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Noun1.pesantren - a Muslim school in Indonesia operated by religious leaders; produces young militants skilled in jihad
religious school - a school run by a religious body
Dutch East Indies, Indonesia, Republic of Indonesia - a republic in southeastern Asia on an archipelago including more than 13,000 islands; achieved independence from the Netherlands in 1945; the principal oil producer in the Far East and Pacific regions
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Faiz Djafar Baradja, a 30-year-old teacher at Markaz Iqro pesantren, or Islamic boarding school, in Solo, Central Java province, is also among the guests.
The Poso jihad started after the Walisongo massacre in May 2000 in which Muslim students and teachers from the Walisongo pesantren (Islamic boarding school), as well as Muslim migrants from the adjacent village, were hacked to death by Christians.
Interestingly, this book also provides us with voices from Islamic boarding schools (pesantren).
(CCO of, Nur Islami Javad/Jeff (Sharing Vision and Pesantren Startup), Lik Gayantini Ari (Founder of Kahuripan Group), Dwi Renggo Sasetio (Business Analyst, BRIS), Cynthia Suci Ayu Yulisia (Business Analyst, BRIS), Dwi Larso (Vice Rector for Academics President University), and Sandy Darmowinoto (Vice Rector for Administration, Resources, and Finance President University), Friday (5/10).
NU's base is in villages and towns, where it operates a massive network of thousands of Islamic schools (pesantren) serving millions of students.
Well, last year the selection process was more loose, we accepted people from more diverse backgrounds; LGBT activists, students from pesantren (Islamic boarding schools), theological schools, and public universities, through two processes: written applications and interview.
This follows an earlier MOU signed on October 12, 2017 between PTSMS and PT Rijan Dinamis Selaras ("RDS") representing Pondok Pesantren Riyadhul Jannah Pacer Mojokerjo, founder of Consultative Assembly of Indonesian Boarding Schools which has a network of 28,000 boarding schools to undertake a Fintech project (the "Indonesian Project").
"The Pesantren Architects and Their Socio-Religious Teachings (1850-1950)." PhD diss., University of California, Los Angeles.
According to the OJK, the establishment of these new Islamic microfinance institutions was part of its financial inclusion programmes that involved community figures such as clerics who run Islamic boarding schools, or pesantren, as they are called locally.
In the Indonesian context, he may be a pesantren graduate or an Islamic university alumnus.