All posts tagged: Fika Komara

Secular Compradors in Indonesia Exploit “Taliban Issues” to Attack Islam

As reported by medcom.id, Indonesian military and intelligence observer, Susaningtyas Nefo Handayani Kertapati believes that the movement adopted by the Taliban group needs to be watched out for in the country. Indications that lead to the Taliban way can be seen in educational institutions. “In our country, there are so many educational institutions that have […]

Dual Lethal Pandemics: COVID-19 and Disinformation

Last June, the Vice President of Indonesia, Ma’ruf Amin stated that the disruption of information technology had negative impacts, such as the emergence of false information (hoax), fraud, slander, provocation,and contents containing heretical and extreme teachings. “As a result, we see many people have become victims, for example, the distrust of some people in the […]

The Ambassador of the Zionist Entity to Singapore Propagates Deceitful Narratives in Southeast Asia

As Reuters reported on 17th June, the zionist entity is willing to work towards establishing ties with Southeast Asia’s Muslim majority nations, its ambassador to Singapore said on Thursday, despite their condemnation in May of air strikes on Gaza. Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei had urged the United Nations to step in and stop “the atrocities […]

As Arab States Maintain their Intimacy with ‘Israel’, Muslim Leaders in Southeast Asia Condemn ‘Israeli’ Violence against Palestine

As the situation in Palestine worsens following aggressions by ‘Israel’, the Muslim leaders in Southeast Asia i.e. Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei have issued a joint statement to condemn the violence. The statement reads: “We condemn in the strongest term the repeated blatant violations and aggressions, carried out by the Israelis, targeting civilians throughout the Occupied […]

Secular National Border Brings a Bleak Future for Undocumented Indonesian Muslim Children

As reported by Tempo, the Indonesian consul in Tawau Malaysia on Monday, April 12, 2021, released a total of 242 alumni of Community Learning Center (CLC) and Kota Kinabalu Indonesian School (SIKK) alumni who will continue their education in Indonesia. This repatriation program is an annual collaboration between the Ministry of Education and Culture of […]