The Urge to Give Honor and Respect The Late Tengku Zulkarnain

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In view of what happened recently, The VP Ma’ruf Amin has asked Indonesian Muslims to gain from the great deeds of all around regarded Muslim minister Tengku Zulkarnain, who died on Monday while being treated for COVID-19. It’s to Allow them to proceed with their great deeds. While communicating his sympathies over the death of the candid ulema, Amin depicted him as a decent man and a devoted evangelist of Islam.

They highlighted that he was a decent man who was firm in serving the mission of ‘amar ma’ruf nahi munkar’ which means endorsing what is correct and denying what’s going on.

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It was brought into the world in Medan, North Sumatra, on August 14, 1963, Tengku Zulkarnain acquired his four year certification in English Literature from the University of Sumatera Utara. In addtion to this, He died on May 10, 2021 subsequent to getting hospitalized with COVID-19 at the Tabrani Hospital in Pekanbaru, the capital of Riau territory. In fact, Zulkarnain filled in as the appointee secretary general of the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI) from 2015 to 2020.

This year, Indonesia has lost a few noted ulemas and Muslim ministers in the midst of the continuous pandemic. On January 14, 2021, Indonesian Muslim people group across the archipelago were disheartened by the death of appealling ulema Syekh Ali Jaber. Along with this, Syekh Ali Jaber’s passing at Jakarta’s Yarsi Hospital at 8:30 a.m. on January 14, 2021 was formally reported by Syekh Ali Jaber Foundation executive Habib Abdurrahman Alhabsyi on the establishment’s Instagram account.

As per Alhabsyi, Syekh Ali Jaber had tried negative for COVID-19 preceding his demise. He had been hospitalized since December 29, 2020. Indonesia has been endeavoring to stem COVID-19 transmission since March a year ago. To contain the spread of the deadly infection, the public authority has carried out a cross country immunization program since January 13 this year.

The Health Ministry is looking to immunize 181.5 million individuals under the public program, which is required to require 15 months. The time period for leading the immunization has been set from January, 2021 to March, 2022.

During the period, the public authority is focusing to vaccinate about 181.5 million individuals, including 1.3 million paramedics and 17.4 million public area laborers in 34 territories.

Indeed, even in the midst of antibody rollouts, Indonesia has been reeling under the effect of the Covid pandemic that has disabled countries across the globe.

That’s why the country’s general wellbeing and economy have been managed a significant pass up the emergency, for certain areas, including travel and the travel industry, battered gravely by the pandemic.

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