Syamsul Asri is a PhD Condidate at the Indonesian Consortium for Religious Studies, Gadjah Mada University, Yogyakarta and a lecturer at Internasional Relations Studies Department in Fajar University, Makassar. His ongoing research for his dissertation deals with the arbain walk, an annual interreligious pilgrimage to Karbala, Iraq
This paper examines the dialectics of religious freedom (kebebasan beragama) and religious harmony (kerukunan beragama) in post-reform Indonesia. It delves into the inherent contradictions embedded in the rather contradictory theory and praxis of religious freedom and harmony in the country.
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