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Press Release Bogor Regency Information and Communication Commission MUI Bogor Regency

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Webinars with Themes have been held;
“Beware of Radicalism Amid the Covid-19 Pandemic”
On Saturday ; 09 October 2021, 09.00-12.00 WIB
Located at Wisma Dharmais, Bogor Regency
Participant :

Education of XV Ulama Cadre (Delegates of 40 Sub-District MUIs and SKPDs throughout Bogor Regency)

Management of Regency MUI, Subdistrict MUI and Village MUI throughout Bogor Regency

Community Organizations under the auspices of MUI Bogor Regency

Leaders of Islamic Boarding Schools throughout Bogor Regency
Youtube Stream: BEWARE OF RADICALISM IN THE MIDDLE OF THE COVID 19 PANDEMIC #MUIKABUPATENBOGOR#BNPT#KEPALABNPT#MUIPUSAT
With Keynote Speeches:
Dr. KH. Ahmad Mukri Aji, MA.MH
Chairman of the MUI Bogor Regency
Narrative ;

This activity is held so that people get tausiah and enlightenment. We hope that the ummah will not be trapped in divisions and feel that they are the truest and greatest, the ummah must care for each other, the ummah should not become a wrong jihad, a destructive jihad, a good jihad is one that cares for and protects the nation and this has been exemplified by the king. Prophet Muhammad SAW who unites, besides that he carries out Ukhuwah Islamiyah the unity of the Muhajirin and Ansar and also respects the dynamics of living together even though they have different beliefs (non-Muslims). For the Bogor Regency itself has a population of 6,800,000 million people, 98.3% of Muslims, we must also love and respect each other with high tolerance despite being the majority people.

Grand Opening Speech ;
Commissioner General of Police. DR. H. Boy Rafli Amar, SH.MH.
Head of BNPT RI
Efforts to prevent and combat violent extremism leading to terrorism continue to be carried out by the National Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT) which has been mandated by the state through Presidential Regulation (Perpres) Number 7 of 2021 concerning the National Action Plan for the Prevention and Control of Violent Extremism that Leads to Terrorism ( RAN PE), which was ratified by President Joko Widodo, on January 6, 2021.
Of course, collaborative and inclusive work is needed from all parties, extremism, radicalism and terrorism are not related to certain teachings and religions. There are only certain parties who only impose their will by doing various ways and even by justifying all means. That is a way that violates any law and religion. For vigilance is a necessity for all of us. By practicing religious moderation, we must continue to seek comfort and coolness for all parties. Young people should increase digital literacy to avoid invitations and acts of terror from the social media space whose reach is unlimited. The Kyai are expected to do da’wah with bil wisdom (gentle and good example).

Moderators ;
Chairman of the Informatics and Communications Commission of the MUI Bogor Regency
Ahmad Madroji, SHI
In March 2021, citing Internetworldstats, internet users in the country reached 212.35 million with an estimated total population of 276.3 million. This means that almost 70% of the Indonesian population are active users. And 62% of them are youth. In fact, young people with an age range of 17-24 years are the main targets of radical, extremist and intolerant networks. We know that teenagers at that age are thirsty for identity plus the condition of digital literacy that is not yet massive. There is one expert who calls it an Infodemic, namely the flood of misinformation, misinformation and misleading. At one point, radicalism, extremism and intolerance that lead to acts of terrorism are not related to any religion or ideology, there is only the use of labeling for the benefit of these bad people by justifying all means, power and efforts.

Moderators ;
Chairman of the Informatics and Communications Commission of the MUI Bogor Regency
Ahmad Madroji, SHI
In March 2021, citing Internetworldstats, internet users in the country reached 212.35 million with an estimated total population of 276.3 million. This means that almost 70% of the Indonesian population are active users. And 62% of them are youth. In fact, young people with an age range of 17-24 years are the main targets of radical, extremist and intolerant networks. We know that teenagers at that age are thirsty for identity plus the condition of digital literacy that is not yet massive. There is one expert who calls it an Infodemic, namely the flood of misinformation, misinformation and misleading. At one point, radicalism, extremism and intolerance that lead to acts of terrorism are not related to any religion or ideology, there is only the use of labeling for the benefit of these bad people by justifying all means, power and efforts.

Source person
Chairman of the Central MUI for Informatics and Communications
KH. Drs. Mabroer, MS

MUI has issued Fatwa related to terrorism No. 3 of 2004, it is the duty of all of us to prevent and dismiss the notions associated with radicalism, extremism and intolerance. Wasatiyah Islam and religious moderation must be put forward, deradicalization must involve all parties, ideological mitigation can be done through the education sector, for example to Islamic boarding schools, it is very different if done through a security approach. The majority group must be able to protect the minority and vice versa the minority should not be afraid of the majority.

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