AbstractContemporary Indonesia has seen the simultaneous growth of social media technology and an increase in the popularity of public and online Islamic expressions of faith. No longer rooted solely to the country’s traditional pesantren and Islamic organisations such as Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama, Islamic learning – especially for the younger generation of digitally savvy urban graduates – has progressively utilised the medium of social and online media as a tool for religious debate.
Chaplin, Chris (2016) Islamic cyber-activism. Inside Indonesia, 125. ISSN 0814-1185