Journal of Legal, Ethical and Regulatory Issues (Print ISSN: 1544-0036; Online ISSN: 1544-0044)


Indonesian Role in Palestine-Israel Security Matters

Author(s): Yusa Djuyandi, Luthfi Hamzah Husin, Rudolph Rainer Tjioediningrat

A decent and fear-free life is the dream of all mankind. Life without war should be avoided by diplomatic efforts and not using violence and must also support the party that is legally right. This is inversely proportional to the conditions that occur in Palestine, how this country has always been a victim by the Israeli attacking state. This is even more tragic because the countries in the world seem to turn a blind eye to this. As a country with the largest Muslim population in the world, Indonesia from the beginning of independence supported the independence of Palestine. This research used qualitative method with descriptive approach. Data sources are gained through literature study, such as books, journals and news that are related to the Indonesian role in Palestine – Israel security matters. Various data which have been collected then also validated by triangulation technique. This research analyzes that the existence of big countries that support the existence of Israel, such as the United States continues to cloud the political atmosphere in the Middle East. This paper will prove that identity equality or ideo-syncretism is a major factor in the state's position in deciding advocacy efforts in a conflict and security. This paper also explains how Indonesia can act effectively in ensuring the existence of Palestine in the world and persuade Muslim’s countries to create security for the Palestinian people.

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