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Qur’an Does Not Provide All the Answers

Monday, April 17, 2023

Sukidi, a Harvard graduate and an Islamic thinker, proposes his ideas on reforming Islam such as alternative interpretations of Idul Fitri and even the Holy Qur’an itself, among others.

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Muslim intellectual Sukidi in a photo session after the interview with Tempo in Jakarta, April 6. Tempo/Tony Hartawan . tempo : 172110026310.

SUKIDI did not find real Islam in Indonesia. He found it in the United States instead, a country with a non-Muslim majority and the place of the three campuses where he researched Islam for almost two decades. It is also the place where the 47-year-old Muhammadiyah intellectual conceived a new approach to interpret the Qur’an.  

At Harvard, he wrote the dissertation titled The Gradual Qur’an: Views of Early Muslim Commentators t


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