Nastiness Diagnosis. Anthropology. Religion. Gender. Justice. A Personal Notepad For the General Public.
Inside the census 2011 is actually census 2000, and 2012 is 2010. Perfect.
"Then we made a Dutch-language Muhammadijah school for the children of the hadjis who were not allowed to go to the regular Dutch schools. People here feared organizations like Muhammadijah since the Muslims were [traditionally] not organized, and they thought that to organize was to become Christian. But in 1934 the batik cooperative was founded, and by 1936 it had begun to truly advance because people saw the profit in it, and also because textiles made in Holland were more expensive than those made in Indonesia." (Peacock, 1978, p. 70)
Peacock, J. L. 1978. Purifying the Faith: The Muhammadijah Movement in Indonesian Islam, Menlo Park, CA: Benjamin/Cummings.
2000 Surakarta 2010 Surakarta
Total 490.214 499.337
Islam 381.297 (77%) 393.375 (78.7%)
Catholic 37.942 + 33.014 +
Protestant 68.112 = 10.6054 (21.6%) 68.844 = 10.1858 (20.3%)
Islam 1.158.090 (85.8%)
Catholic 81846 +
Protestant 91934= 12%
2000 Salatiga 2010 Salatiga 2010 City
Total 151.438 170.332 174.234
Islam 114.841 (75.8%) 129.894 (76.2%) 135.283 (77.6%)
Catholic 8.499 (5.6%) 8.069 (4.7%) 11.298 (6.5%)
Pro 26.868 (17.7%) 30.443 (17.9%) 25.771 (14.8%)
Cath +Pro (23.3%) 38.521 (22.6%) 37.069 (21.3%)
Back in 1822, the missionary Bruckner who commented on Salatiga Muslims who “knew almost nothing of the doctrines of their religion.” (Java Saga p45)
althought called Muslism….indeed the people were heathen in all respects except the worship of images. They often appeared to be pleased with what I told them of the gospel, but no results followed. I found it to be hard work and most trying to the patiences to go on thus, month after month and year after year, and yet wintess no conversions. They could not read, nor had I then any books to distribute. p45
In meetings held in Langitan, Buntet, and in Jakarta, the
kiais expressed their strong reservations about the presidency. In Buntet
(Cirebon, West Java), Kiai Abdullah Abbas, as he said himself in an inter
view, told Amien Rais, who came accompanied by Fuad Bawazier, a former
finance minister of President Suharto, and eminence grise of the regime in its
last years : " Usually, the Muhammadiyah people are the ones with the most
hatred toward the NU people. So, what is the motivation behind your pro
posal?" Abbas went on to tell Amien he suspected him of proposing Gus
Dur because Amien later wanted to have him dismissed, at which point
Amien would take over as president. Abbas said he disliked the idea because
" If Gus Dur failed as president, not only would his own reputation suffer,
but so would NU’s". (13) Kiai Abbas was quoted in an interview with Aula, April 2001, p. 28. He added that "Amien’ s face became red when he suggested these hidden intentions" (merah padam mukanya).