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Abstract

Islam is a religion of mercy. However, terrorism, bombings, and inter-religious conflicts affect the image of Islam as a radical religion and reject differences. It becomes dramatic when Indonesia is considered a pluralist and homogeneous state Bhinneka Tunggal Ika to see Islam as a radical religion. This phenomenon provides a reflection that radicalism has infected Indonesian society and injured cultural differences. Along with this, Islam Nusantara, which became viral lately, has become a questionable purpose and essence. This study discusses Islam in Bhinneka Tunggal Ika, which is filled with pros and cons of differences and contains the value of unity in cultural diversity. The research uses a qualitative approach with a literature study. The study shows that the controversy over the archipelago Islam revolves around the meaning of the terms. Islam Nusantara is interpreted as a middle ground Islam and is not a new understanding, manhaj, or paradigm that is synonymous with violence or Islamization of the region by force way

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Al-Quran Bhinneka Tunggal Ika Islam Nusantara Radical Unity

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Purwaningsih, R. F., & Witro, D. (2020). Islam Nusantara in Slogan Bhinneka Tunggal Ika: Al-Quran Perspective. Cakrawala: Jurnal Studi Islam, 15(1), 1-10. https://doi.org/10.31603/cakrawala.v15i1.3301

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