Sekretariat ABIM Pusat
NOTIS I: MUKTAMAR SANAWI KALI KE-43 ABIM
12-14 SEPTEMBER 2014M /17 – 19 ZULKAEDAH 1435H
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Sukacita dimaklumkan bahawa Ahli Mesyuarat Jawatankuasa Kerja Pusat (AJKP) telah bersepakat dan bersetuju bahawa Muktamar Sanawi Kali Ke-43 ABIM akan diadakan mengikut ketetapan di bawah:-
- Tarikh : 12 - 14 September 2014M bersamaan 17 - 19 Zulkaedah 1435H (Jumaat – Ahad)
- Tempat : Kota Kinabalu, Sabah
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Angkatan Belia Islam Malaysia, or Malaysian Islamic Youth Movement (ABIM), was formed on 6 August 1971 by the Faculty of Islamic Studies, Universiti Kebangsaan Malaysia (National University of Malaysia). It held its first Muktamar (annual general meeting) in 1972. The movement was initially characterized by efforts to coordinate intensify Muslim youth activism, and its outreach focused primarily on educational activities. In the 1980s, ABIM began developing several vehicles for both missionary and economic outreach, including primary and secondary schools. Overseas activism became a feature of ABIM’s outreach in the 1990s as the organization involved itself in mission and humanitarian work in countries such as Bosnia-Herzegovina, Afghanistan, and Pakistan. Several former leaders of ABIM are now prominent politicians in Malaysia, including former Deputy Prime Minister and current Parti Keadilan Rakyat (PKR) leader Anwar Ibrahim, and Parti Islam Se-Malaysia’s (PAS) president Abdul Hadi Awang. As a youth organization that was established in the early 1970s at the height of the global Islamic resurgence, ABIM was very much a product of its time.
Against the backdrop of a staunchly secular government and an increasingly nationalist Islamist opposition political party (PAS), ABIM sought to fill a gap by providing an avenue for the expression of Islamic ideals among Malaysia’s Muslim majority community. ABIM managed to enhance its religious legitimacy and gain international recognition by maintaining excellent relations with Islamic countries of both Sunni and Shiʿite persuasion (see International Relations). Domestically, they became one of the more significant religious pressure groups, and their popularity among grassroots and tertiary education institutions meant that their members and leaders were also courted by the main Malay-Muslim political parties, United Malays National Organization (UMNO) and PAS. ABIM’s membership has grown steadily over the years. At its formation, it had a few hundred members.
25 Jun 2014 - ABIM melahirkan rasa syukur dapat diberi peluang oleh INTAC, ISTAC IIUM pimpinan Prof. Dr. Kamar Oiniah, untuk bertemua dengan 20 orang komuniti Islam Sweden yang kini berada di INTAC IIUM hingga awal Ramadhan. Mereka merupakan tenaga pengajar dari Kista Community College, Sweden yang mengambil peluang ke Malaysia untuk mengenali komuniti di sini sambil mengambil peluang berpuasa Ramadhan di Malaysia.