A quest for true Islam: a study of the Islamic resurgence by Rifki Rosyad

By Rifki Rosyad

This examine offers the modern Islamic resurgence circulation between adolescents in Bandung Indonesia, targeting its emergence, improvement and routinisation. It lines different factors and prerequisites that contributed to the emergence of the stream. It additionally attempts to give an explanation for how and why teens (students particularly) flip to Islam, and the way the flow is organised and built between scholars. ultimately, it examines inner alterations between quite a few Islamic teams as responses to social, political and cultural changes.** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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He asked permission to go to the mosque. The lecturer allowed him and his three friends to go. He went tothe mosque but he missed the lecture. This happened every Friday. 18 He became inspired by the idea of having a mosque close to the campus (Naipaul 1981:347) 17 It means the party of Allah, a military unit for the Muslim youth, established by the Japanese at the end of 1944. Ulamas and Muslim leaders also established Sabilillah (the way of Allah) which acted as the main body and protector for Hizbullah.

They must be true Muslims'. He believed that what was needed now was a true Muslim leader, ‘who lived according to the Quran, … who could stand in for the Prophet, … who knew the Prophet’ s deeds so well that he would order affairs as the Prophet himself might have ordered them’ (Naipaul 1981:350–2). For this reason, Imaduddin was concerned with Islamic education for youngsters. During his second time in America, he often met and discussed issues with Muslim intellectuals, such as Nurcholis Madjid, Amin Rais and Syafi'i Ma'arif, who also studied in America.

The need became much greater as the number of Muslim students with strong Islamic backgrounds increased every year. A committee was formed in 1960 to produce a mosque development plan. In 1960, Sukarno approved the plan, and he even named the proposed mosque ‘Salman’, the name of a Muslim technocrat in the Prophet's era. Three years later, building of the mosque commenced, and Salman Mosque was first used in 1972. In 1965 the management of the mosque was delegated to Yayasan Pembina Mesjid Salman (YPM Salman, Salman Mosque Development Foundation).

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