Optimalisasi Pendidikan Aswaja pada Generasi Milenial sebagai Upaya Deradikalisasi

Authors

  • Suudin Aziz

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.36840/ulya.v4i1.204

Keywords:

Toleran, Religion, Peace

Abstract

Radicalism is a increasingly prevalent phenomenon in Indonesia for recent years. Radicalism increasingly developed when orde baru (soeharto's regime) ended. The reform era is expanding space for people to express their feeling, including expressions of diversity. Including indicators of the emergence of radicalism in Indonesia is the birth of religious organizations that often use violent methods in carrying out its mission. Various radical Islamic organizations have various characteristics, variants and also orientations. However, there are similarities between radical Islamic organizations, namely the use of violence that came to be known as terror. Unfortunately almost of groups are dominated by millennial generation. This problem is a concern for the wider community surely.Various efforts to respond radicalism also appears contra ideology between them too. Aswaja education proved be able to prohibit  radicalism viruses.

This article will present data from interviews, observations, and literature reviews related to the topic. The arguments which built in this paper are reconstruction and actualisation  values which contained in Aswaja can be strongly internalized in person's life, especially millenial generation. The proper aswaja socialization and internalization is trough education. In schools, colleges, and study forums which apply aswaja content; students, college students, and the study  participants will have opportunity to have moderate religion understanding and will be far away from radicalism diseases.

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Published

2019-04-15

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Aziz, S. (2019). Optimalisasi Pendidikan Aswaja pada Generasi Milenial sebagai Upaya Deradikalisasi . Al Ulya : Jurnal Pendidikan Islam, 4(1), 1-15. https://doi.org/10.36840/ulya.v4i1.204

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