Klinik Farma – Islamic boarding school Al-Zaytoun continues to attract attention after its leader, Panji Gumilang, was named as a suspect.
An Islamic boarding school has recently come under the spotlight after various religious rituals that were considered different from others. These Islamic boarding schools are often even suspected of being NII offerings that are banned in Indonesia.
A boarding school formerly opened by President B. J. Habibie, several politicians and public figures appear to have attended the controversial Islamic boarding school.
“What figure is known to the public to go there?” asked the host of the Kasisolusi podcast quoted on Friday (04/08/2023).
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“Yes Mr. Wiranto, I don’t know what to do because of the sound, maybe then Park Harto did it, after which Park Habibi made it official when he was still president,” said Al Zaytun alumnus Yudhika. .
Yudika himself studied at Al-Zaytoun in the early 2000s for six years.
“[Mereka] visit,” he added.
In addition to Wiranto, Al-Zaytun was reportedly visited by the former head of the BIN, Hendropriyono.
“That’s what it’s called when there are often famous people and even public figures, so there is freedom for students who want to come, come or not,” Yudhika said.
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“There are also many artists who like to invite, it depends on the students [datang] or not,” he added.
As you know, Panji Gumilang was officially declared a suspect on Tuesday (01/08/2023) after passing through a security screening at Bareskrim Polri, Jakarta. On Wednesday (02/08/2023), he was officially detained in the Barescream Polri detention facility.
Panji Gumilang is charged under section 156 A of religious blasphemy, as well as section 45a, paragraph (2) in conjunction with section 28, paragraph (2) of the ITE Act No. 19 of 2016 and/or section 14 of the Law No. 1 of 1946 on criminal law. Regulations.