9781138100879 (hardback) 1138100870 (hardback) 9781315657356 (ebook)
Routledge law in Asia ; 15.
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Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Introduction: Religion, law and intolerance in Indonesia / Tim Lindsey and Helen Pausacker State power to restrict religious freedom: an overview of the legal framework / Tim Lindsey and Simon Butt Between control and appeasement : religion in five constitutional court decisions / Simon Butt Faith and freedom in Indonesian law: liberal pluralism, religion and the democratic state / Stewart Fenwick Legislating inter-religious harmony: attempts at reform in Indonesia / Melissa Crouch The politics of religious inteolerance in Indonesia: mainstream-ism trumps extremism? / Greg Fealy Ketuhanan Yang Maha Esa, the state and the politics of religious (in)tolerance: understanding contemporary religious life through past debates on the state-religion relationship / Ismatu Ropi The inter-religious harmony (KUB) bill vs guaranteeing freedom of religion and belief in Indonesian public debate / Ahmad Suaedy Race and religion in the 2012 Jakarta Gubernatorial Election: the case of Jokowi-Ahok Nadirsyah Hosen The decreasing space for non-religious expression in Indonesia: the case of atheism / Ismail Hasani The council of Indonesian Ulama (MUI) and ' Aqīda-based intolerance: a critical analysis of its fatwa on ahmadiyah and 'sepilis' / Syafig Hasyim Administrative law and religion: complaints by religious communities against government authorities in Indonesia / Melissa Crouch Islamist civil society and violent extremism in Indonesia: a tactical merger? / Sidney Jones Policing sectarian conflict in Indonesia: the case of shi'ism / Samsu Rizal Panggabean Pink or blue swing? Art, pornography, Islamists and the law in reformasi Indonesia / Helen Pausacker The Islamisation of regional regulations and its impact on good governance in contemporary Indonesia / Arskal Salim The implementation of perda syari'at in Aceh and West Sumatra / Dina Afrianty The legal fate of Indonesian Muslim women in court: divorce and child custody / Euis Nurlaelawati Relgious freedom, minority rights and the state of democracy in Indonesia / Adnan Buyung Nasution.
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Abingdon, Oxon ; New York : Routledge, 2016.