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Sejarah Religio-Politik di Singapura: Interaksi Islam dalam Dinamika politik Multi Etnis Mustofa Umar
Millah: Journal of Religious Studies Vol. IV, No.1, Agustus 2004 Pluralisme Agama
Publisher : Program Studi Ilmu Agama Islam Program Magister, Universitas Islam Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/millah.vol4.iss1.art9


In this article, the writer tries to explain the historicity of political system formulation and government in Singapore. Besides, the writer also explores the religion role in establishing state institution. Moreover, the writer specifies that social structure of Singapore society-the multiracial country with the majority of Chinese immigrant have been working out nationalism awareness. The political social interaction based on ethnic and religious sentiment had crystallized and ended by separation of Singapore from Malaysia federation, as a free country based on industry and trade. In many sectors, the sake of Singaporean Moslems is accommodated. The accommodated Moslems' aspiration is along with the improvement of Moslems awareness of the important of formal institution to accommodate their aspiration. However, Islam is still paced as a distrustful movement.
Anak Jalanan Dalam Konstelasi Hukum Indonesia Zulkifli Zulkifli; Zeni Luthfiyah; Mustofa Umar; Harti Winarni; Zainul Arifin; Supriati H Rahayu
Asas Wa Tandhim: Jurnal Hukum, Pendidikan Dan Sosial Keagamaan Vol 2 No 1 (2023)
Publisher : Universitas Cokroaminoto Yogyakarta

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Identification of various laws in Indonesia that provide legal protection to street children in carrying out their rights and obligations as part of Indonesian citizens. This legal inventory resulted in the finding that legally they have become the attention of the state legally so that they deserve proper legal protection for children as usual. Such research is useful in strengthening the role and authority of institutions or related parties when dealing with street children in order to maintain and even improve their welfare.