Author(s)Noor, Nina Mariani
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AbstractSince the start of the Reforamsi era and the fall of the New Order Regime led by President Soeharto in 1998, there have been numerous incidents of violence against the Ahmadiyya in Indonesia stemming from different interpretations of the Qur’an, which has led to cases of murder and the destruction of mosques. These incidents, and others like them, suggest the importance of understanding the context of such discrimination against the Ahmadi and in particular Ahmadi women to establish a peaceful and more equitable Indonesia. This dissertation focuses on Ahmadi women’s experiences in dealing with conflict and the ways they organize themselves to resist against conflict for the betterment of their lives in the face of social and institutional discrimination.