- Title Pages
- 1 The Notion of Shari‘a
- 2 Is There Unity of Islam and the State?
- 3 Dissonant Implementation of Shari‘a
- 4 Between Nation and Millet
- 5 Islamization in Indonesia
- 6 Different Conceptions of Nationalism
- 7 Formation of the Indonesian State
- 8 Reproducing the Millet System
- 9 Constitutional Dissonance
- 10 Bringing Back the ‘Seven Words’
- 11 The Failure of Amendment
- 12 Limiting Human Rights
- 13 The Institutionalization of Zakat
- 14 Managing the Collection of Zakat
- 15 Legislating Zakat Payment
- 16 Overlapping Zakat and Taxation
- 17 Formalizing Shari‘a Locally Through Ulama
- 18 Ulama and Qanun Lawmaking
- 19 After the Tsunami
- About the Author
- Production Notes
- Challenging the Secular State
- University of Hawai'i Press
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