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By Rifki Rosyad

This examine offers the modern Islamic resurgence circulate between youth in Bandung Indonesia, concentrating on its emergence, improvement and routinisation. It lines different factors and stipulations that contributed to the emergence of the move. It additionally attempts to give an explanation for how and why teens (students specifically) flip to Islam, and the way the circulate is organised and built between scholars. eventually, it examines inner alterations between a number of Islamic teams as responses to social, political and cultural changes.** [C:\Users\Microsoft\Documents\Calibre Library]

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Another important writer was Abul A'la Maududi, the 6 Abduh was one of the most prominent figures of Islamic reformism in Egypt. In Indonesia his ideas deeply influenced the Islamic reformist movement, Muhammadiyah. 7 Those books emphasised at least three major points. First, they attempted to re-examine Islam, and they tried to correct the view of Islam previously held by Muslims. In addition, they proposed Islam as a solution for all problems faced by Muslims. This led to their rejection of other ideologies, including socialism, nationalism and other ‘isms’.

In addition, they proposed Islam as a solution for all problems faced by Muslims. This led to their rejection of other ideologies, including socialism, nationalism and other ‘isms’. Compared with other Muslim groups, they were more concerned with aqidah (basic faith), basic meanings of Islam, and the social and political aspects of Islam. These three aspects, in terms of approach, were quite radical and different from mainstream Islam. This was a crucial factor in the development of the movement.

The session always begins with a recitation from the Qur'an and its Indonesian translation, followed by a short speech given by the mentor as an introduction to discussion. The members then discuss the planned topic. During the discussion, participants not only ask about religious matters, but also discuss personal and family problems. Most of the participants want Islamic solutions to the problems they face. During the mentoring program, a bond among the members themselves, and among members and the mentor, develops.

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