Haji Sebagai Laku Revolusioner: Tinjauan Kepustakaan

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Muhammad Nashirulhaq

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This article argues that  the hajj as a religious rite, in the past, has the potential to foster progressive awareness and drive socio-political transformation for Muslims, especially in Indonesia. This inevitably raises a new question: can the pilgrimage now be expected to play a role in driving change for Muslims who are still entangled in the bonds of neo-colonialism, neo-imperialism and neo-liberalism.

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Nashirulhaq, M. (2018). Haji Sebagai Laku Revolusioner: Tinjauan Kepustakaan. SIASAT, 4(2), 24-35. https://doi.org/10.33258/siasat.v4i2.35
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