Diaspora Hadrami di Nusantara

Jajat Burhanudin


The development of Hadrami society, or overseas Arab communities in general, in the Indian Ocean countries have attracted some scholars to study in more detail,especially some aspects concerning the way the Hadramis live and cope with various problems they have in their overseas countries.  In the Malay-Indonesia state, the Hadrami society have developed as a vital community group having important position for beyond their traditional role as "the carriers of Islam" (da'wah). In terms of economics, for instances, some Hadrami even succeed in making big-scale business, and some of them appears, in terms of politics, as the ruling political elite.

DOI: 10.15408/sdi.v6i1.750

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