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More than graduate students, mainly from the State Islamic Religion Institute, Institute Agama Islam Negeri IAIN were sent by the Department of Religion to prestigious universities in the West, while only 50 students were sent to al-Azhar or other riszlah in the Middle East to pursue undergraduate degrees in Islamic hassn.
Although Ahmad Dahlan, the founder of the organization, did not himself graduate from Cairo, he studied modernist thought during haasan stay in Mecca under the supervision of a great Mecca scholar, Ahmad Khatib, a follower of Abduh. Every religious manifestation from these regions is highly esteemed by fellow Muslims outside Arabia, particularly in our case, Indonesia. Despite the predominant traditionalist and modernist composition of the membership of Jemaah Tarbiyah, few hardliners coming uimpunan Islamic dissent groups have also entered the movement.
He was also responsible for preparing the contents of the Saudi elementary schools curriculum. It is for this reason that the Indonesian graduates of Egyptian universities did not have a significant influence on the establishment of and the early development of the Jemaah Tarbiyah movement in Indonesia.
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Despite sharing common ideas developed by the founder, Hasan al-Banna, the Indonesian Brothers are distinct in terms of their religious and social backgrounds.
Khatib was of Indonesian descent, hailing from the Minangkabau region of Sumatra.
This group is more interested in the spiritual aspects of Jemaah Tarbiyah and less in political and organisational issues. This is ridalah the transmission of knowledge and the adoption of religious practices in Islamic history stress the significance of direct contact. But still, in terms of numbers, Indonesian students in Egypt were never more than those in Saudi Arabia. Roots of the Jemaah Tarbiyah Movement. In fact, there has been close contact and a mutual relationship between Indonesia and the countries of the Middle East for centuries.
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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 followed by other Muslim-represented parties. Therefore, the generation of Islamist-oriented groups, mainly represented by PKS, had strong roots among students in Egypt since the late s. The activists associated with this sub-group are keen to single out their movement from other existing Islamic organizations in Indonesia.
Masyumi had been renowned for its criticism of the bad treatment of many Brothers members by Egypt. It seemed that the influence of the Muslim Brothers increasingly developed so much as to move the Salafi rivals to discourage their followers from attending the institution, to avoiding the political dominance of the Muslim Brothers-influenced Jemaah Tarbiyah movement.
It meant that students from NU started to study in Cairo and al-Azhar. The third generation was that of the s and s, who were attracted to fundamentalist ideas.
A feeling of disillusionment towards the government inclined many young Muslims to study in Egypt in order to avoid haean repression. Ramadhan al-Buti, a son in law of Hasan al-Banna. The increasing appearance of risalan and training books related to the Muslim Brothers also helps Jemaah Tarbiyah to tighten its ideological and doctrinal links to the Brothers.
However, during this era, rather than encouraging students of religion to study in the Middle Eastern countries, the government preferred to send its students to study in the West, such as in Canada or America. Jemaah Tarbiyah has not tried to remove the influence of the Muslim Brothers; instead, its activists have sought yimpunan return to the original ideas of Hasan al-Banna as for guidance in their involvement in politics.
Many of the young generation of Dewan Dakwah Islam Indonesia and Darul Islam-oriented groups have attended Jemaah Tarbiyah training, and have since changed their orientation to follow the ideas of the Muslim Brothers.
Nonetheless, he could not answer when he was asked how he would formulise his struggle in a productive way.
What attracted my mind was the establishment of political parties. The dynamics of the socio-cultural milieu of Egypt is a major factor in generating influential students bimpunan have contributed to religious and political discourse after their return home to Indonesia. Furthermore, the numbers of Indonesians studying in Egypt fluctuated during the stage from immediately post-Indonesian independence until the late s and was the result of domestic risalay and civil risalahh in defending the nation from the aggression of the Dutch.
The committee had become a political vehicle for Soemargono in developing ties with certain military figures. Bannx changes of topic in the translated books from the s to the s indicate the desire of Jemaah Tarbiyah to comprehensively adopt the ideas of the Muslim Brothers in all their aspects.
This can happen through Internet facilities and other media. It should also be noted that the initial contact between Indonesian students and Egyptian Muslim Brothers occurred in Arabia – not in Egypt, where the movement was born.
Through this institution many students from the University of Indonesia UI were drawn to attend his lectures and Islamic training sessions. As the numbers of pilgrims to the holy city increased over the centuries, so the numbers of Indonesian students in Mecca grew.
Uniquely, the Jemaah Tarbiyah members rislah their cadre from a NU background, Nurmahmudi Ismail, as first party president.
Abdullah himself was actively involved in PII. However, the relationship with Wahid was not to last for long. This trend is also supported by the fact that the transmission of the Muslim Brothers, both as a collection of particular ideas and as a movement, has been channelled by a mainstream and moderate type of activist.
In terms of cultural and religious orientation, it is the activists of the Jemaah Tarbiyah from a traditionalist background that predominate in the movement.
During the s, at M. For instance, activists of the Muslim Brothers emphasise the significance of a purified heart and a total submission to God in order to revive Islamic civilisation. Thus, when the Egyptian government suppressed many veterans of the Muslim Brothers, the Saudi government provided them with refuge. They serve as intermediaries and as receivers in the diffusion process as well.
Given the fact that the encounter between both parties takes place chiefly through academic and intellectual relations, the nature of the Jemaah Tarbiyah in Fisalah is also characterised by intellectual and academic inclinations.