An Indonesian citizen who was born, raised and works in Jakarta; A MarComm manager in a new Digital Travel Services in Jakarta. PPKI met the next day on August 18. At that meeting, there was the last amendment to the Constitution presented by bpUPKI a month earlier. The change took place during the opening with “Pancasila”. The seven words of the first commandment, “God, with the obligation to commit Islamic law for his disciples” are changed to “The True God.” The changes seem trivial, but they have a huge impact. For example, Mustaqim mentions the code of conduct or conduct that applies in a company. This code of conduct is also under micro-conditions that are of a particular nature, because not all companies have it. It became controversial at that time, as did a film similar to the same subject, Crossfire, released the same year (although the original film was a story of homophobia, which was later turned into anti-Semitism). So far, several parties suspect that Muslims are anti-Pancasila. They continue to have the idea that Muslims remain in power so that the Constitution can return to the Jakarta Charter.
To this Islamist group, it refers to the term “political Islam” or even “extreme right,” as a convergence with the communist group called the “extreme left”. The images have been popular since the 1960s, especially when the old order (Sukarno regime) stood until the G-30-S/PKI tragedy in its best moments. And this situation continued until the era of the New Order, although it was lost at the end of Suharto`s reign, between 1990 and 1998. But in the era of the Reformation, this term reappeared. In a country currently threatened with bankruptcy, Islamophobia is re-emerging. The presence is actually recorded even in various media campaigns today. They are antipathy towards everything that contains Islam. On the issue of Sharia law, the wish is clear,” said Lukman Hakiem, author of a book on the history and figures of Islam and former stick of the late General Masyumi and former Prime Minister Mr Natsir. According to Lukman, the question of what is the history of the relationship between the state and Islam, and what happened around the development of the Jakarta Charter, should be taken up again.