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Currents in contemporary Islam in Indonesia

Fox, James


On the 29th of February 2004, thousands of robed members of Hizbut Tahrir marched through the streets of downtown Jakarta to mark the 80th anniversary of the fall of the caliphate when Kemal Ataturk in the name of Turkish nationalism, having already abolished the Ottoman sultanate, deposed its last sultan as Caliph. Hizbut Tahrir is a new Islamic movement in Indonesia, one among many whose primary roots are planted within a wider Islamic ambience outside of Indonesia1. Its call for the...[Show more]

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Date published: 2004
Type: Working/Technical Paper


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