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Name Abdurrahman Wahid
Profession Politician
Death date December 30, 2009
Birth Day September 7
Birth Year 1940
Zodiac Sign Virgo
Birth Country Indonesia

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Abdurrahman Wahid Bio

Abdurrahman Wahid is a famous Politician. Abdurrahman Wahid was born in September 7, 1940 in Indonesia. Fourth President of Indonesia. The term he held ran from 1999 until his deportation out of the office at 2001. The party he founded was his party, the National Awakening Party (PKB) amid a flurry of turmoil of Indonesia political life in latter part of 1990 before being elected President with a margin by 60 votes. The time he served as President was filled with controversy and opposition to certain decisions, like being open towards trade relations and trade with Israel as well as his reforms of the people in charge of the military, asking questions about their accounting practices and the frequent turnover of of his cabinet because of corruption or a refusal to reform the way in which government operates in Indonesia. Many see his presidency as a significant move toward democratic principles. In 2001, however after declaring the State of Emergency and making one last gesture to reform the bodies of the Congress of their administration and removing him from office by the opposition.

Full Name Abdurrahman Wahid
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His parents were from the upper-middle class in Indonesias within Indonesia’s East Java region. He was the eldest of six children that were born into his household. He was to marry Sinta Nuriyah and had four daughters. One is the director of his Wahid Institute that he founded to encourage academic excellence and Islamic studies. Abdurrahman Wahid age in 2023 is 82 years. Abdurrahman Wahid father name is under review and mother name is also under review. Abdurrahman Wahid's has not shared any information about siblings on social media platforms.

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His second daughter Zannuba Arifah Chaffsoh, also often referred to as Yenny Wahid, is an activist, journalist and politician who currently is the director of the dad’s Wahid Institute, living more than he’d dreamed of leading without the spotlight of these high-level political goals.

He would be awarded the Magsaysay Award, informally referred to as Asia’s Nobel Price, in 1993 in recognition of his efforts to improve peace and harmony between the different religious communities of Indonesia. He also was awarded honorary doctorates from numerous prestigious universities around the world.

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Born under the name Abdurrahman Ad-Dakhil, he was also known by the name of Gus Dur, an affectionate name used by the Javanese people. The political party he belonged to and established the PKB was pro-Islam, but believed in a more moderate approach when it came to religion and political life. He was awarded the opportunity to study with a scholarship abroad at Al Azhar University in Cairo, Egypt and later at the University of Baghdad in Iraq. He attempted to complete his master’s study within Europe and was happy with the quality of any program there which is why he returned to his home country. In college the majority of his time was spent in the field of journalism. After returning to his home and moving to Jakarta in the year 2000, he decided to begin the political journey.

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He was born on 2003, in Indonesia.


He is death December 30, 2009.


After Indonesian Declaration of Independence on 17 August 1945, Wahid moved back to Jombang and remained there during the fight for independence from the Netherlands during the Indonesian National Revolution.


At the end of the war in 1949, Wahid moved to Jakarta as his father had been appointed Minister of Religious Affairs.


He stayed in Jakarta with his family even after his father's removal as Minister of Religious Affairs in 1952.


In April 1953, Wahid's father died in a car crash.


In 1957, after graduating from Junior High School, he moved to Magelang to begin Muslim Education at Tegalrejo Pesantren (Muslim school).


In 1974, he found extra employment in Jombang as a Muslim Legal Studies teacher at Pesantren Tambakberas and soon developed a good reputation. A year later, Wahid added to his workload as a teacher of Kitab al-Hikam, a classical text of sufism.


In 1977, Wahid joined the Hasyim Asyari University as Dean of the Faculty of Islamic Beliefs and Practices. Again he excelled in his job and the university wanted to him to teach extra subjects such as pedagogy, sharia, and missiology.