Tabligh Akbar

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Tabligh Akbar is a large-scale Qur'anic recitation event or mass religious meeting[1] held throughout the Indonesian archipelago. The event often accompanies khutbah (sermon), preaching, and dawah (proselytizing), the scale of Tabligh Akbar can vary, from the local level which fits within the local mosques, to the national level which rallies thousands of participants. Tabligh Akbar of the latter kind often disseminate their information widely throughout the social media and performed in a national level mosques or stadiums.[2]

References[edit]

  1. ^ Sholeh, Badrus. CONFLICT, JIHAD, AND RELIGIOUS IDENTITY IN MALUKU, EASTERN INDONESIA. Al-Jami‘ah, Vol. 46, No. 1, 2008. pp.75.
  2. ^ Panitia Tabligh Akbar: 5.000 Umat Islam Sudah Tiba di Garut. Kiblat. Retrieved November 28, 2017.