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from THE JAKARTA POST -- WEDNESDAY, JUNE 15, 2011 Although most young Indonesian Muslims see religion as a salient identity emphasizing Islamic values and attitudes, they approve democratic values, a survey shows.
The survey came amid increasing concern about radicalism among young Muslims, as students are reportedly the primary targets of radical Islamic movements.
An Indonesian Survey Institute (LSI) poll found that 47.5 percent of the 1,496 Muslim respondents, aged between 15 and 25 years old and distributed across all 33 provinces, felt they were Muslims first and Indonesians second. Only 40.8 percent answered otherwise.
However, it was not a cause for …