Shariah Survey 2014: 72 Percent of Indonesian People Want State Implements Shariah

SEM Institute released the results of its survey which shows the majority of Indonesian people (72 percent) want Islamic law applied in various aspects of life including the state and nation.

“It shows the concrete results of successful propaganda against the tide of secularization in Indonesia,” SEM Institute statistician Kusman Sadik told reporters on Wednesday (19/2/14) in Jakarta.

According to him, the survey was conducted on December 25, 2013 – January 2014 to 1498 respondents from various groups in 38 cities in Indonesia. The survey results confirmed the US government referral agencies Pew Research Center, released 30 April 2013 that showed 72 percent of Indonesian Muslims want sharia as a legal basis in the state.


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