On Friday morning, October 20, 2017, ahead of the official opening of the conference, 47 Indonesian delegations from various institutions and organizations gathered at the Marmaris Room, Kaya Hotel Istanbul. At the meeting moderated by Mr. Muhammad Damiri, M. Pd -leader of Pesona al-Quds Bandung- was held silaturahim (friendship) and introductions between fellow and briefing participants. Dr. Saiful Bahri, M.A, Chairman of Aspac for Palestine delivered a briefing material entitled Design Your Future: Al-Aqsa, Zionism, and Liberation Knots. In his presentation, he opened the interconnection cycle of civilization and political civilization as well as power, as well as the role of the subjects of civilization. Ibn Kholdun created the theory of the cycle of civilization: (1) The days and the difficult conditions bringing figures and heroes, (2) Figures and heroes bring change and prosperity, (3) Prosperity brings out spoiled people and lazy people, (4) spoiled people and lazy people make days difficult.
Ibn Hajar al-Asqalaniy wrote a total of 9,478 biographies of the companions of Prophet Muhammad PBUH. Or about 8.3% of the total companions of the Prophet PBUH which according to Abu Zur’ah ar-Raziy numbered about 114,000 people.
Learning from that, the need to provide community knots and figures that give a good understanding of the Masjid al-Aqsa and Palestine. If there are enough counselors, preachers, teachers, youths, academics, businessmen, professionals, and other community knots, the ummah will rise up and wriggle combing, and rolling into tyranny and injustice.
At the end of the Indonesian delegation’s briefing, the new Secretary General of the Alliance. Akrom al-Adluniy is pleased to join and give a speech and interactive dialogue with the participants from Indonesia.
The briefing and introductions ended with the preface and inspiration story of a replica engraver of Salahuddin pulpit in Masjid al-Aqsa, Abdul Muttalib. Ustadz Heri Efendi, Lc-humanitarian activist of the National Committee for the Palestinian People (KNRP) – closes the debriefing event to further direct the participants to the main hall of the Auditorium. Join the participants from various countries.