International Seminar in Iranian Corner The Faculty of Ushuluddin

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International Seminar in Iranian Corner The Faculty of Ushuluddin
Library Hall UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung, December 18, 2019‎

By: Dodo Widarda, S.Ag., M.Hum

Assalaamu ‘alaikum Wr. Wb.‎

My Exellencies, Cultural Attache at the Embassy of the Islamic Republic of Iran, Mr. Mehrdad ‎Rakhshandeh Yazdi, Ph.DHonourable, Dean of the Faculty of Ushuluddin UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung, Mr. Dr. Wahyudin ‎Darmalaksana, M.Ag.‎Attendees, the committee and all invited guests,‎As well as the participants

Praise and gratitude we pray to the presence of Allah. With His permission, we are today, to be together ‎here, on Wednesday, December 19, 2019, at the end of the year, he always gives us a sense of happiness. Shalawat ‎and salam, may remain devoted to Habibana wa Nabiyyana, Muhammad Saw, to ahlul bait, to his friends, ulama’s, ‎aulia, and tabiit tabi'iin, and all of us as his people until the end of time.‎

It has been shared that this program takes the theme "Awakening of Women to Reduce the Gender ‎Inequality Index; Comparison Between Indonesia and Iran. ”The starting point for taking this theme is the central ‎role of women for the lives of the two nations to make fundamental changes to people's lives. Indonesia, like Iran, ‎is now in a massive transformation towards a better, noble, civilized order in the midst of the social relations of ‎nations. In the midst of the transformation process, women have a very extraordinary role to fill various sectors of ‎life, both domestic and public. Now, in both countries, opportunities are opened for women to fill any public ‎sector, to become members of parliament, scientists, artists, athletes, pilots, doctors, and others.‎
The Qur'an itself has a very visionary perspective on the position of this woman as  said:‎

ولا تتمنوا ما فضل الله به بعضكم على بعض للرجال نصيب مما اكتسبوا وللنساء نصيب مما اكتسبن واسألوا الله من فضله إن الله كان بكل شيء عليما

It means: “And do not wish for that by which Allah has made some of you exceed others. For men is a ‎share of what they have earned, and for women is a share of what they have earned. And ask Allah of his bounty. ‎Indeed Allah is ever, of all things, Knowing.” (Quran, an-Nisa [4]: 32)‎

The parts of what is sought — both for men and women — according to the provisions and instructions of ‎God so that someone has the right to get honor thanks to the power of struggle, perseverance and vision of life that ‎seeks to be realized through concrete work steps .‎

Comparing Indonesia and Iran with regard to the Human Development Index (HDI) and the Gender ‎Inequality Index (GII), based on data from UNDP, Iran is actually better than other Muslim countries such as ‎Pakistan and Bangladesh. As for HDI, Indonesia itself is in a medium position. The full description will later be ‎submitted by Ms. Dina Y. Sulaeman. By making the family in the domestic domain the most important role in the ‎development of religion, nation and state, with a theocracy system, Iran has succeeded in grounding the Islamic ‎world view which gives a very wide development space for the role of women in the public sector. This is my ‎speech, thank you.‎

Assalaamu ‘alaikum wr. wb.‎

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