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Community of the faithful – who try to take into account and make sense 68 69 But as Prof. Abdillah has also noted, the development of political Islam in Third, throughout this contested process, it is clear that what was at Indonesia has never been a straightforward, linear process; nor was it stake was infinitely more than the cherished dreams of an idealized historically pre-determined from the outset. From the mid-19 century religious Utopia or lofty notions of religious purity, values, and ethics, but on, various schools of normative Muslim thought have emerged in the rather the demands of political economy.
466. 18| Cf. , Indonesian Society in Transition. A Study of Social Change, Bandung and The Hague 1956, p. 205. 19| The Jakarta Charter was a document proposed as a preamble to the Indonesian Constitution, in which Pancasila was approved as the foundation of the state and its first principle was followed by a clause: “with the obligation for Islamic adherents to implement the Islamic Shariah”. The formulation of the Pancasila in the Jakarta Charter was: (1) the belief in God with the obligation for Islamic adherents to implement the Islamic Shari‘ah, (2) just and civilized humanitarianism, (3) the unity of Indonesia, (4) democracy guided by the inner wisdom of deliberation among representatives, and (5) social justice for all Indonesian people.
Could be argued that the totalizing aspect of Islam is rendered all the more evident thanks to the body of Shariah or jurisprudential laws and Religion, on the other hand, is the passive component that does not norms that certainly do have a totalizing ambition. Yet it cannot honestly possess the agency to move things or change things on its own. Errone- be said that Islam is alone in its totalizing claims, for other religions also ous claims such as “Islam made them behave that way” or “they did that have a similarly totalizing universalist outlook; and surely it cannot be because they are Christian” fails to take into account the simple fact that said that Christianity, Hinduism, or Buddhism are silent on issues ranging no religion has the ability to affect human action and agency without the from concerns over the environment, ethical conduct in society and willful compliance of the adherents themselves.
Islam and the Rule of Law: Between Sharia and Secularization by Birgit Krawietz, Helmut Reifeld