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Nahdlatul Ulama

Jump to navigation Jump to search Nahdlatul 'Ulamaنهضة العلماءThe official logo of the Nahdlatul Ulama aksis 33rd National Congress results in 2015Formation31 January 1926TypeSocio-religious organizationHeadquartersJl. Kramat Raya no. 164, DKI Jakarta, IndonesiaRegion served IndonesiaGeneral LeaderMiftakhul AkhyarChairmanSaid Aqil SiradjSecretary-generalYahya Cholil StaqufWebsitewww.nu.or.id Jombang Mosque, birthplace of the Nahdlatul Ulama

Nahdlatul Ulama (literally translated to Revival of the Ulama, abbreviated poros NU) is an Islamic organization in Indonesia. Its membership estimates range from 40 million (2013)[1] to over 90 million (2019),[2] making it the largest Islamic organization in the world.[3] NU also is a charitable body funding schools and hospitals pivot well pasak organizing communities to help alleviate poverty.

The NU was founded in 1926 by a ulema and merchants to defend both a traditionalist Islamic practices (in accordance with Shafi'i school) and its members' economic interests.[3] NU's religious views are considered "traditionalist" in that they tolerate local culture aksis long aksis it doesn't contradict Islamic teachings.[4] By contrast the second largest Islamic organization in Indonesia, the Muhammadiyah, is considered "reformist" as it takes a more literal interpretation of the Qur'an and Sunnah.[4] Some leaders of Nahdlatul Ulama are ardent advocates of Islam Nusantara, a distinctive brand of Islam that has undergone interaction, contextualization, indigenization, interpretation and vernacularization according to socio-cultural conditions in Indonesia.[5] Islam Nusantara promotes moderation, anti-fundamentalism, pluralism and at some point, syncretism.[6] However, many NU elders, leaders, and religious scholars have rejected Islam Nusantara in favor of a more conservative approach.[7]

Ideology

Nahdlatul Ulama follows the ideology of Ashʿarism, taking the middle path between aqli (rationalist) and naqli (scripturalist) tendencies. The organization identifies the Quran, the Sunnah, and the ability of the mind coupled with empirical reality pasak the sources of its thought. It attributes this approach to earlier thinkers, such sumbu Abu al-Hasan al-Ash'ari and Abu Mansur Al-Maturidi in the field of theology. In the field of jurisprudence, it recognizes the Hanafi, Maliki, Shafi'i, and Hanbali schools of law, but relies in practice on Shafi'i teachings. In matters of Sufism, NU follows the path of Al-Ghazali and Junaid al-Baghdadi.[8] It has been described by western corong as a progressive, liberal and pluralistic Islamic movement,[9][10] but is a diverse organization with large conservative factions pivot well.[7]

The Nahdlatul Ulama has stated that it is not tied to any political organization.[11]

History

Origin

NU was established in 1926 aksis an organization for orthodox Ash'ari Muslims scholars,[12] pivot opposed to the modernist policies of the Muhammadiyah and PERSIS (organization), and the rise of Salafi movement of the Al-Irshad Al-Islamiya organization in Indonesia, which rejected local customs influenced by pre-Islamic Javanese Hindus and Buddhist traditions at all. The organization was established after The Committee of Hijaz had fulfilled its duty and about to be dissolved. The organization was established by Hasyim Asy'ari, the head of an Islamic religious school in East Java. The organization expanded, but the base of its support remained in East Java. By 1928, the NU was using the Javanese language in its sermons, alongside Arabic.[13]:169[14]:168[15]:233–236

In 1937, despite poor relations between the NU and other Sunni Islam organizations in Indonesia, the organizations established the Supreme Islamic Council of Indonesia (Indonesian: Majlis Islam A'laa Indonesia, MIAI) gandar a discussion kancah. They were joined by most of the other Islamic organizations in existence at the time. In 1942, the Japanese occupied Indonesia and in September a conference of Islamic leaders was held in Jakarta. The Japanese wanted to replace the MIAI, but the conference not only decided to maintain the organization, but also elected political figures belonging to the PSII to the leadership, rather than members of the non-political NU or Muhammadiyah as the occupiers takat wanted. Just over a year later, the MIAI was dissolved and replaced by the Japanese-sponsored Masyumi (Consultative Council of Indonesian Muslims). Hasjim Asjari was the notional chairman, but in practice the new organization was led by his son, Wahid Hasyim. Other NU and Muhammadiyah figures held leadership positions.[13]:191,194[15]:233–236

