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Wasaṭīyah Islam: Traditions and Challenges in Southeast Asia
The rise of Islamic purification movements in recent times in Indonesia has become a challenge to the sustainability of national life. Indonesia has a character of diversity that other countries do not have and it has existed for a long time. All social elements can coexist in Indonesia. It was not easy to imagine that Indonesia with the absolute majority of Muslims could be based on Pancasila instead of making Islam the official state religion. This is because Muslims in Indonesia settledoi:10.36712/sdi.v29i2.28110 fatcat:pjvzkuescnhzpepwmy5xyib2sq