AGAMA BAHA’I PROBLEMATIKA PELAYANAN HAK-HAK SIPIL

Authors

  • Kustini Kustini Peneliti Puslitbang Kehidupan Keagamaan Badan Litbang dan Diklat Kementerian Agama RI
  • Syaiful Arif Pengajar Pascasarjana STAINU Jakarta

Keywords:

Baha’i, Civil Rights, Social Relations, Hak-hak sipil, Relasi Sosial

Abstract

In the eyes of the law, the Baha’i religion does not exist in this country, as it is not included in the six religions recognized in Indonesia’s constitution: Islam, Protestantism, Catholicism, Hinduism, Buddhism and Confucianism. As a result, it is considered an “unofficial “ or “unrecognized “ religion. In fact, in Article 29 Paragraph 2 of the 1945 Constitution and Article 1 of Law No. 1 / PNPS / 1965, the term “unofficial” and “unrecognized” religion is not even used. The only term used are “followed and serviced” religions. From this perspective, Baha’i is not considered an independent religion, but a splinter group of other religions. This given rise to systemic losses, i.e the unfulfilled civil rights of Baha’is, as part of Indonesian citizens who actually entitled to rights.

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Published

30-12-2014

How to Cite

Kustini, K., & Arif, S. (2014). AGAMA BAHA’I PROBLEMATIKA PELAYANAN HAK-HAK SIPIL. Harmoni, 13(3), 84–98. Retrieved from https://jurnalharmoni.kemenag.go.id/index.php/harmoni/article/view/114