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This research paper aims to explore the role of emotions the Indonesian Muslim in the Indonesian politics between 1973 and 1988, in order to illustrate the emergence of collective religious sentiments among the Indonesian Muslims during this period. According to the research of the Indonesian Muslims emotions from the primary evidence, such as Indonesian poetries that were published from the 1970s to the late 1980s, as well as secondary sources of contemporary Indonesian historical and political writings since the early 1970s, the evident that shows the exclusion from national politics and the wave of Islamic revival had allowed Indonesian Muslims and political Islamic factions to rediscover and generate a new form of political and cultural spheres in which the Islamic moral sentiment was a crucial core that was still effective in the second decade of the twenty-fisrt century.
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