In general, Indonesian History’s lessons taught by its scholars is how our prestigious nation can be “freed” from colonization bondages. The lessons captured how impassioned…View More Santri, Achievements, and Religiosity
Commemorating Pancasila Day, Jejaring Dunia Santri (JDS) will hold a series of Pancasila Webinar in several cities in Indonesia. The first webinar with the theme…View More Let’s Join Dunia Santri’s “Pancasila Webinar”
In the midst of the pandemic situation that does not yet appear to be ended like this, social life is increasingly restricted. Space is getting…View More Earning Rewards by Writing a Story
The atmosphere of the campus where my son is attending college is hectic. So many graduates flock to the sidewalks. Some other rides their motorbike…View More Even The Shoes Deride Me
Known as Pondok Gading, Miftahul Huda Islamic Boarding School (Pesantren Miftahul Huda) in Malang, East Java, is considered as one of the oldest Islamic boarding…View More Pondok Gading, One of the Oldest Islamic Boarding Schools
In the most beautiful twilight of our happiest month, between the echoes of the greatness of our Lord, sitting together in our poor chairs. I…View More The End of Ramadan
Firstly, Let me say that actually “New Normal” is merely back to Normal. It means that Our Yesterday’s life was just abnormal. Secondly, I would…View More The End of Hyperreality
Regarding the issue of Indonesian Communism, the prominent historian, Ong Hok Ham, once made an interesting parody. He said Indonesia is always missed 50 years from…View More Communism, Who’s Afraid?