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The architecture of fluid identities

The architecture of fluid identities

Faiths and consumerism collide peacefully in Jakarta’s glitzy shopping malls

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Impossible ideal?

Impossible ideal?

Cosmopolitanism is a dirty word in rural West Java, where creativity and new words are needed to reopen dialogue.

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Turning away from terror

Turning away from terror

Prison can be a place of radicalisation or rehabilitation

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Review: My name is Khan

Review: My name is Khan

This Indian film’s popularity reveals a popular critique of the US

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Reflections of the soul

Reflections of the soul

Art critics welcome exhibition of edgy works on Islamic themes

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Joke of the month?

Joke of the month?

What do you get when you cross Sarah Palin and an Islamic polygamist? Meet Rhoma Irama – Indonesia’s king of dangdut

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Taking a nap in the house of God

Taking a nap in the house of God

Mosques provide more than just spiritual salvation during the fasting month

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For the good of the people?

For the good of the people?

The challenges of governing ‘societal organisations’ pose difficult questions for Indonesian democracy

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Convenient thugs

Convenient thugs

FPI thrives when mainstream Muslim groups remain silent

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‘You’re crazy. Don’t make up things!’

‘You’re crazy. Don’t make up things!’

Celebrity gossip shows denigrate homosexuality, but at least they talk about it

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We are the blessed ones

We are the blessed ones

Activists work to change men’s interpretations of Islam that justify their superiority at home

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Front stage with the PKS

Front stage with the PKS

At its upmarket congress, Indonesia’s biggest Islamic party tried but failed to convince it has become an open and inclusive party

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Praying across borders

Praying across borders

Doctrinal borders that divide traditionalist and modernist Muslims in Banjarmasin are breaking down, but slowly

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Supporting syariah, advancing women

Supporting syariah, advancing women

The life and work of an Islamic teacher in Aceh shows that the struggle for gender equality is about much more than syariah.

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Art for Allah’s sake

Art for Allah’s sake

A unique pesantren, founded and led by an internationally recognised Indonesian calligrapher, attracts men and women from all over the archipelago

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New leadership, new policies?

New leadership, new policies?

The Nahdlatul Ulama congress in Makassar arrests the slide away from liberal views but shows the organisation's vulnerability to outside political interference

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Homophobia on the rise

Homophobia on the rise

Recent attacks on lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender meetings reveal the growing influence of Islamist groups and highlight unequal protection of citizenship rights

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Religious Bandung

Religious Bandung

Bandung’s government opts for a religious program that matches the city’s character

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