Mietzner, Marcus; Muhtadi, Burhanuddin
In the wake of the Islamist mobilization against the Christian-Chinese governor of Jakarta, Basuki Tjahaja Purnama (or �Ahok�) in 2016 and 2017, an intensive scholarly ensued about the level and trajectory of politico-religious intolerance among Indonesian Muslims. Had religious and racial prejudices increased ahead of the mobilization, and thus helped to trigger it? Or did the sentiments simply peak as a consequence of the Ahok case, and subsequently subside again? And how do the intolerance...[Show more]
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