The Power of International Quds Day in the Cyberspace


Using Barry Barnes’ theory of power as social order constituted by a routine-knowledge interaction as the theoretical framework of the study, the author argues that as a result of the interaction between the routine (demonstrations on Quds Day) and knowledge of the routine (Quds Day is observed through demonstrations) for more that three decades now, there emerged an embryonic social order — inclusion of Quds Day as one of the Muslim holidays in online calendars of non-Muslim academic, political, religious, cultural, commercial, and personal websites.



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