AFV Weapons Profile 40-US Armoured Cars

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Salawat), with sesajen or offerings of flowers, food, clothes, and incense, and semedi (meditation) and (ber)tapa (asceticism) from Hindu and Buddhist cultural streams. Out of this complex assortment of ritual practices, local people point out that sesajen stems from the Hindu past in Java. Many say offerings are part of Javanese “tradition” and “culture” or that they are kejawen, a mix of Hinduism and Islam. Contrary to Woodward’s interpretation of Islamized Hindu elements, locals, practitioners and critics, viewed offerings as the Hindu or pre-Islamic traditional 28 Islamic Spectrum in Java contribution to this blend.

However, current national, Reformation policies calling for greater regional autonomy, which has taken on a local form of transferring more control for local regency resources to the regencies themselves, weakens the authority of the sultan-governor. In addition, many political organizations and parties have called for the position of Governor to become an elected position as in other provinces, and modernist Muslim groups continue to argue that beliefs in his divine character are not properly Islamic.

Of course, there is a range of friendly and unfriendly feelings about “Americans” in Indonesian communities, but in most cases this category carries associations with modernity and development, much lauded centerpiece concepts of Indonesian postcolonial government projects. But even more than my “American” categorization, my “Muslim” identification facilitated the formation of relationships with a broad range of people, on the streets and in schools, businesses and mosques. I feel that my identity as a Muslim provided me access to experiences, contexts and conversations that would be difficult for non-Muslim Americans to attain.

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