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In fact, there has been close contact and a mutual relationship between Indonesia and the countries of the Middle East for centuries. Some Indonesian students attended religious public gatherings led by Muslim Brothers activists but these were not specifically designated as Brothers activities.
In Saudi Arabia during the s, the establishment of initial halaqah outstripped those of Egypt.
Even though the second president of PKS, Hidayat Nurwahid was a committee member of Muhammadiyah and his General Secretary, Anis Matta was also raised in the Muhammadiyah tradition, the party backed Amien Rais – in the event, too late in the Indonesia presidential elections.
Furthermore, there is a deeply spiritual dimension within the Muslim Brothers movement that has enabled it to integrate hasqn Indonesian Muslims since, for many centuries, Indonesia has been renowned as a centre of Islamic spirituality. In the case of the transfer of the religious authority of the Muslim Brothers, however direct contact has been considered the only authoritative way of risalan on the chain of religious legitimacy.
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The government support of Islamic activities attempted to attract Indonesian Muslims and in particularly to take over the role of Islamic predication from local and independent religious leaders who were mostly associated with opposition political parties. Rasyidi in discussion with Hasan al-Banna in Cairo in 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.
In general, we can say that the influence of the Middle East mediated by Indonesian students graduating from Middle Eastern universities stimulated the dynamics of Islam in Indonesia. They also received more respect for their academic writings, particularly on subjects of religious studies.
The ideas of Sayyid Qutb and the society of the Muslim Brothers influenced them most. However, from the mids to the mids when Indonesian political conditions had become more stable and economic progress had improved many Indonesians went to Egypt to further their studies. They disseminated this new religious synthesis to Indonesian students in the state universities which had been in the first stage dominated by modernist activists. Owing to the longstanding intellectual and religious connections between the two countries, the Egyptian government was the first to acknowledge the independence of Indonesia.
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. It encompasses all political, economic, social and cultural dimensions of the human being. The competition between the two groups also occurred among students. They may interact intensively with the DDII activists and support their programs.
He was more moderate than his brother, Sayyid Qutb. Yet this does not necessarily mean that they have been associated with traditionalist organizations, such as NU.
Before the himmpunan most of the Muslim Brothers books aal into Indonesian dealt with the question of confronting Islamic ideals with non-Islamic ways of life but since then, they typically consist of more structured fundamental ideas of Hasan al-Banna, the socio-political history of his movement, and the messages of its leaders. They were able to communicate more easily with M. He took a NU committee member of the local branch, Yuyun Wirasaputra as his running mate as vice mayor.
Therefore, the generation of Islamist-oriented groups, mainly represented by PKS, had strong roots among students in Egypt since the late s. The structure of halaqah permits an intensive and deep contact between the teacher murabbi and the students mutarabbiusually in the form of an informal meeting between the murabbi and pupils.
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.
Reimagining the Umma London and New York: In terms of cultural and religious orientation, it is the activists of the Jemaah Tarbiyah from a traditionalist background that predominate in the bajna.
In the s he visited Cairo and witnessed that the renewal ideas of Nurcholish Madjid were not accepted and rather harshly criticised by students. It was after the emergence of the Reformist movement led by Muhammad Abduh in the early years of the 20th century that uimpunan role of Egypt as a source of religious learning and political ideas for Muslims increased.
The fact that the influential modernist figure, Muhammad Abduh, was a prominent scholar who became Rector of al-Azhar, as well as Grand Mufti, meant that most Indonesian students who studied in Egypt took risalaah inspiration from him. Nonetheless, he could not answer when he was asked how he would formulise his struggle in a productive way.
Majmu’atu Risail – Hassan Al-Banna
Cahier Archipel, The development of the Muslim Brothers beyond home territory is clear evidence that the movement is a transnational phenomenon.
The important role of actors in transmitting religious ideas is characterised by their movement from their original place to a foreign one, from Indonesia to Saudi Arabia, and their return to Indonesia to disseminate the new ideas they have gained from abroad.
The government initiated many Islamic activities and construction projects, such as activating missionary programs dakwah and building mosques and Islamic institutions. Interestingly, he also predicted the emergence of political representation by various Indonesian Muslim groups. During the s, at M. Thus it is better to seek the personal framework of diffusion and processes of emulation in which religious movements and events of the Middle East may encourage similar processes in other countries.
The Iranian Revolution contested the fundamental issue of the legitimacy of the Saud monarchy. Given the fact that the encounter between both parties takes place chiefly through academic and intellectual relations, the nature of the Jemaah Tarbiyah in Indonesia is also characterised by intellectual and academic inclinations.
However, the relationship with Wahid was not to last for long. One well known website is www. The dynamics of the socio-cultural milieu of Egypt is a major factor in generating influential students who have contributed to religious and political gasan after their return home to Indonesia.
They are not merely lay members but are active in the formal structural organization.