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What was most interesting was the strong support of students for the Justice Party PK which indicated that the influence of Salafiyah and fundamentalism was still strong enough.
The second generation was the post-Independence generation, identical riaslah their orientation to Islamic liberal and rational thought.
He took a NU committee member of the local branch, Yuyun Wirasaputra as his running mate as vice mayor. Most of the influential figures of the movement, such as Rahmat Abdullah, Hilmi Aminuddin, and Abu Ridha indeed have ridalah traditionalist background – but they stem from the traditionalist wing of the modernist political party, Masyumi.
Furthermore, there is a deeply spiritual dimension within the Muslim Brothers movement that has enabled it to integrate with Indonesian Muslims since, for many centuries, Indonesia has been renowned as a rosalah of Islamic spirituality. In only about 80 students studied in Cairo.
Every bamna manifestation from these regions is highly esteemed by fellow Muslims outside Arabia, particularly in our case, Indonesia. One well known website is www.
Most PKS leading figures in this province have been dominated by activists of a revivalist group, in particular Persis.
In himpynan, Cairo in those early centuries was not a place of interest for Indonesians. Thus it is better to seek the personal framework of diffusion and processes of emulation ridalah which religious movements and events of the Middle East may encourage similar processes in other countries. Abdullah himself became interested to the ideas of the Muslim Brothers after he met Hilmi Aminuddin. However, as a religious movement that still believes in the significance of conventional transmission through human encounter, all processes of transferring Hanna knowledge and religious authority still rely on direct interaction.
Thousands of copies have been printed and have become best-sellers. Influenced by the dynamics of Indonesian Islam, the members of Jemaah Tarbiyah may be categorised into three groups based on their previous religious backgrounds.
He was so impressed with what he perceived as the wide acceptance by students towards the establishment of the National Mandate Party, Partai Amanat National PAN initiated by the modernists and then risalau by other Muslim-represented parties. The main reason for this shift in the source of religious influence lies in efforts conducted by the Saudi government to become an influential leader among Muslim countries.
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His reputation is widely acknowledged and has even been considered to be Shaikh al-Tarbiyyah the Grand Teacher of Jemaah Tarbiyah. The structure of halaqah permits an intensive and deep contact between the teacher murabbi and the students mutarabbiriwalah in the form of an informal meeting between the murabbi and pupils.
In Bnna Arabia during the s, the establishment of initial halaqah outstripped those of Egypt. However, since the s, as was witnessed by Rahardjo, students were more yimpunan toward the renewal movement, but still Islamist views gained popularity.
On the whole, however, relations between Egyptian and Indonesian Muslims were more noticeable after Indonesian political independence in Ramadhan al-Buti, a son in law of Hasan al-Banna. However, Abaza failed to explain the fact that most students who studied in Egypt were not newly devout santri s, the product of the process of Islamisation and santrinization.
The increasing appearance of manuals and training books related to the Muslim Brothers also helps Jemaah Tarbiyah to tighten its ideological and doctrinal links to the Brothers. What is more, the cachet of Saudi Arabia as the guardian of the Two Holy Cities has not been confined to the non-Arab Muslim countries but has also expanded into Egypt itself, though renowned for the religious prestige of al-Azhar. If before the s Indonesian Muslims, students in particular, only read the literature of the Muslim Brothers, after the arrival home of the Middle East graduates they were able to interact directly with its activists.
Jemaah Tarbiyah has not tried to remove the influence of the Muslim Brothers; instead, its activists have sought to return to the original ideas of Hasan al-Banna as for guidance in their involvement in politics.
First, it was absorbed by Indonesian Muslims through the print media, mainly Arabic books translated into Indonesian since the mids.
Generally speaking, two channels mediate the process of religious transmission: As Abu Ridha said.
What attracted my mind was the establishment of political parties. Hilmi Aminuddin is an influential figure in Jemaah Tarbiyah and currently chairman of the Consultative Assembly of PKS, who in the hasa s established initial contact with the Muslim Brothers during his study in Saudi Arabia.
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A subsequent event in triggered the movement to publicly break relations with DDII. To conclude, even though Jemaah Tarbiyah has been greatly influenced by the Muslim Brothers in Egypt, it has developed into an autonomous movement different from the central movement. He returned to Indonesia with a new orientation influenced by the Muslim Brothers ideas.
He was an active and enthusiastic figure, particularly in the struggle for the sake of Islam.
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Because of the high reputation of Al-Azhar University and its scholars, many Indonesian Muslims received their degrees from universities hadan Egypt. Many other religious activists, particularly in Java and Sumatra, received their religious training in Egypt. The current expansion of PKS in the general elections in regions once the strongholds of traditionalist organizations indicates their considerable contribution to the party, and this can only be expected to increase in the future.
The third generation was that of the s and s, who were attracted to fundamentalist ideas. This program aimed to calm the anger of Muslim activists in Indonesia after the capture of many Muslim Brothers in the s.
Strictly speaking, there are at least three important ideologues who have played a significant role in transferring and disseminating the ideas among young Muslims in Indonesia. It seemed that the influence of the Muslim Brothers increasingly developed so much as to move the Salafi rivals to discourage their followers from nimpunan the institution, to avoiding the political dominance of the Muslim Brothers-influenced Jemaah Tarbiyah movement.
Agus Salim, the hwsan of Indonesian delegation and H. An interesting observation reported by Dawam Rahardjo during two short visits to Egypt confirmed this changing orientation in different generations of Indonesian students there. Direct oral transmission remains the preferred mode of disseminating religious knowledge, so that each murabbi grants his mutarabbi a kind of ijazah, or licence, as in the Sufi tradition which then permits him to set up another circle. Nurmahmudi was appointed Minister of Forestry and Plantation in Their involvement within the formation of the initial Jemaah Tarbiyah has led the movement towards more restricted and exclusive operations.