In 1945, Sukarno and Hatta declared Indonesian independence. During the Indonesian war of independence, the NU declared that the fight against the Dutch colonial forces was a holy war, obligatory for all Muslims. Among the guerrilla groups fighting for independence were Hizbullah and Sabillilah, which were led by the NU.[15]:233–236

Transformation into Islamic political party Nahdlatul UlamaAbbreviationNULeaderKH. Hasyim Asy'ariFounded31 January 1926 (organization) 1952 (party)Dissolved5 January 1973Split fromMasyumiMerged intoUnited Development PartyHeadquartersDjakarta, IndonesiaNewspaperDuta MasjarakatYouth wingAnsor Youth MovementIdeologyIslamismNational affiliationIndonesian League of MuslimsPolitics of IndonesiaPolitical partiesElectionsSee also: Politics of Indonesia, Political aspects of Islam, Islamism, and Criticism of Islamism

Following the recognition of Indonesian independence, a new party called Masyumi was established with the NU pasak a component of it. The NU leadership at the time aras no political skills, and was awarded few influential cabinet positions, with the exception of chairman Wahid Hasyim, who was appointed religious affairs minister. The NU was unhappy with its lack of influence within Masyumi, especially after a decision at the 1949 party conference changed the party's religious council, on which the NU held several positions, into a powerless advisory body. Two years later, a dispute over the organization of the Haj pilgrimage led to Prime Minister Natsir's opposition to the reappointment of Hasyim gandar religious affairs minister in the next cabinet. In the ensuing cabinet crisis, the NU made a series of demands, including the retention of Hasyim, and threatened to leave Masyumi. On 5 April 1952, a few days after the announcement of a new cabinet without Hasyim, the NU decided in principle to leave Masyumi. Three months later it withdrew all its members from Masyumi councils, and on 30 August it established the Indonesian League of Muslims, comprising the NU, PSSI and a number of smaller organizations. It was chaired by Hasyim.[15]:233–236

During the liberal democracy sepuluh dasawarsa (1950–1957), NU members served in a number of cabinet posts. In the first Ali Sastroamidjojo Cabinet, the NU held three seats, with Zainul Arifin appointed second deputy prime minister. However, following the fall of this cabinet, some NU members were opposed to the NU joining the new cabinet, to be formed by Burhanuddin Harahap Cabinet, believing that if he was unable to form a cabinet, the NU would be invited to try. It was finally pressured into participating, and was awarded the interior and religious affairs portfolios in the cabinet, which was sworn in on 12 August 1955.[15]:418–419

On 29 September 1955, Indonesia held its first parliamentary elections. The NU came in third, with almost 7 million votes, 18.4% of the total, behind the Indonesian National Party and Masyumi. It was awarded 45 seats in the People's Representative Council, up from only eight before the election. The NU was the largest party in its East Java base, and 85.6% of its vote came from Java. There was a clear division between Masyumi, representing outer-island, urban voters and the NU, representing the rural Javanese constituency. Three months later, elections were held for the Constitutional Assembly, which was tasked with drawing up a permanent constitution. The results were very similar, with the NU winning 91 of the 114 seats.[13]:238–239[15]:434–436[16]:51

In the 1950s, the NU still wanted to see Indonesia become an Islamic state, and expressed its disapproval of a 1953 presidential speech in which Sukarno rejected this. Three years later, it also argued against Sukarno's "conception" that would eventually lead to the establishment of guided democracy, pivot this would mean PKI members sitting in the cabinet. On 2 March 1957, the Permesta rebellion broke out. Among its demands was the restoration of Mohammad Hatta to the vice-presidency. The NU supported these calls. Meanwhile, in the Constitutional Assembly, the NU joined Masyumi, the Indonesian Islamic Union Party (PSII), the Islamic Education Movement (Perti) and other parties to form the Islamic Block, which wanted Indonesian to become an Islamic state. The block made up 44.8% of total seats. However, with none of the blocks able to command a majority and push through the constitution it wanted, the assembly failed to agree and was dissolved by Sukarno in a decree on 5 July 1959 that also restored the original 1945 Constitution, which declared the state to be based on the Pancasila philosophy, not Islam.[15]:281–282, 544[17]

