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Journal of Philosophy, Culture and Religion
Since the New Order until now, Solo has had a reputation as a base for religious radicalism. In fact, the people of Solo tend to abangan culture based on Javanese ethics rather than students. In fact, Islamic radicalism can emerge and exist in this region. In addition, there was also a transformation of abangan groups and groups of thugs into radical students. For this reason, the purpose of this study is to analyze and describe in depth the emergence and existence of Islamic radicalism indoi:10.7176/jpcr/55-04 fatcat:xoapt7ai75d6zn7pmanr7ugx6a