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In some cases, they went initially only to perform the pilgrimage, but afterwards stayed on for some period of time to learn from the great Meccan scholars.

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I developed my new profession by transferring these new ideas to Indonesia. Historically, Mecca was the centre of Islamic religious education for Indonesian students. Despite sharing common ideas developed by the founder, Hasan al-Banna, the Indonesian Brothers are distinct in terms of their religious and social backgrounds. The case of Nurmahmudi Ismail is an example of bannq between Jemaah Tarbiyah and the traditionalist group.

The structure of himmpunan 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.

They also received more respect for their academic writings, risalha on subjects of religious studies. Although Ahmad Dahlan, the founder of the organization, did not himself graduate from Cairo, he studied modernist thought during his stay in Mecca under the supervision of a great Mecca scholar, Ahmad Khatib, a follower of Abduh.

In terms of cultural and religious orientation, it is bana activists of the Jemaah Tarbiyah from a traditionalist background that himpuann in the movement. 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.

It was understandable that during the s and s resistance to the ideas of renewal Islam represented the dominant face of Indonesian students in Egypt. Egypt, and in particular, Cairo is one of the central Islamic civilisations, where the struggle between traditionalism and modernism has taken place more dynamically than in other parts of the Islamic world, including Saudi Arabia. From the 17 th through the 19 th centuries, risa,ah prominent religious leaders and scholars in Indonesia studied under the supervision of the great ulama in Mecca.


In addition, Rahmat Abdullah is also a leading figure in Jemaah Tarbiyah. It was not only the Salafi group that benefited from the establishment of LIPIA, since Jemaah Tarbiyah all also able to recruit cadres from this institution, many of its students coming from both traditionalist and modernist pesantren in Java and the Outer Islands.

When his teacher returned from Egypt he brought more interesting ideas for carrying out dakwah but he did not initiate a Muslim Brothers movement.

Mizan, 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. There are two kinds of channels: An interesting observation reported by Dawam Rahardjo during two short visits to Egypt confirmed this changing orientation in different generations of Indonesian students there.

The fact that the Middle East was the birthplace of Islam guarantees its central role as a source of religious authority. Roots of the Jemaah Tarbiyah Movement. In short, Indonesia-Middle East relations have had an impact on religious and intellectual developments.

They disseminated this new religious synthesis to Indonesian students in the state universities which had been in the first stage dominated by modernist activists. I am very familiar with the society of the Muslim Brothers, from A to Z.

First, it was absorbed by Indonesian Muslims through the print media, mainly Arabic books translated into Indonesian since the mids. Reimagining the Umma London and New York: Hilmi Aminuddin is an influential figure in Jemaah Tarbiyah and currently chairman of the Consultative Assembly himpunam PKS, who in the mid s bannz initial contact with the Muslim Brothers during his study in Saudi Arabia. They prefer to develop militant cadres over spreading their influence into the broader society.

Yet this does not necessarily mean that they have been associated with traditionalist organizations, such as NU. The committee had become a political vehicle for Soemargono in developing ties with certain military figures.

While close intellectual contact with the Egyptian Brothers was not developed within a framework of strong and intimate relations between students and the mentor, yet face to face contact remained one of the important channels in transferring ideas. 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.


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His modernist ideas spread rapidly throughout the Indonesian archipelago. This group is more interested in the spiritual aspects of Jemaah Tarbiyah and less in political and organisational issues. As the first generation of Himpuan students abroad, it was they who would select, interpret and disseminate the ideas.

For further details on this, see Azyumardi Azra, Islam Reformis: 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. Ina report from the Egyptian government revealed that among foreign students at al-Azhar University, only about seven were Indonesians.

On the whole, however, relations between Egyptian and Indonesian Muslims were more noticeable after Indonesian political independence in Both the Mecca and Cairo groups then established two outstanding but different Islamic organizations, Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah, each with its own distinctive membership in Indonesia.

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.

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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 abnna backed Amien Rais – in the event, too late in the Indonesia presidential elections. All Abu Ridha said. For instance, in the mids the Muslim Brothers influenced Indonesian Islam through printed media and through personal interaction. Dinamika Intelektual dan Gerakan Jakarta: Advances in communication technology have enabled the messages and ideas of the society to be easily received by other Muslims.