Iskandar, Mohammad
Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya

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Nusantara dalam era niaga sebelum abad ke-19 Iskandar, Mohammad
Wacana Vol 7, No 2 (2005): Naskah, Tradisi Lisan, dan Sejarah
Publisher : Faculty of Humanities, University of Indonesia

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Trading activities in the Nusantara archipelago had developed into an international trade. According to Ricklef, Europe was not the most developed region in the world. The developing world at the time was in fact the Islamic world, stretching from the Middle East to the Nusantara. If we trace it further back into the past, to the pre-Islamic age, trade in the Nusantara region had developed, espcially during the golden eras of Sriwijaya and Majapahit. This paper describes the economic and trade development in the Nusantara before the 19th century.
Islam Fobi dan Aksi-aksi Radikal Iskandar, Mohammad
Paradigma, Jurnal Kajian Budaya Vol 1, No 1 (2010)
Publisher : Fakultas Ilmu Pengetahuan Budaya

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During the Dutch colonial government, social protests under the leadership of some Islamic ulamas were suppressed ruthlessly. In 1710, during the time of the East India Company (VOC), some farmers from Jampang, Sukabumi led by two ulamas rebelled against the Company. Even after the Diponegoro war in Java in 1883, in 1885-1888 there were farmers fighting against the colonial government in Ciomas, Banten and the war was named a holy war, fi sabililah war, and so were in 1904 in Aceh and in 1919 in Cimareme, Garut. Since Islamophobia became a modern phenomenon, and it did not only happen in recent occurrence of the post World Trade Center tragedy, it has been taken place even in the past. The general colonial policy was cautious against Islam and it barred the growth of pesantren, or the religious schools, and marginalized them for its anti-modernist stand. Indonesia, the United States, the United Kingdom, and Australia indirectly labeled Islam as terrorists.
Jurnal Masyarakat dan Budaya Vol 14, No 2 (2012)
Publisher : P2KK LIPI

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Many polemics took place because of the difference in interpretation about deviate religion, especially within the religious or the new beliefs. In this study, I select one case of deviationism which more or less represent two different era, namely the Religion of Java Sundanese Pasundan (Agama Jawa Sunda Pasundan-AJSP). According to colonial documents, the AJSP actually had appeared in Cigugur-Kuningan, West Java since the beginning of the 20th century. But the impact of its presence, especially that caused unrest among the society, only rose since the decade of the 1920s. Later, the unrest turned into a tension between support groups AJSP against Muslim Ummah around it. Especially after the AJSP leader, Kiai Madrais openly said that in the year of Alip, all religions will be disappeared but the AJSP. The tension eventually turned into some collective actions that accompanied by some violence. The AJSP side attacked group of Muslims and destroyed their properties. On the other occasion, the AJSP was the party that was attacked by muslim community around it. Keyword: Agama Jawa Sunda Pasundan (AJSP), Syncretism, Conflict, Tolerance.
"Oeang Republik" dalam Kancah Revolusi Iskandar, Mohammad
Jurnal Sejarah Vol 6 (2004): DINAMIKA EKONOMI INDONESIA
Publisher : Masyarakat Sejarawan Indonesia

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