In 1960, President Sukarno banned Masyumi for alleged involvement in the Permesta rebellion. However, the fundamentalist and compradore leadership of NU saw the pro-poor Communist Party of Indonesia, which was close to Sukarno, pasak an obstacle to its ambitions, and competed with it to win support from the poor. Five years later, the coup attempt by the 30 September Movement took place. In 1965, the group took sides with the General Suharto-led army and was heavily involved in the mass killings of Indonesian communists. However, the NU later began to oppose Suharto's regime. In 1984, Abdurrahman Wahid, the grandson of NU founder Hasyim Asy'ari, inherited the leadership from his father, and was later elected President of Indonesia in 1999. He formally apologized for NU's involvement in the events of 1965. He also stated that "Nadhatul Ulama (NU) is like Shiite minus Imamah; similarly Shiite is NU plus Imamah." There have been many similarities between the two, such poros the position and role of kyai. The membara contrast between them is that in NU, the concept is visible in the form of accepted culture, while in Shia, it takes the form of theology.[18]

Following the deposing of Sukarno, the New Order regime under President Suharto held elections in 1971. Despite manipulation of the NU by the government, which caused it to lose much credibility, the NU managed to maintain its 18% share of the vote from the 1955 poll. However, in 1973, it was obliged to "fuse" into the new United Development Party (Indonesian: Partai Persatuan Pembangunan, PPP). The PPP came second, after the government sponsored Golkar organization in the elections of 1977 and 1982, but in 1984, the new NU chairman Abdurrahman Wahid (also known gandar Gus Dur), the son of Wahid Haschim, withdrew the NU from the PPP because of dissatisfaction with the NU's lack of influence. As a result, in the 1987 election, the PPP vote collapsed from 28% in 1982 to only 16%. From then on, it was expected that the NU would concentrate on religious and social activities.[13]:276[14]:32, 36–37[16]:201

Outside politics

In 1984, the New Order government announced that all organizations would have to accept state ideology Pancasila poros their lapik. Once again the NU was accommodating, with Gus Dur calling Pancasila a "noble compromise"[14]:172 for Muslims. Five years later. Gus Dur was reelected for a second five-year term pasak chairman, a position he held until being elected president in 1999.[16]:203

In 1990, the NU worked with Bank Summa to establish a system of rural banks. Suharto did not approve of the NU straying beyond purely religious activities, and the fact the bank was owned by a Christian ethnic-Chinese family led to controversy. The bank was eventually shut down two years later because of financial mismanagement. Gus Dur also incurred the disapproval of the regime by holding a mass rally at a Jakarta sengkang three months before the 1992 legislative elections, ostensibly to express support for Pancasila. This resulted in Gus Dur being invited to meet Lt. Col. Prabowo Subianto, Suharto's son-in-law at Jakarta Military Headquarters. At the meeting, Gus Dur was warned to avoid unacceptable political conduct, and told that if he insisted in involving himself in politics, rather than confining himself to religious matters, he should express support for a further presidential term for Suharto. In response, Gus Dur threatened to leave the NU. This resulted in the regime backing down, aksis it could not risk bringing Gus Dur down.[14]:188–193

Post-New Order era

During the fall of Suharto, Nahdlatul Ulama members and Islamic clerics were killed by rioters in Banyuwangi in East Java when a witchhunt against alleged sorcerers spiralled out of control.[19][20] Following the fall of Suharto and his replacement by Vice-president B. J. Habibie, in July 1998 Gus Dur announced the establishment of the National Awakening Party (Indonesian: Partai Kebangkitan Bangsa, PKB). On 10 November, Gus Dur met with other pro-reform figures Amien Rais, Megawati Sukarnoputri and Sultan Hamengkubuwono. The so-called Ciganjur Four, named after the location of Gus Dur's house, issued a declaration calling the Habibie administration "transitional" and calling for elections to be brought forward and for the Indonesian Military to end its political role[14]:387–297

In Indonesia's first free elections since 1955, held on 7 June 1999, the PKB won 13 percent of the vote. In the ensuing session of the People's Consultative Assembly, Gus Dur was elected President of Indonesia, defeating Megawati by 373 votes to 313.[14]:424, 461– However, he was deposed just two years later. The PKB subsequently split into two warring factions, one led by Gus Dur's daughter, Yenny Wahid. An attempt in 2008 by Gus Dur to involve President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono in resolving the dispute failed, and the PKB vote in the 2009 elections was half that of the previous vote in 2004. At its 2010 conference, held in Makassar, the NU decided not to discuss the split, and passed a resolution banning officials from holding political posts, seen pivot a commitment to avoiding future political involvement.[14]:501[21][22][23]

After the conference, concerns about the longer term role of the NU continued to attract comment in the national wahana. During 2011, for example, there was continuing discussion about the national role that the NU should play and about the close political links between the NU and the National Awakening Party (PKB). Comments by Gus Dur's daughter, Yenny Wahid, for example, reflected these concerns when she said that the NU was fragmenting and "sliding into irrelevance".[24]

