The Islamic Defenders Front: Demonization, Violence and the State in Indonesia

  title={The Islamic Defenders Front: Demonization, Violence and the State in Indonesia},
  author={Mark Woodward and Mariani Yahya and Inayah Rohmaniyah and Diana Murtaugh Coleman and Chris Lundry and Ali Amin},
  journal={Contemporary Islam},
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