By Dave McRae
Regardless of no previous background of contemporary unrest, Poso, from 1998-2007, grew to become the positioning of the main protracted inter-religious clash in postauthoritarian Indonesia, in addition to essentially the most vital theatres of operations for the Jemaah Islamiyah terrorist community. 9 years of violent clash among Christians and Muslims in Poso increased a formerly little identified district in jap Indonesia to nationwide and worldwide prominence. Drawing on a decade of analysis, for the main half carried out whereas the clash used to be ongoing, this e-book presents the 1st finished heritage of this violence. It additionally addresses the puzzle of why the Poso clash was once capable of persist for therefore lengthy in an more and more, reliable democratic nation, regardless of the appear weaknesses of the small teams of fellows using the violence.
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Extra info for A Few Poorly Organized Men: Interreligious Violence in Poso, Indonesia
In fact, as we now know, by the time attacks in Poso ceased in 2007, the district had become the site of the most persistent interreligious violence in post-Suharto Indonesia. This chapter focuses on the beginnings of recurrent violence in Poso, covering the period from the first riot in Poso in December 1998 until a second, larger 36 chapter three riot in April 2000. Clashes between crowds of Muslims and Christians again escalated over the course of several days in this April 2000 riot, in a pattern similar to the December violence.
But Horowitz’s emphasis on spontaneity and depth of feeling obscures the important and visible role that organized interests played in producing the escalation of violence within each of these riots. Neither would have escalated to full-blown riots without the role of these organized interests, necessitating a model that places greater emphasis on organization than does Horowitz. The American political scientist Paul Brass provides such a model, developed out of his scholarship on Hindu-Muslim riots in Northern India.
Poso district exemplified this broader pattern. The district lacked the presence of major industry or a developed private sector that might have provided an alternative to government jobs and contracts for those not working on the land. In the context of Poso’s demographic composition, state resources thus became the target of intense competition between rival patronage networks organized along communal lines. This urban competition mirrored tensions arising from inequalities in the agricultural sector.
A Few Poorly Organized Men: Interreligious Violence in Poso, Indonesia by Dave McRae