1 Department of English Education Program, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, University of Jember, East Java, Indonesia

2 Professor in Department of English Education Program, Faculty of Teacher Training and Education, University of Jember, East Java, Indonesia.


SUBJECT AND OBJECTIVES: This research is aimed to analyze the factors of radicalism and terrorism action that was happening in Indonesia, it is obviously important because the result can be used by the Indonesian government, civil societies and other countries of the world to prevent the spreading of radicalism and terrorism ideologies.
METHOD AND FINDING: In order to get reliable and valid data analysis the Observation-qualitative research methodology has been used to analyze documents, books, articles which relates to the research topic and supported by The Holy Quran Verses and traditions on Religious ethical context. The hypotheses of these research show that there is close relationship between radicalism and terrorism action and the fake teachings. Based on the research, the act of radicalism and terrorism is not the part of Monotheistic Religions teachings, but occurred because of misunderstanding in comprehending the Monotheistic Religions teachings and Quranic verses. Moreover, peace is the main principle of Monotheistic Religions and specially the religion of Islam; because it is rooted in human nature and of course conducting war in Islam is an exception in the case of oppression.
CONCLUSION: Several options that can be applied to solve radicalism and terrorism problems in Indonesia society and other countries of the world are by understanding the root of radicalism and terrorism, de-radicalization and de-terrorism of Religions radical follower, the use of counseling method in contradiction of radicalism and terrorism and controlling hoax in social media.


Main Subjects

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