EXPLORING HIZBUT TAHRIR INDONESIA AS A SOCIAL MOVEMENT: A CASE AT PAREPARE INDONESIA
This study will look into the social movement of Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia (HTI) in Parepare City, Indonesia to see if it can be considered a social movement. This kind of research uses qualitative descriptive research, which incorporates a normative theological approach; a sociological approach; and a juridical approach. They used a survey method in their research. The different data collection methods were done through interviews, observation, and documentation. The data used is qualitative data, field research, or HTI member information from the City of Parepare to determine HTI member demographics. The data in this field is being used to research HTI social movements in the Parepare community. This demonstrated that in the social activities undertaken by HTI, namely using da'wah as a means of establishing a caliphate, their efforts have proven successful. HTI does not act explicitly on behalf of a social movement because since its founding, it has openly declared itself to be a political activity. It is required in order to carry out political struggles that a prosperous society be established on the basis of an economic and social system.
HTI, social movement, Parepare