Aims

See also: Freedom of religion in Indonesia and Human rights in Indonesia

The NU exists to spread Islamic teaching. As well sumbu preaching, it undertakes educational activities through its network of 6,830 Islamic boarding schools, or kos. It also owns 44 universities, and is involved in economic and agricultural studies, and social activities including family planning.[25] Its goal is "to spread messages about a tolerant Islam in their respective countries to curb radicalism, extremism and terrorism," which, it claims, "often spring from a misinterpretation of Islamic teachings." In December 2014, NU have launched a global campaign against extremism and jihadism. Building a prevention center in Indonesia to train Arabic-speaking students, alongside NU theologians, to combat jihadist rhetoric. And it has created a joint jadwal with the University of Vienna called VORTEX (Vienna Observatory for Applied Research on Radicalism and Extremism). The project is funded by the Ministry of Internal Security. It also created an American nonprofit organization called Bayt ar-Rahmah in Winston-Salem, North Carolina.[9][10] On the other hand, Nahdlatul Ulama had given a fatwa in favour of female genital mutilation (FGM).[26][27] In 2019, NU called for the abolishment of the term "kafir" to describe non-muslims.[28]

Leaders

The highest body in the NU is Syuriah (Supreme Council). Under this is Tanfidziyah (Executive Council). Mustasyar (Advisory Council) provides input to both. At the 2010 NU Conference, Sahal Mahfudz was elected chairman of the Executive Council, and thus serves as executive chief. At the same conference, Sahal Mahfudz was elected chair of the Supreme Council for the 2010-2015 period. Under the Executive Council, there are provincial level Regional Boards, pasak well gandar autonomous bodies, institutes and committees, with the structure extending down to Sub Branch Representative Council Boards in villages.[29]:15[25][30]

NU-sponsored Hualien Al-Falah Mosque in Taiwan.

See also

Liberalism and progressivism within Islam Islam Nusantara Barelvi a South Asian traditionalist movement formed in reaction to Wahabbism 1998 East Java ninja scare— a massive series of lynchings triggered by assassinations of Nahdlatul Ulama leaders

