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1

Religious Conflicts: Opportunity Structures, Group Dynamics, and Framing.

Tomas Lindgren

(2018) Al-Albab

7, pp. 17-32

Religions. 2020; 11(9):464

The Shapeshifting Self: Narrative Pathways into Political Violence by Hannes Sonnenschein.

2

The Concept of Tawheed of Buginese People in the Ancient Manuscript Lontara Attorioloang Ri Wajo of West Kalimantan

Patmawati, P., Wahida, B.

(2018) Al-Albab

7(2), pp. 177-186

JSSER: Vol 10, No 2 (2019) > Hadarah

The Implementation of Tarekat Naqsyabandiyah’s Sufism Values in South Celebes

3

Women political participation in peacebuilding in Southern Thailand

Marddent, A.

(2017) Al-Albab, 6(2), pp. 229-249.

  1. ASEAS: Vol 12 No 2 (2019): Violence in Southeast Asia

Religious Discourse and Gender Security in Southern Thailand

4

Seren Taun Guru Bumi Harmony of Islam and Pasundan Culture

Misno, A.

(2016) Al Albab

5(1), pp. 59-71

International Journal of Innovation, Creativity and Change: Volume 7, Issue 7, 2019

Social Tolerance in Multi-Religious States: A Case Study in Cigugur Society, Indonesia

5

Inter-religious relations in the period of Prophet Muhammad

 

Patmawati

(2016)

Al-Albab

5(2), pp. 175-193

Jsser: Vol 11, No 2 (2020) > Nur

Social Conflict in Indonesia: Safeguarding a Nation as a New Approach for Resolving National Disintegration

6

Sharia-based regional regulations and inter-religious relations in Bulukumba South Sulawesi

Diab Ashadi, L.

(2016) Al-Albab

5(1), pp. 73-86

TRaNS: Trans -Regional and -National Studies of Southeast Asia, 8(1), 65-80.

Rising public piety and the status of women in Indonesia two decades after reformasi

7

Islam and tradition in Nanga Jajang: Social and religious practices of the Malay community

Ibrahim

(2015) Al-Albab

4(2), pp. 217-229

Studia Islamika: Vol 25, No 3 (2018) > Ibrahim

Al-Ṭuqūs wa ‘alāqatuhā bi huwīyat muslimī Ulu Kapuas, Kalimantan al-Gharbīyah

8

The phenomenon of (Islamic) religious fundamentalism in a non- “religious” campus: A case study at Hasanuddin university makassar

Taufani

(2014) Al-Albab

3(1)

QIJIS: Vol 7, No 1 (2019) > Muhsin

Revolution of Islamic Proselytizing Organization: From Islamism to Moderate

9

The Islamic Tradition of Bakumpai Dayak People

 

Nasrullah, N.

(2014) Al-Albab

3(1), pp. 39-54

https://iopscience.iop.org/issue/1755-1315/276/1

The Novel Postpartum Herbal Drugs: An in Silico Approach of Bakumpai Dayak Tribe Traditional Medicinal Plants

10

Islam and Local Culture in Indonesia

Hermansyah

(2014) Al-Albab

3(1), pp. 55-65

An indonesian muslim communities da’wah in a multicultural country: A portrait of da’wah acceptance and rejection from Australia by Sarbini, A., Enjang, A.S., Safe‘i, A.A., Solahudin, D., Muhyiddin, A.

http://sersc.org/journals/index.php/IJAST/article/view/6738/4053

11

Textbooks of Islamic Education in Indonesia’s Traditional Pesantren: The use Of Al-Zarnuji’s Ta’lim Al-Muta’allim Tariq at-Ta’alum and Hasyim Asy’ari’s Adab Al-‘Âlim Wa Al-Muta’alim

Hafidzah, L.

