Journal abstract While much research has been conducted on the radicalization of Muslim militants from Jemaah Islamiyah, its spinoffs, and splinter factions; the historical roots of Indonesian radical movements; and[…]
Reviews and critiques Western colonial accounts of Muslim suicide attacks in India, Indonesia and the Philippines.
An important source of information on religious violence in Indonesia and discussion on how a range of complex factors influence contemporary violence.
This book situates the rise of Laskar Jihad against the backdrop of Saudi-funded salafi networks in Indonesian Islam.
The author looks at the history of recent religious violence in Indonesia. Arguing against the application of over-simplified models of religious violence drawn up by those working in the ‘religious-violence[…]
This short monograph addresses the topic of Islamist mobilisation in Southeast Asia, focusing on Indonesia, Philippines and Malaysia. Arguing against alarmist accounts of Islamist resurgence in the region the author[…]