
Journal of Indonesian Islam 5 (1), 66-90,Tahun 2011
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RELIGIOUS FREEDOM IN INDONESIA: Curious Cases of Dialogues, Fatwas and Laws
A Fuller
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM 5 (1), 1-16,Tahun 2011
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SHARI’AH BYLAWS IN INDONESIA AND THEIR IMPLICATIONS FOR RELIGIOUS MINORITIES
AF Fanani
Journal of Indonesian Islam 5 (1), 17-34,Tahun 2011
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THE CHANGING PARADIGM OF INDONESIAN JIHADIST MOVEMENTS: From al-Aduww al-Qarib to al-Aduww al-Baid
S Zuhri
Journal of Indonesian Islam 4 (2), 240-267,Tahun 2010
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Indonesian Muslim Women and the Gender Equality Movement
A Qibtiyah
Journal of Indonesian Islam 3 (1), 168-196,Tahun 2009
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The Majlis Dhikr of Indonesia: Exposition of Some Aspects of Ritual Practices
A Zamhari
Journal of Indonesian Islam 3 (1), 122-147,Tahun 2009
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