By Rifki Rosyad
This examine offers the modern Islamic resurgence stream between youngsters in Bandung Indonesia, targeting its emergence, improvement and routinisation. It lines different factors and stipulations that contributed to the emergence of the circulation. It additionally attempts to provide an explanation for how and why adolescents (students particularly) flip to Islam, and the way the flow is organised and constructed between scholars. eventually, it examines inner alterations between a variety of Islamic teams as responses to social, political and cultural changes.** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]
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In this way Islamic activities spread widely through university and school campuses throughout Bandung. The mentoring program is divided into several groups based on age and level of education. “A” group, divided into four levels, is the first level of education for basic Islamic teachings. Included in this group are young people, fourteen years of age or junior high school students (SMP, Sekolah Menengah Pertama). In this group, the topics of discussion stress moral (akhlaq) education and basic rituals, such as prayer (shalat), religious alms (zakat), fasting (puasa) and pilgrimage (haji).
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). Although this mosque is independently managed by the YPM Salman, almost all of the board are academic staff of the ITB.
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