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6th INTERNATIONAL CONFERENCE SERIES ON ISLAMIC AND CIVILIZATION (ICIC) Business Dynamic And Prospect Of Islamic Family Resilience

A. Introduction
The symptoms of intolerance carried out by some Muslims, especially in Indonesia, recently have shown that the influence of globalization has brought new ideas which have eroded the identity of Indonesian Islam, which is very accommodating and tolerant of local cultural wealth, upholds the values of diversity, and emancipation of women’s participation in everyday life.
The existence of Islamic educational institutions must always play a role in reconstructing the symptoms of intolerance that have emerged recently. Through efforts to strengthen the value of human character based on local wisdom, it is hoped that it can restore the image of Islam in Indonesia and Malaysia to its identity, which is known to be thick with local culture and upholds the value of diversity, which can be returned to its identity.
Higher education is an educational institution that has undergone many changes and has played various roles in Indonesia since its inception until now. Along with the current social change, several opinions have developed in the community regarding discordant issues. They seem to belittle the role of universities in learning religious education, including those expressed in the last few days according to the results of the SETARA Institute survey, May 2019, mentions that there are problems at the level of educators, especially religious educators, in providing an understanding of the meaning of tolerance or diversity. In other words, educators are not optimal in transmitting plural religious knowledge and cannot make civic education an effective means of strengthening tolerance. Referring to student tolerance as described above, the incubation episode of students who have become intolerant since high school will occur when they become students at the university (Institute, 2019).
The fear of radicalism in the world of education, including universities, is not an exaggeration. Many reports and research results have explained how severe symptoms of massive radicalization in higher education are, especially those targeting students. In 2018, the National Counterterrorism Agency (BNPT) detailed that seven state universities were exposed to radicalism. In the same year, the State Intelligence Agency (BIN) also stated that 39 per cent of students in 15 provinces were exposed to radicalism. The results of the Alvara Research Center survey (2017) also indicate the same thing that among students, there is a tendency for intolerant and radical understanding and attitudes, which is indicated by several question indicators, namely the percentage of students who do not support non-Muslim leaders is quite large, 29.5%; 23.5% of students agree with the Islamic State; and the percentage of students agree with the caliphate 17.8%. Several years earlier, in 2016, LIPI stated that the radical movement had targeted campuses in the context of radicalization to cadre recruitment by utilizing discussions and student organizations on campus. There are serious problems currently afflicting campuses in Indonesia, namely the inability to strengthen intolerance, the spread of radicalism, religious conservatism and the affirmation of violent extremism within their bodies. The research of several institutions, as previously discussed in part, explains this phenomenon clearly.
Thus, serious attention needs to be directed to the existence of universities as educational institutions that are ideally able to produce tolerant, peace-loving and responsible graduates according to Pancasila and the 1945 Constitution who can adapt to the values of local culture. Instead of being a locus and an institution that is a nursery for radical narratives from certain groups. For this reason, a more in-depth discussion of the counter-radicalism discourse in universities is needed, which reveals that universities can develop freely.
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There is no smoke if there is no fire, so to illustrate the issues from some of the data above, it becomes a signal about the need and importance of mapping religious discourses and movements in universities to provide awareness and initial understanding for academics to understand be more careful. Be careful of bad and widespread ideas during society in the present context and contrary to the legal and cultural norms in the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia.
This activity is packaged in the form of an international seminar, an integration activity from the implementation of the Tri Dharma of Higher Education. International seminar activities held in collaboration between STAI DR. KH. EZ. Muttaqien Purwakarta with several national and international universities, namely: UTHM Malaysia, UIN Sayyid Ali Rahmatullah Salatiga, UNIDA Gontor Ponorogo, UIN KH. Ahmad Siddiq Jember, IAIN Kudus, and IAI Riyadatul Mujahidin Ponorogo are expected to add insight and academic experience for lecturers, students, and the wider community.
STAI DR. KH. EZ. Muttaqien Purwakarta raised the topic of the concept of strengthening the human character of Indonesian and Malaysian Muslims in the academic world of universities as an effort to develop and strengthen national, Islamic, and peace-building values in the culture of society as well as develop various genuine efforts to prevent violence, radicalism. And extremism in academia.
B. Purpose and Objectives of the Activity
The aims and objectives of this activity have at least the main objectives, namely:
1. Strengthening the shallow discourse on the perspective and paradigm of diversity through the dissemination of massive opinions either through various media or other means;
2. Eliminate fundraising movements carried out by radical and intolerant groups in geopolitical dynamics at local, national and international scales;
3. Increase awareness of critical and scientific thinking to lecturers and students as intellectuals in developing various kinds of discourses, including being used as subjects to develop some ideas, both nationally oriented or counter-narrative;
4. Provide an understanding of “soft intervention” to counter ATHG in the nation and state through international seminar activities to build unity and ensure Indonesia and Malaysia remain peaceful.
C. Activity Outcomes
This activity is expected to produce output targets, including:
1. International proceedings with ISBN articles that have been prepared by presenters/presenters at international seminars;
2. IPR (Cipta) on articles made by seminar presenters/presenters;
3. Publication media for the implementation of international seminars.

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