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Protecting Civil Rights Amidst Rising Illiberalism in Indonesia's Democracy: State's Response to Sharia-Based Violence Against Shi'a Groups
This article examines the local government and state representation in response to religious violence against Shi'a minority groups. Intensive scholarly debates on this issue have ignited, especially on what made the government showed an exclusive response to religious violence. Scholars have argued that state agencies commonly tend to take a safe position though no contradictory policies that please conservative groups. This research was conducted through six-month fieldwork in Bondowosodoi:10.20414/ujis.v24i2.407 fatcat:j6jgd44jwjg6vayz26kxn7kmte