Muslimahnews.com’s 'Toxic Discourse': Women Definition in Khilafah Ideological Power Dominance

Authors

  • Qholiva Yuni Fadilla Universitas Gadjah Mada

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.24197/st.1.2023.187-202

Keywords:

Domination; HTI; Muslimahnews.com; Woman; Discourse

Abstract

Despite being disbanded, HTI activities in Indonesia are allegedly continuing through signals and ideologies that still exist. Muslimahnews.com is a propaganda media with the hashtag ‘Inspirational and Educating’ under this organization. Muslimahnews.com puts its segmentation on Islamic women’s groups in Indonesia with content that is. This paper uncovers how and why Muslimahnews.com dominates women through texts containing the Khilafah ideology. The analysis shows that the texts on Muslimahnews.com have a structuration that harmoniously perpetuates seduction and threats. The media, which is part of HTI, urged its agents, especially women, to revive the Khilafah ideology. Women internalize these values, then unknowingly become victims of the intensification and normalization of their power practice agenda.

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Qholiva Yuni Fadilla, Universitas Gadjah Mada

 

 

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01/03/2023 — Updated on 01/04/2023

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Fadilla, Q. Y. (2023). Muslimahnews.com’s ’Toxic Discourse’: Women Definition in Khilafah Ideological Power Dominance. Sociología Y Tecnociencia, 13(1), 187–202. https://doi.org/10.24197/st.1.2023.187-202 (Original work published March 1, 2023)