Youth Expected to be Adhesive to Ummah

Jakarta, 9 Rabi’ul Awwal 1438/9 December 2016 (MINA) –  Young Muslims have a big role in connecting people to fill the gap in communication which is arising due to communication barriers among them ..

“So far, our weakness may lie in communication among the people due to these barriers. Hopefully they can eliminate it, “Chairman of the Islamic Boarding School Foundation (YPI) Al-Azhar, Suhadi Kom, told  Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA) on the sidelines of the 5th Indonesia International Leadership Camp (IILC ) at the Al-Azhar complex, Jakarta, Wednesday.

According to him, this is one of the tasks of people today, especially the Al Azhar, to become the glue of the people. “This is what we expect from this kind of training,” he added.


Starting from 7 to December 20, 2016, ILC this year is held in two provinces in Indonesia, namely Jakarta and West Java.

For 14 days, the participants will be equipped with Islamic in-depth knowledge and organization, started by performing Tahajud prayer or night prayer…

The activity is expected to be a means of education and intense relationship of the participating trainees..

The training is organized by Al-Azhar Youth Leader Institute (AYLI) under the auspices of the Islamic Boarding School Foundation (YPI) Al-Azhar.

In the opening ceremony was also held the inauguration of  four AYLI branches in Australia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, and the Philippines.  (L/ 007/R07)

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Mi’raj Islamic News Agency (MINA)