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⁠Eid al-Fitr Momentum to Bring the Nation Together and Create Unity After the 2024 Election


By : Fabian Aditya Pratama )*

Eid al-Fitr 1445 Hijriah is the best momentum to further unite the nation and create unity after the 2024 General Election. Don’t let the residue of division just because of differences in views, opinions or political choices actually destroy peace in the holy month of Ramadan to the point of destroying it. Eid atmosphere.

In this blessed moment, all parties really hope that happiness will always be present and peace can be maintained in the hearts of every person. The togetherness that has been well established in society so far can be maintained and become stronger.

Therefore, now is the time to work together to maintain ties of brotherhood and solidarity, implementing the values ​​of love with full sincerity in every step of life.

After the 2024 General Election (Pemilu) which recently took place, it is time for all elements of the nation to unite again and not be fixated on differences, but continue to build a much stronger togetherness.

All hands in society must join hands with each other in inviting us to knit ties of friendship, further strengthen social relations and foster national unity and integrity.

With the spirit of Eid al-Fitr, it is hoped that it will be able to create a much more harmonious, peaceful and more prosperous life for the people of Indonesia. Now is the time for society to be able to continue the journey towards a better life together after the implementation of the democratic party.

Acting (Pj) Regent of North Bolaang Mongondow, Sirajudin Lasena, said that it was an obligation for all parties to make the momentum of celebrating Idul Fitri 1445 Hijrah a moment to further unite each other’s hearts and minds and further strengthen the bonds of brotherhood.

It is time for the whole community to come together again to build an inclusive environment that can coexist peacefully. Respect differences of opinion and appreciate the cultural diversity in each other’s surroundings.

Let’s work together to make social relations much more harmonious as the main foundation in building a just and prosperous society with the momentum of celebrating Eid al-Fitr 1445 Hijriah.

Meanwhile, the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) invites religious figures to play an active role and participate in cleaning up all residual divisions after the 2024 elections through various religious platforms and social media.

Now is the time for the Indonesian people to start concentrating on re-building the unity and integrity of the nation’s citizens after the political contestation which took place some time ago very well and smoothly.

Chairman of the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) for Da’wah and Ukhuwah, Cholil Nafis, deeply regrets that there are several negative narratives that continue to appear before and after the voting, even until now. Even though there has been an official announcement of the results of the vote recapitulation from the General Election Commission (KPU).

For this reason, it is the duty of various groups, including religious leaders, to be able to remove the remaining residue that triggers division and disintegration of the nation in the country.

Unity of the people and nation must be the main agenda after the 2024 elections are held. Then, if some political aspects are still ongoing, people should not worry too much about this so that it can be processed only by the people concerned.

The task of the entire community, including religious leaders, is to create peace and unity so that the continuity of this nation can continue to run well without any disturbance.

In politics, we should uphold the politics of civility, which in politics is not only used as a means to achieve power, but is able to include many good ideas to support the life of the nation and state, build the nation well, full of justice, uphold the law and the welfare of society. .

In the same vein, the Executive Body for Indonesian Students (Bemnus) for the East Java Region also continues to encourage strengthening political literacy and peaceful consolidation after the 2024 Election. The Regional Secretary of Bemnus for East Java, Daming Laisow, said that after the electoral political process called the Election, the Indonesian nation was faced with the potential for division and polarization.

Political conflicts continue to escalate, resulting in disruption of citizen harmony. Of course, this social pattern is very dangerous and threatens national integration, moreover it also seriously damages the sanctity of the month of Ramadan and the blessings of Eid al-Fitr 1445 Hijriah.

Continue to increase your vigilance to be able to filter yourself when faced with negative narratives after the election, whether in public spaces, especially in digital spaces.

Instead of continuing to struggle in the tense situation after the election, in the momentum of Eid al-Fitr, the community should be able to use this momentum to unite the nation and create unity after the 2024 election.

)* The author is a contributor to the Nawasena Institute

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