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The Islamic Turn in Indonesia: A Political Explanation

In December 1995, the Association of Indonesian Muslim Intellectuals, ICMI (Ikatan Cendekiawan Muslim se-Indonesia), held its second national congress in Jakarta ( Kompas , December 4–10, 1995; Republika , December 4–10, 1995; Gatra , December 9 and 16, 1995; Forum Keadilan , January 1, 1996; Ummat... Full description

Journal Title: The Journal of Asian Studies 1996, Vol.55(3), pp.613-634
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description: In December 1995, the Association of Indonesian Muslim Intellectuals, ICMI (Ikatan Cendekiawan Muslim se-Indonesia), held its second national congress in Jakarta ( Kompas , December 4–10, 1995; Republika , December 4–10, 1995; Gatra , December 9 and 16, 1995; Forum Keadilan , January 1, 1996; Ummat , December 11, 1995). Twelve hundred delegates, representing 42,000 members from all Indonesian provinces and from many Indonesian Islamic communities abroad, participated. Minister of Research and Technology B. J. Habibie, generally considered President Suharto's favorite cabinet member, was chosen for a second five-year term as national chair. Sixteen ministers, nearly half the cabinet, were elected to leadership positions, and the president himself was designated ICMI's “Protector” ( Pelindung ).
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abstractIn December 1995, the Association of Indonesian Muslim Intellectuals, ICMI (Ikatan Cendekiawan Muslim se-Indonesia), held its second national congress in Jakarta ( Kompas , December 4–10, 1995; Republika , December 4–10, 1995; Gatra , December 9 and 16, 1995; Forum Keadilan , January 1, 1996; Ummat , December 11, 1995). Twelve hundred delegates, representing 42,000 members from all Indonesian provinces and from many Indonesian Islamic communities abroad, participated. Minister of Research and Technology B. J. Habibie, generally considered President Suharto's favorite cabinet member, was chosen for a second five-year term as national chair. Sixteen ministers, nearly half the cabinet, were elected to leadership positions, and the president himself was designated ICMI's “Protector” ( Pelindung ).
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