Riots, Pogroms, Jihad: Religious Violence in Indonesia

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NUS Press, 2007 - Ethnic conflict - 279 pages
Situates terrorist bombings and other jihadist activities in Indonesia against the backdrop of earlier episodes of religious violence in the country. Sidel explains the overall pattern of change in religious violence over a ten-year period in terms of the broader discursive, political, and sociological contexts in which they unfolded.

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