BANDUNG-The author of "Kontroversi Dalil-Dalil Khilafah", Muhammad Sofi Mubarok said that radicalization in Indonesia is quite worrying. He considered the basis for the dissemination of khilafah ideologies is in educational institutions.
"The idea of ??radicalism in Indonesia is very worrying, the average ideology of khilafah born from the campus of education," he told reporters in Bandung, Wednesday (07/12/2017).
Doctoral Candidate of UIN Jakarta expressed the need for cooperation between various parties, both government and mass organizations who love the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia (NKRI) in blocking that understanding.
He considered the khilafah can be built with local wisdom so that the radicalization can be muted and even eradicated.
"It needs cooperation between all levels of society, including the government and mass organizations who love the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia." Actually the khilafah can also be built with existing local wisdom, "he explained.
As for political observer of Padjadjaran University (UNPAD), Muradi explained that Pancasila ideology understanding must be taught since early stage. Government and mass organizations must be more massive in disseminating the ideology of this country.
According to him, local government as the spearhead can be more concentrated and careful in directing children, especially in adolescence they need to be directed to positive thing. Consider that period is their time in looking identity.
"Of course the government should be able to map, so we can made 'counter' for various negative things with clear goals and targets," he said.
According to him there is the possibility of teen age is vulnerable affected by a negative understanding.
There are several theories that can quell radicalism that is counter radicalism where this step is applied to the younger generation when there is a different view of ideology.
"Well, if there diversity has begun to be affected by a negative understanding, we can give theory of counter radicalism," he said. (MAT)