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Police Chief: Religion Can Ruin State in the Political Struggle

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Kiblat.net – National Police Chief of Indonesia, Tito karnavian says that religion can destroy a country, when used in political battles.

“Religion was created to make the world more constructive to build,but can be destroy when used in political battles, “He says this in the Seminar and Workshop “Indonesian at the Crossroads of the State of Pancasila and the State of Religion” in Jakarta, Saturday (04/08/2017).

Ex Kadensus 88 also mentions the use of religion to politics is not only in Indonesia,even according to him Western countries use the issue to destroy each other.

“West also do religious values to politics, then this will be devastating,” he said.

Thought also impact on world politics in the Middle East, who managed to influence the thinking of the people of Islam with the doctrine of ‘ummah’, ie all Muslims are brothers.

“What happened because of the problem of conflict in the Middle East, if it is a peaceful place then everything will be peaceful,” he added.

This of course becomes a vicious circle in political law,which, according to Tito entering a fase in natural.so all of these are influenced by people, actors, and even countries that use the issue of religion in the politics of power.

Reporter: Furqon Amrulloh

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