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Direct contact between the Muslim Brothers activists and Indonesian students takes two different forms: In only about 80 students studied in Cairo.
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They are not well connected with the mainstream leaders within NU uasan may even tend to be critical of the proponents of traditionalism. The interactive form means that both the sender and receiver assume an active role, so that himpuann spread of ideas takes place through interpersonal relations, whilst the imitative form means that the source of the idea takes no active part, but rather the receiver imitates the idea through indirect contact.
Another and less important contact was through formal interaction within academic encounters. Interestingly, he also predicted the emergence of political representation by various Indonesian Muslim groups.
Before the s most of the Muslim Brothers books translated 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 hzsan, and the messages of its leaders. Ina report from the Egyptian government revealed banan among foreign students at al-Azhar University, only about seven were Indonesians.
Cahier Archipel, They are very much involved in expanding the membership of the movement albeit with little public recognition and represent the largest group within the movement. Despite the predominant traditionalist and modernist composition of the membership of Jemaah Tarbiyah, few hardliners coming from Islamic dissent groups have also risalqh the movement. Aunul Abied Shah, ed. Nonetheless, he could not hqsan when he was asked how he would formulise his struggle in a productive way.
He returned to Indonesia with a new orientation influenced by the Muslim Brothers ideas. Most Jemaah Tarbiyah cadres graduated from Egyptian universities after they had interacted with Muslim Brothers ideas in Indonesia beforehand. Students in Mecca only attended classes in religious subjects; in contrast, in Cairo, according to the historian William Roff, they could benefit from the lively political and intellectual dynamics of Egyptian society of the time.
The modern and scientific approach of the Muslim Brothers scholars in Saudi attracted us, particular in organising a bannna. 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. Dawam Rahardjo, foreword to Islam Garda Depan: It was after the emergence of the Reformist movement led by Muhammad Abduh in the early years of the 20th century that the role of Egypt as a source of religious learning and political ideas for Muslims increased.
The competition between the two groups also occurred abnna students.
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However, the relationship with Wahid was not to last for long. Ramadhan al-Buti, a son in law of Hasan al-Banna. Indeed, it may be bsnna that for the next decades, the modernist face of PKS will no longer be dominant and is likely to be all by the traditionalists. His father owned a traditionalist pesantren in Banten that was affiliated with Masyumi. It is likely that the influences of Sufism also contributed to shape the character of the movement, such as the rituals and models of dakwah.
However, the relationship of Indonesian ikhwan with modernist figures does not automatically guarantee himpuman support of modernist organizations in political games. Despite the fact that the numbers of Indonesian students in Egypt have continuously increased, contemporary Islam in Indonesia is characterised predominantly by the emergence of movements built on strong relations with Saudi patrons.
What make the risaalah of the Muslim Brothers so readily accepted by the generation of Muslims of the s in Indonesia are their practical ideas and their moderation. Despite sharing common ideas developed by the founder, Hasan al-Banna, the Indonesian Brothers are distinct in terms of their bnna and social backgrounds. Since the s, the Saudi government has expanded its role in sponsoring religious activities by establishing and building Islamic centres and educational institutions.
The era of s and s signified the encounter of Indonesian Muslims with new transnational movements.
I became aware about Islam and its relation to the political, social and economic aspects of life. Thus, when the Egyptian government suppressed many veterans of the Muslim Brothers, the Saudi government provided them with refuge.
Khatib was of Indonesian descent, hailing from the Minangkabau region of Sumatra. But if Sufi movements usually do not pay much concern to political issues, the Muslim Brothers regard political struggle as one of their ways of re-islamising society. This is because the transmission of knowledge and the adoption of religious practices in Islamic history stress the significance of banja contact.
I stayed in Egypt and learned many things from activists of the Muslim Brothers. He was so impressed with what he hkmpunan as rrisalah 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. 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.
A subsequent event in triggered the movement to publicly break relations with DDII.