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Religious Organisations
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Born-again cosmopolitan

Born-again cosmopolitan

Pentecostalism and its expressive religiosity resonates with a new generation of Christians

 

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Online networking and minority rights

Online networking and minority rights

LGBT communities use social media to organise despite threats of violence

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Killing for God

Killing for God

When Nahdlatul Ulama members killed communists, they believed they were doing it for God

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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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Religious Bandung

Religious Bandung

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

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Oppressed and they know it

Oppressed and they know it

Indonesian fishers in Taiwan are beginning to fight back

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Inside the Laskar Jihad

Inside the Laskar Jihad

From the Archives

Greg Fealy (ii65: Jan-Mar 2001) interviews the leader of a new, radical and militant sect

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Giving up partisan politics?

Giving up partisan politics?

Indonesia's biggest Muslim organizations are having second thoughts about partisan politics

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Promoting pluralism

Promoting pluralism

Pesantren progressives defend constitutional religious freedoms

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Writing for God

Writing for God

Piety and consumption in popular Islam

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Grassroots rehabilitation

Grassroots rehabilitation

The people of Poso are rebuilding their lives.

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Political fashions

Political fashions

Timur Angin photo gallery

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Angel sparks controversy

Angel sparks controversy

Journalists strike after West Java’s most famous newspaper ‘withdraws’ poem.

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Illiberal but not intolerant

Illiberal but not intolerant

Understanding the Indonesian Council of Ulamas

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Portrait of a female preacher

NELLY VAN DOORN discovers a woman preacher revered for her faith and drive, who questions the image of a male-centred Islam.

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Breaking out!

DJOHAN EFFENDI explores the paradox of young progressives in Indonesia's most traditional Islamic organisation.

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Defining waria

Defining waria

Indonesia’s transgendered community is raising its profile.

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Transgendered in Malang

Transgendered in Malang

The waria community in this East Javanese city are out in the open, but misunderstanding and prejudice are still widespread.

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Watching the vote

140,000 progressive Muslim volunteers monitored Indonesia’s April elections

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