Efforts to introduce Ahlussunnah wal Jamaah or Aswaja an-Nahdliyah must be carried out to all elements of society. Campus and pesantren are no exception.
Therefore, a number of activists in Sumenep, East Java held a joint meeting to ground Aswaja an-Nahdliyah in a number of universities. They include the Branch Leader (PC) of the Nahdlatul Ulama or Lakpesdam NU Human Resources Study and Development Institute, representatives of the Student Executive Board (BEM), and Chairperson of the Indonesian Islamic Student Movement Commissariat (PMII) in Sumene District. The meeting was held at the Office of the Management of the Nahdlatul Ulama Branch, Gedungan Sumenep Road, Monday (12/11).
The meeting was a step to ground Aswaja an-Nahdliyah's understanding at the campus level, especially in Sumenep. “One of the agendas is friendship and finalizing the movement towards tajajuhan six,” Ahmad said.
The Director of PC Lakpesdam NU Sumenep said the activities aimed at synergizing the joint movement for the common interest in grounding Aswaja an-Nnahdliyah.
“We hope , cooperation in everything. Like activities on campus with the concept and design of a joint event, “Ahmad explained.
The person in charge, Mohammad Kholid said that a very important discussion was held to provide Aswaja's understanding to students, especially on campus. “One of the agendas for this purpose is to hold a campus safari,” he said.
According to him, previous Aswaja lectures on various campuses had been conducted. “As has been done with STITA, STIT Alkarimiyah and STKIP,” he explained.
In addition to targeting the campus, lectures were also held at the pesantren. “In fact, recently Aswaja's collaboration worked with the Lubangsa Annuqayah Islamic Boarding School with the terms Aswaja pesantren,” he explained.
Mohammad Kholid safari to a number of campuses and Islamic boarding schools can continue. “We hope that in the future there will be other pesantren this movement together, “he concluded. ( Ibn Nawawi )
This Article was Published On: NU Online
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