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Author(s): Zamhari, Arif
The city of Jombang lies in the district of the same name, which had a population of 1,371,952 in 2014. The province of East Java, where the city of Jombang are located, is regarded as home to the biggest Indonesian Muslim organisation, Nahdlatul Ulama (NU, founded in 1926), and the centre of Islamic boarding schools ( pesantrens) in Indonesia. According to the federal Ministry of Religious Affairs, in 2000–1 two-thirds of the 8,445 pesantrens in Indonesia and almost ninety percent of the 2.648 pesantrens in East Java had an affiliation with the Nahdlatul Ulama. The largest an…
Date: 2021-07-19

Daḥlān, Iḥsān Jampes

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Author(s): Zamhari, Arif
Iḥsān b. Muḥammad Daḥlān (1901–52), also known as Kyai Iḥsān Jampes, was a prominent Javanese Muslim scholar ( kyai) and a prolific writer, recognised especially for his Arabic writings on Ṣūfism. He was born in Jampes, Kediri, East Java. His father was also a Muslim scholar and the founder of the Jampes pesantren (Islamic boarding school). Iḥsān Daḥlān grew up in the pesantren milieu and began his education under the tutelage of his father. He then went on to study with a number of prominent Muslim scholars in different pesantrens in Java, including his uncle, Kyai Khazin of Pesant…
Date: 2021-07-19