Post-Islamism: The New Face of Political Islam in Indonesia

Journal Intellectual Sufism Research (JISR)

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Title Post-Islamism: The New Face of Political Islam in Indonesia
 
Creator Huda, Muchammad Nur
 
Description Abstract. Movement of Islamic politics in post- Islamism is movement ideology in the discourse of contemporary Islamic studies in Indonesia are being crowded discussed. Post-Islamism first time emerged as the faces of Islam political supporters of the ideology of Islamism in contensasi election of the general governor of Jakarta in 2017 through action to defend Islam on 2nd December 2016 or what is known as the 212 movement. This article aims to examine in detail the emergence of post-Islamism as the new face of political Islam in Indonesia and how post-Islamism is built into a "new manifesto" in the Political Islam movement in Indonesia, based on the reading of political anthropological theory. The method that is used is a literature review by using primary data and secondary. Results of the study showed that the movement of political Islam, post-Islamism, still need further study and comprehensive. The term post- Islamism has not been able to uncover the basic facts about how the terms of the force, lived, and could become the ideological basis for the movement of Islam politics its self.
 
Publisher http://jagadalimussirry.com/
 
Date 2021-05-27
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier https://jurnal.jagadalimussirry.com/index.php/jisr/article/view/94
10.52032/jisr.v3i2.94
 
Source Journal Intellectual Sufism Research (JISR); Vol 3 No 2 (2021): Journal Intellectual Sufism Research (JISR); 46-53
Journal Intellectual Sufism Research (JISR); Vol 3 No 2 (2021): Journal Intellectual Sufism Research (JISR); 46-53
2622-2175
2621-0592
10.52032/jisr.v3i2
 
Language eng
 
Relation https://jurnal.jagadalimussirry.com/index.php/jisr/article/view/94/65
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Muchammad Nur Huda
 

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