The Challenges of Solidity in the Islamic World at the International Level


  • Cikal Gautama Adjie Universitas Paramadina, Indonesia


islam, solidity, muslim, islamic world


Humans must face numerous obstacles in today's global globe, whether as individuals or communities. Islam is one of the religions that have very rapid population growth in the current era, and it is also one of the religions that have a massive number of adherents in the current era. The method used in this study was a bibliometric and descriptive evaluative analysis, wherein data was collected by using the Publish or Perish application, and then processed with VOSviewer application software. Islam was highly developed, and many pioneer scientists in numerous fields arose from it. However, the present difficulty that the Islamic religion must face is how strong Islam is in the worldwide world today. If we talk about strength today, it is not just quantity but quality. Indeed, Islam is one of the largest religions in the world, but if we look at the condition of countries with a Muslim majority, of course, they have not yet fully united to move forward, so their solidity is in question. This study was conducted using bibliometric and descriptive evaluative analysis methods. In this journal, the author explains the challenges of solidity in the Islamic world at the international level.


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Adjie, C. G. (2022). The Challenges of Solidity in the Islamic World at the International Level. Sukrasana: Journal Social and Political Review, 1(1), 13–22. Retrieved from