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Kelompok Preman di Indonesia Menyuarakan Konservatisme Islam, tapi tidak Bertransformasi Menjadi Jihadis
Penggunaan kekerasan oleh kelompok-kelompok seperti preman jalanan …
The sophisticated Islamic civilisations of Western Sub-Saharan Africa between the 13th and 19th centuries
The rich and sophisticated history of Islam in West Africa challenges colonialists’ narratives.
Next Steps in the Study of Islam and Politics: From ‘Islam’ to ‘Muslims’
How Muslims are politically engaged as ‘Muslims’ from several different perspectives all at once is the question of current research focused on Islam and politics.
Indonesian vigilantes are voicing a conservative Islam, but they are not becoming terrorists. (Terjemahan Bahasa Indonesia)
Members of Islamic street gangs mostly have no religious credentials, and don’t aim to establish an Islamic state.