Shift in Understanding and Religious Attitudes of Muslim Students in Kendari (A Study on Halu Oleo University Students in Kendari)Journal: International Journal of Science and Research (IJSR) (Vol.7, No. 8)
Publication Date: 2018-08-05
Authors : Pendais Haq; Muhamad Abas;
Page : 1387-1396
Keywords : Shifts in Understanding; Religious Attitudes; and Muslim students;
This research was based on the results of qualitative descriptive research on 100 students and Focus Group Discussion (FGD) as well as in-depth interviews with 9 Muslim student organizations which in this study are divided into two groups, namely the first is group of Muslim student organizations (old) and the second is Muslim student organization (new). The results of this study showed that firstly, there had been a shift in cultural and moderate religious understandings represented by Islamic (old) student organization groups such as HMI, PMII, IMDI and IMM, shifting to the movements and understandings of Islamic neo-Puritanism and Islamic politics (khilafah) represented by Islamic student organizations (new) such as the Wahdah Islamiyah Students (MWI), Salafi students, and ex HTI through Gema Pembebasan (Echo of Liberation), LDK KLMD, and FOSIL, secondly, the religious attitudes of Muslim students in Kendari. The case studies at UHO can be characterized, namely apathy, moderate attitude, the fundamentalist attitude and Islamic extremism, and the attitude of Islamic political extremism.
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