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Punk, Porn, Desecration and the Rise of Religious Intolerance in Indonesia

Punk, Porn, Desecration and the Rise of Religious Intolerance in Indonesia

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Published by Jonathan Zilberg
Presentation delivered at Universita Degli Studi di Napoli, L’Orientale Departimento Asia, Africa E Mediterrano Ciclo di Seminari sull’Indonesia, October 15, 2013
Presentation delivered at Universita Degli Studi di Napoli, L’Orientale Departimento Asia, Africa E Mediterrano Ciclo di Seminari sull’Indonesia, October 15, 2013

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Punk, Porn, Desecrationand the Rise of Religious Intolerance in Indonesia
Jonathan Zilberg, Ph.D.Visiting Research Scholar Universitas Islam Negeri, Syarif Hidayatullah, JakartaPresentation Delivered at Universita Degli Studi di Napoli,
L’Orientale
 Departimento Asia, Africa E MediterranoCiclo di Seminari
sull’Indonesia
 October 15 2013
 
 Map of Emerging Sharia Legislation by 2006. Source, Tempo May 14Places to note: Aceh, Jakarta (West Java) and Jambi (Sumatra)Periods to note: Contemporary 2005-2013 and 7
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13
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Century.Religions: Islam and Buddhism. Core Issues
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Imagery and Interpretation
 
 Punk, Porn and Desecration - From Aceh to Jakarta to Jambi
The map of Indonesia in the above slide provides a geographic and legalcontext for this talk in that it shows the emergence of regional sharia legislation
by 2006. The map allows one to appreciate the scale of the attendant success
in the enactment of conservative agendas and the attendant rise of religiousintolerance experienced in the period 2005-2013, so much so that someobservers argue that we are witnessing an engineered sense of a moral crisis
for political ends. While it gives you a basic sense of the changing legislative,
cultural and political context, one first needs to keep in mind, the religiousfatwas against liberalism and pluralism which spearheaded this transformation.Specific religious and political forces lead and collaborate to engineer, legislate
and enforce reformist religious agendas.
The ultimate question is this then
: Is a rising hegemonic sense of conservative national Islamic identity challenging both the original constitutional
charter enshrining pluralism known as Pancasila and thus eclipsing a prior 
innately liberal national consensus?

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