|Prof. Dr. Tobroni, M.Si (middle) and Vice-Rector, Prof. Dr. Syamsul Arifin (right), were le giving the material titled "When the World Above All", after the implementation of Fajr Prayer congregation in the AR Fachruddin UMM Mosque, Wednesday (28/12) ago. (Photo: Chandra)|
Muslims dizziness in faced various people and nationalities problems made them mistakenly understand the identity of Islam. It was announced by Chairman of the Program for Islamic Studies UMM, Prof. Dr. Tobroni Msi, in the Islamic Lecture at the morning prayer in congregation Chaplaincy Student Activity Unit (UKM-K) Jamaah AR Fachruddin UMM), Wednesday (28/12).
Many problems facing by Muslims, said Tobroni, caused they were always disregard the various dimensions of life. "There should be a positive correlation between the level of mastery of one's faith with the economic, political, cultural, social and other aspects of life," said Tobroni.
In addition, Tobroni also divided Muslims understanding into two groups categories. The first is called worldly asceticism, ideologies that consider the world as a land of life to achieve. The other group is called Tobroni as worldly mysticism, ie understanding which holds that life as a mirage world alone.
In fact, continued Tobroni, Islam teaches Muslims to balance between this world and the hereafter. Through praying shubuh congregation, Tobroni hoped those missunderstanding can be straightened, and also all Muslims potential can be united.
"Make a good achievement in your world, to dedicate your afterlife," said Tobroni before Subuh prayer in the AR Fachruddin mosque UMM.
While UMM Vice Chancellor I, Prof Dr Syamsul Arifin, was optimistic in his speech, students who participated in Subuh prayer congregation would emerge ulul albab leaders characterized, the designation according to Al-Qur’an as a particular human that was given the privilege by Allah SWT.
"Among its merits is that they were given wisdom, sapience, and knowledge," said Syamsul.
Moreover, this activity was also filled with raising funds for flood victims Bima, West Nusa Tenggara. (Can / han)