Islamism dan Indonesia

Perkembangan semangat memperjuang Islam di Indonesia oleh kelompok yang digelar sebagai keras telah mendapat perhatian banyak pihak lebih-lebih lagi di kalangan pemerhati Barat (termasuk dari Australia). Banyak buku, tesis dan artikel yang telah diterbitkan mengenai pemerhatian mereka terhadap hal tersebut. Salah satunya adalah laporan yang berjudul “Joining the caravan? The Middle East, Islamism and Indonesia” tulisan bersama Anthony Bubalo dan Greg Fealy. Bubalo bertugas sebagai Penyelidik di Lowy Institute, Australia dan Fealy pula Pensyarah di Autralia National University. Laporan diterbitkan oleh The Lowy Institute for International Policy pada tahun 2005.

Laporan setebal 149 m/surat meliputi kandungan berikut;

Introduction: A clash of ideologies; Islamism, the Middle East and Indonesia

Chp 1 – Revival, Radicalism and Jihad: Introduction; Revival and reform; Radicalism and revolution; The many meanings of Jihad

Chp 2 – The politics of failure: Introduction; An accommodation with the state; Revisiting the global; Jihadist-salafism and al-Qaeda

Chp 3 – From the Middle East to Indonesia: Introduction; Human movement; Education and propagation; Publishing and the internet

Chp 4 – Every seed you plant in Indonesia grows’: Introduction; The Muslim Brotherhood; Salafist groups; Jihadist groups; Palestine, Iraq and Indonesia

Conclusion and policy implications: Introduction; Between Islamism and neo-fundamentalism; Between the global and the local; The virtues of a broader perspective; Policy implications

Sumber: CD Watt – Will Shepard

Surau Kawasan Peniaga Seksyen 7, Shah Alam

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