Analisis Surat Keputusan Bersama Tiga Menteri Tentang Peringatan Dan Perintah Kepada penganut, Anggota, Dan/Atau Pengurus Jemaat Ahmadiyah Indonesia

Delina Asriyani, Zulli Qodir


This thesis discusses the analysis of three Ministers decree on Ahmadiyah (a case study of conflict between FUI and GAI
in Yogyakarta, 2012). The ministerial analysis and the factors that cause of conflicts is done by using the theory of
critical discourse analysis of Norman Fairclough, Antonio Gramsci's theory of hegemony, and the theory of the cause of
conflict by Simon Fisher. From the analysis, it can be concluded that the pros and cons that always arise in the process
of production and consumption of three Ministers decree on Ahmadiyah. Groups for Ahmadiyah have opinion that
freedom must not be restricted because of the position as a citizen. Constitutional guarantees and product legislation
related to human rights also guarantees it. The group cons have argue that the activities undertaken by the Ahmadiyah
is incompatible with Islam. If Ahmadiyah still do the activities, which can not themselves are Muslims. This research also
found that the factors of causing conflict between FUI and GAI in Yogyakarta, 2012, are not a single. First, the GAI is
considered an insult to the Muslim faith. Second, straying from MUI to GAI is the main reference for the rejection of GAI.
Third, the differences in understanding of the decree about Ahmadiyah. Fourth, the unilateral allegations of each group,
and the fifth, the exclusivity of GAI.


Three Ministers Decree on Ahmadiyah; Ahmadiyah; Freedom Religious; Front Umat Islam

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