Mission Statement

The Yeshiva Institute Shall also be ready to work hand in hand any individual or organisations to combat christian missionaries who are making deceitful approach of evangelism taking the form of Arabic culture (Arabic Christianiy)  to lure Muslims or  masquerading as Jewish (Messianic Christianiy) to lure jews in Indonesia.

The Yeshiva Institute  is also committed to put into action the following :

  1. The Yeshiva Institute shall disseminate and champion the idea of shared foundation of Judaism and Islam among traditional Islamic schools (the Pesantrens), Islamic organisations, and campuses of Islamic university in Indonesia that: (1) Judaism and Islam are both unsullied monotheistic religion,  (2) Islamic law Sharia and Rabbinic law Halacha are essentially the same. Therefore since christianity believe in the doctrine trinity  and their outright rejection in  Sharia and Halacha and thus compromising genuine Abrahamic monotheism, therefore they should rather be presented as pseudo-Abrahamic faith.
  2. The Yeshiva Institute shall teach and  publicise Rabbinic and  Quranic teaching which share common ground and  disseminate Rabbinical books among Islamic scholars and academics in Indonesia.
  3. The Yeshiva Institute shall embrace modern social media technology in order to raise awareness among muslims in Indonesia that Judaism is nothing to do with the Political affair in the middle-east and therefore can not be associated with the Palestinian – Israeli conflict.
  4. The Yeshiva Institute shall  revive and educate the use of  Judeo-Arabic among  Indonesian muslims as an important Sephardic cultural heritage and treat it as part of larger Indonesian heritage. This is because of the fact of early migration Sephardic diaspora at the same time with the Yemenite Muslims in pre-collonial time to Indonesia.