Fatimah Husein

Fatimah Husein
Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta · Philosophy and Theology

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This article is concerned with Muslim women's negotiation of Salafism at the intersection of online and offline spaces. It focuses on two groups of Indonesian Muslim women who formed majelis taklim (study groups on Islam), namely Majelis Mutia (lit. Assembly of the Obedient) and Majelis Sahabat Cinta (lit. Assembly of the Friends of Love), to exami...
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Within academic discussions of Indonesia’s Hadhrami diaspora, women’s voices have often escaped scholarly attention. This paper focuses on the changing roles of three contemporary Indonesian Ba ‘Alawi female preachers, in Jakarta, Surabaya and Solo, with regard to their endeavors in preserving and transmitting the teachings of the Thariqah ‘Alawiyy...
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In today’s digital age, many Indonesian Muslims utilise social media, such as Facebook, WhatsApp and BlackBerry Messenger (BBM), to express their piety. However, their religious online practices are not devoid of ambiguities, discontents and tensions. The article focuses on these specific consequences of being digitally pious in Indonesia. It exami...
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This study examines Fazlur Rahman's understanding of Islamic philosophy by analyzing his attitude towards the works of Muslim philosophers and his belief in the value of the Qur'an's precepts. It pays specific attention to the relationship between his understanding of philosophy and his method of interpreting the Qur'an, since in Rahman's understan...

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