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Laskar Jihad

An in-depth study of the militant Islamic Laskar Jihad movement and its links to international Muslim networks and ideological debates. This analysis is grounded in extensive research and interviews with Salafi leaders and activists who supported jihad throughout the Moluccas.

Interview with Muhammad Zaini, LIPIA staff member in the student administration
office, Jakarta, March 2003. This information is based on the profile of the institute
. ” Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Islam dan Arab, Bayan bi al-Kutub wa al-
Mudhakkarat alMuqarrarat li Qism al-Shari`a (Jakarta: LIPIA, 2003). ” Lembaga
Ilmu Pengetahuan Islam dan Arab, Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Islam dan Arab
di Indonesia Pada Tahun Kelima Belas Hijriah (Jakarta: LIPIA, 1995), pp. 3-5. 7
Interview ...

Laskar Jihad

Islam, militancy, and the quest for identity in post-New Order Indonesia

74 Interview with Muhammad Zaini, LIPIA staff member in the student
administration office, Jakarta, March 2003. This information is based on the
profile of the institute. 75 Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Islam dan Arab, Bayan bi
al-Kutub wa al-Mudhakkarat al- Muqarrarat li Qism al-Shari'a (Jakarta: LIPIA,
2003). 7h Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Islam dan Arab, Lembaga Ilmu
Pengetahuan Islam dan Arab di Indonesia Pada Tahun Kelima Betas Hijriah (
Jakarta: LIPIA, 1995), pp. 3-5.

The Making of Public Islam Piety, Democracy and Youth in Indonesian Politics

Most of my chapters in this book have filled out a picture of the wide-ranging nature of public Islam and its solid foundation in democracy, human rights and the market. I have tried to show what the proliferation of Islamic symbols which greet you in Indonesia signify; because at first sight they might appear as the victory for Islamism. The consolidation of democracy in Indonesia is strong and ongoing. It is true that radical Islamists have been largely responsible for the Islamization that has swept Indonesia―they began the project that led to the growth of public Islam. The paradox is that this strong public Islam will ensure that any attempt by them to control and overthrow the democratic public sphere will almost certainly end in failure. The ongoing consolidation of democracy is contributing to their weakening influence. It is my opinion that the democratic forces will not be sidelined and that Indonesia will strengthen as a democracy. But, ultimately, certainty is not possible; I leave the reader with the evidence.

The most charismatic 'ulama' in Martapura, Zaini Abdul Ghani, better known as
Guru Zaini, did not initially support Ariffin and his running partner Mawardi Abbas.
Guru Zaini's support was enormously important. As the murshid (Sufi adept) of
the Sammaniyah Sufi Order, he had wide influence among Muslims throughout
Kalimantan. Ariffin made all-out efforts to persuade Guru Zaini. He utilized every
possible political channel, including the network of jewelry traders led by
Abdullah ...