 

(2014) Al Albab

3, pp. 199-212

(1) Traditional wisdom on sustainable learning: An insightful view from Al-Zarnuji’s Ta‘lim al-Muta‘allim by Huda, M., Jasmi, K.A., Mustari, I., Basiron, B., Sabani, N.

https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2158244017697160

 

(2) Al-Zarnūjī’s Concept of Knowledge (‘Ilm) by Huda, M., Yusuf, J.B., Azmi Jasmi, K., Nasir Zakaria, G.

https://journals.sagepub.com/doi/full/10.1177/2158244016666885

12

Contestation of Religious Public Space: Christians vs Muslims: Cases in Papua

Qodir, Z.

 

(2014) Al-Albab

3(2), pp. 233-247

The display of religious symbols in public space: The contestation of muslim and christian identities in jayapura, Papua by Jubba, H., Abdullah, I., Pabbajah, M., (...), Prasojo, Z.H., Qodir, Z.

https://giapjournals.com/hssr/article/view/hssr.2020.8177

13

The Politics of Multiculturalism of the Towani Tolotang Minority in South Sulawesi

Qodir, Z.

 

(2013)

Al-Albab

2(1), pp. 3-18

Analyzing Religious Values of Massempe Tradition in South Sulawesi of Indonesia by Hasaruddin, Mania, S., Gunawan, F.

https://iopscience.iop.org/article/10.1088/1755-1315/175/1/012138/meta

14

When culture meets religion: E muludan tradition in e kanoman sultanate, Cirebon, West Java

Yusuf, M.

(2013) Al-Albab

2(1), pp. 19-31

Al-uqūs wa ‘alāqatuhā bi huwīyat muslimī Ulu Kapuas, Kalimantan al-Gharbīyah vy Ibrahim

http://www.journal.uinjkt.ac.id/index.php/studia-islamika/article/view/6579

15

Southeast Asia: History, modernity, and religious change

Qurtuby, S.A.

(2013)

Al-Albab 2(2), pp. 145-168

The sociological context of religion in Indonesia by Haryanto, S.

https://brill.com/view/book/edcoll/9789004416987/BP000016.xml

16

Building Pluralist Attitude in Doing Islamic Education at Hight School and Madrasah

Haitami Salim, Md.

(2013) Al-Albab 2(2), pp. 126-131

 

A review: The affair of Al-Qur'an and green computing by Lubis, A.R., Fachrizal, F., Maulana, H.

https://ieeexplore.ieee.org/document/8089240

17

The dynamics of relation between the state and local religions in Indonesia: Between idealism and reality

Fasya, A.A., Ahmad, A.A.H., Arifianto, M.L., Zainurrakhmah, Z.

(2015) Al-Albab

4(2), pp. 251-260

Indonesia’s religious diversity management in education: A case study by de Vlieger, M.

http://www.franssedafoundation.com/wp-content/uploads/2017/03/Final-Thesis-Myrthe-de-Vlieger.pdf

18

We Are from The Same Ancestors: Christian-Muslim Relations in Contemporay Aceh Singkil

Ansor, M.

 

(2014) Al-Albab

3(1), pp. 3-24

( 1 ) Being Christians in the acehnese way: Illiberal citizenship and women’s agency in the Islamic public sphere by Ansor, M., Amri, Y.

http://jiis.uinsby.ac.id/index.php/JIIs/article/view/468

 

(2) Islam and Dormant Citizenship: Soft Religious Ethno-Nationalism and Minorities in Aceh, Indonesia by Ichwan, M.N., Salim, A., Srimulyani, E.

https://www.tandfonline.com/doi/abs/10.1080/09596410.2020.1780407

19

Struggle for New Media of Peace and Tolerance: A Close Look to the Usage of Internet in Defining and Building Young Muslim Community in Indonesia

Ridwan, I.M.

 

(2015) Al-Albab

4(2), pp. 191-199

The sociological context of religion in Indonesia by Haryanto, S. https://brill.com/view/book/edcoll/9789004416987/BP000016.xml