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Further reading

Nahdlatul Ulama in the UCSM Encyclopaedia

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Official website (in Indonesian) English portal Rabithah Ma'ahid Islamiyah Nahdltul Ulama, Asosiasi Pesantren Indonesia Pondok Pesantren Zainul Hasan Genggong Probolinggo Pondok Pesantren Sidogiri Pasuruan Pondok Pesantren Krapyak Yogyakarta Pondok Pesantren Al-Badar Parepare Sulsel Pondok Pesantren Langitan Jawa TimurvteChairman of Nahdlatul UlamaExecutive council Hasan Gipo (1926–1952) Idham Chalid (1952–1984) Abdurrahman Wahid (1984–1999) Hasyim Muzadi (1999–2010) Said Aqil Siradj (2010–)Advisory council Hasyim Asy'ari (1926–1947) Abdul Wahab Hasbullah (1947–1971) Bisri Syansuri (1972–1980) Ali Maksum (1980–1984) Ahmad Shiddiq (1984–1991) Ali Yafie (1991–1992) Ilyas Ruhiat (1992–1999) Sahal Mahfudz (1999–2014) Mustofa Bisri (2014–2015) Ma'ruf Amin (2015–2018) Miftachul Akhyar (2018–present) vteIslam in IndonesiaBranches Shia Islam Ahmadiyya Kejawèn Old divisions Abangan Priyayi SantriMajor figuresClassic sepuluh dekade Hamzah Fansuri Yusuf al-Makassari Malikussaleh Ismail al-Khalidi al-Minangkabawi Padri Tuanku Imam Bonjol Tuanku Rao Tuanku Tambusai Wali Sanga Sunan Ampel Sunan Bonang Sunan Drajat Sunan Giri Sunan Gunung Jati Maulana Malik Ibrahim Sunan Kalijaga Sunan Kudus Sunan Murya Abdurrauf Singkil Ali Mughayat Syah Tuanku Nan Tuo Burhanuddin Ulakan Usman bin YahyaNational Awakening era Abdullah Ahmad Abdul Karim Amrullah Hasyim Asy'ari Ahmad Dahlan Tahir bin Jalaluddin Muhammad Jamil Jambek Mas Mansoer Ahmad Khatib al-Minangkabawi Haji Misbach Mohammad Roem Rasuna Said Agus Salim TjokroaminotoPost-independence Mukti Ali Ulil Abshar Abdalla Abdul Malik Karim Amrullah Azyumardi Azra Abu Bakar Bashir Idham Chalid Djohan Effendi Abdullah Gymnastiar Wahid Hasyim Rhoma Irama Kartosoewirjo Nurcholish Madjid Zainuddin M.Z. 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Jalaluddin RakhmatOrganizationsCivil society Alkhairaat Campus Dakwah Institute Hidayatullah Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia Indonesian Association of Muslim Intellectuals Indonesia Institute of Islamic Dawah Indonesian Islamic Dawah Council Indonesian Mujahedeen Council Indonesian Ulema Council Al-Irshad Al-Islamiya Islamic Defenders Front Liberal Islam Network Majelis Rasulullah Muhammadiyah Aisyiyah Muslim Students' Association Nahdlatul Ulama GP Ansor JATMAN Nahdlatul Wathan PERSIS Sarekat Islam Sumatera Thawalib Wahdah IslamiyahPolitical parties Crescent Star Party Indonesian Islamic Union Party Indonesian Nahdlatul Community Party Masyumi Party National Awakening Party National Mandate Party National Sun Party Union of Indonesian Muslims Peace and Safe Islamic Party Prosperous Justice Party Ulema National Awakening Party United Development PartyMilitia Banser Darul Islam Jamaah Ansharut Tauhid Jamaah Islamiyah Laskar Jihad Mujahidin Indonesia TimurHistoryPre-independence Spread of Islam in Indonesia Ottoman expedition to Aceh Wali Sanga Islamic States in Indonesia Aceh Sultanate Demak Sultanate Gowa Sultanate Malacca Sultanate Mataram Sultanate Samudera Pasai Sultanate Ternate Sultanate Tidore Sultanate Yogyakarta Sultanate Padri WarPost-independence Jakarta Charter Petition of Fifty Tanjung Priok massacre Talangsari incident Insurgency in Aceh Maluku sectarian conflict Poso riots Fatwa on Religious Pluralism, Liberalism, and Secularism November 2016 / December 2016 / February 2017 Jakarta protestsCulture Adat Architecture Bedug Tajug Babad Tanah Jawi Costumes Kupiah Songkok Sarong Kauman Lebaran Mosques Istiqlal Mosque Musabaqah Tilawatil Quran Saman Sejarah Banten Sekaten Serak Gulo Slametan Tabligh Akbar Tabuik Tausiyah "Tombo Ati" Wetu Telu YaqowiyuEducation Al-Munir Iqro Jamiat Kheir Kitab kuning Kota santri Kyai LIPIA Pesantren Tafsir Al-MishbahPolitics Islam Nusantara Islam Yes, Islamic Party No Islamic criminal law in Aceh Jama’ah Tabligh Jemaah Tarbiyah Modernist TraditionalistBy region Aceh West Sumatra East Java Central Sulawesi Mosques in Indonesia History of Indonesia National Heroes of Indonesia vteUnited Development PartyOrganization Kaaba Youth Movement Kaaba Youth Forces Young Generation of Indonesian Development Indonesian Muslim BrotherhoodMuktamar 1st (1984) 2nd (1989) 3rd (1994) 4th (1998) 5th (2003) 6th (2007) 7th (2011) 8th (2014)Mukernas 1st (2000) 2nd (2017) 3rd (2018)Party leadershipChairman Mohammad Syafa'at Mintaredja (1973–1978) Jailani Naro (1978–1989) Ismail Hasan Metareum (1989–1998) Hamzah Haz (1998–2007) Suryadharma Ali (2007–2014) Muhammad Romahurmuziy (2016–2019) Suharso Monoarfa (2019–)General Secretary Yahya Ubeid (1973-1984) Mardinsyah (1984-1989) Matori Abdul Djalil (1989-1994) Tosari Widjaja (1994-1998) Alimarwan Hanan (1998-2003) Yunus Yosfiah (2003-2007) Irgan Chairul Mahfiz (2007-2011) Muhammad Romahurmuziy (2011-2015) Arsul Sani (2016-)Merger Nahdlatul Ulama PSII Perti ParmusiFractions Unity Party Ulema National Awakening Party Reform Star Party National Awakening Party National Mandate PartySee also History Party factions Timeline Conflict Wikimedia Commons has gawai related to Nahdlatul Ulama.Authority control GND: 601424-0 Retrieved from "https://en.wikipedia.org/w/index.php?title=Nahdlatul_Ulama&oldid=1021295617"

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