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Despite the predominant traditionalist and modernist composition of the membership of Jemaah Tarbiyah, few hardliners coming from Islamic dissent groups have also entered the movement. 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 risalsh al-Azhar or other institutions in the Middle East to pursue undergraduate degrees eisalah Islamic studies.
The emergence of Saudi Arabia as a petrol-dollar power in the s and the success of the Iranian revolution were key points in this development. 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 Gasan movement.
His reputation is widely acknowledged and has even been considered to be Shaikh al-Tarbiyyah the Grand Teacher of Jemaah Tarbiyah. An examination of the backgrounds of Jemaah Tarbiyah activists, particularly the elite and key figures, reveals an obvious connection of the individuals with wider existing Islamic groups.
Islam was not confined within a practice nor narrowed into political activism. He was an active a, enthusiastic figure, particularly in the struggle for the sake of Islam.
I met with its murshid am General GuideUmar Tilimsani. Nurmahmudi was appointed Minister of Forestry and Plantation in His father owned a traditionalist pesantren in Banten that was affiliated with Masyumi.
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 movement, and the messages of its leaders.
My analysis will focus on the process of interaction between Indonesian students abroad, as well as Indonesian Muslims at home, and the senders of ideas. 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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However, since the mids, religious and socio-political movements imported from the Saudi patrons have tremendously influenced Indonesian Islamic discourses. In it was able to build a permanent office in Surakarta, Central Java, and started to publish more general books, though still related to Islamic ridalah.
It encompasses all political, economic, social and cultural dimensions of the human being. They were known for their devotion, knowledge and humility. In fact, there has been close contact and a mutual relationship between Hawan and the countries of the Middle East for centuries.
The students succeeded in importing ideas from abroad but failed to set up any movement. Most Jemaah Tarbiyah cadres graduated from Egyptian universities after they had interacted with Muslim Brothers ideas in Indonesia beforehand. Many other religious activists, particularly in Java and Sumatra, received their religious training in Egypt. They serve as intermediaries and as receivers in the diffusion process as well.
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.
In there were students and in this increased significantly to Natsir in building contact hxsan Middle Eastern leaders and organizations also succeeded in bringing more Indonesians to study in the Middle East. The role of Mecca and Medina, called the Haramayn the Two Holy Cities as sites for the transmission of new religious ideas to Indonesia has increased once more. Moreover, the strategic position of the Middle East, particularly Saudi Arabia, in providing services for the study of Islam and the yearly international rjsalah pilgrimage risqlah the Hajj strengthens its credentials as the safeguard and true example of Islamic practice and inspiration.
Hasaan was also responsible for preparing the contents of the Saudi elementary schools curriculum. Some Indonesian students attended religious public gatherings led by Muslim Brothers activists but these were not specifically designated as Brothers activities.
The practical character of the society lies in its gradual reform of Muslim society by promoting economic, social and political solutions for Muslim disadvantage. In contrast, Cairo in those early centuries was not a place of interest for Indonesians.
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In initial contact, the role of Indonesian students was crucial as actors murabbi in bannna transmission process to Indonesia. In terms of cultural and religious orientation, it is the activists of the Jemaah Tarbiyah from a traditionalist background that predominate in the movement.
However, they have not been reluctant to withdraw their support when they have found that they have been used for the political interests of a certain figure or another of DDII.
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. Direct contact between the Muslim Brothers activists and Indonesian students takes two different forms: What attracted my mind was the establishment of political parties.