All posts tagged: Dr. Fika Komara

The Sandwich Generation Phenomenon, Miserable Life under Capitalism

More than 50 million Indonesians of productive age belong to the “sandwich” generation. They are under the economic burden of having to support their children and at the same time support the needs of the generation above them. The portrait of the Indonesian sandwich generation was captured in a Kompas Research and Development poll on […]

Human Trafficking Under the Guise of Migrant Workers in Southeast Asia

The plight of Indonesian migrant workers in Cambodia was revealed in early August. In a virtual press conference entitled ‘Indonesian Migrant Workers Emergency in Cambodia’ organized by the Migrant Care, (August 1) “Those who do not reach their targets are trafficked, beaten and electrocuted. Passports were burned, no fines were paid,” From reports received by […]

Indonesian Regime Affirms its Alignment to Liberalism, by Passing Law Against Sexual Violence

The Indonesia House of Representatives (DPR RI) and the government on Tuesday, April 12, 2022, ratified the Draft Law on the Crime of Sexual Violence (RUU TPKS) into law. The chairman of the Indonesian House of Representatives, Puan Maharani, said that the ratification of the TPKS Bill was a historic moment, because the bill had […]

Digital Sexualization Part 2: The Ignored Cause of Violence Against Women

The pattern of digital interaction, which is controlled by capitalist corporations and the puppet Muslim regimes – has broken down the wall of honor of the Muslim community, ruined future generations and tarnished the honor of Muslim women. Sexual violence against women does not stand alone only because of patriarchal culture such as the feminist […]

Digital Sexualization: The Ignored Cause of Violence Against Women PART 1

At the end of 2021, the largest Muslim country, namely Indonesia, was rocked by news of sexual violence and the heated pros and cons of its prevention policies. There was fierce debate at home about how to solve the violence against women, especially among women’s activist groups, university academics, community leaders as well as policy […]

Coal Mafia and the Curse of Capitalistic Development in the Muslim Lands

“Innalillahi wa inna ilaihi rojiu’un. I’m sorry to hear the death of Advocate Jurkani due to a brutal stabbing when he advocated for the illegal mining case in Tanah Bumbu, South Kalimantan, Indonesia. There were many such barbaric incidents in Banua, South Kalimantan. A teacher was killed because of the coal mine matter. Some journalists […]