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They were the Islamic leaders at the time of arrival of Islam in Java. The Nine Walis were revered as Islamic scholars, because not only did they possess great knowledge on religious affaires, they also possessed spiritual powers. Also, a Wali is a person beloved by God, someone to whom authority is given by God; a religious person, and a leader among people. There are many stories in which the Walis play an important role, often with a rather mystical message. For example, the construction of the Great Mosque of Demak which was completed by Sunan Kalijaga in a single night. Though there is no doubt about the truth of their existence, for in fact there is many historical evidence that proves that the Nine Walis — the pioneers of Islam — really have lived in the 15th century in Java. Their actual graves in West, Central and East Java are still there today. Also, the mosques they built during their lives testify the truth of their existence. The ruling authorities, nonetheless, considered the Walis to be their Elders as well as advisors in religious and spiritual affaires. And in this field they had absolute power.

He was responsible for the spread of the Islamic doctrine in East Java, primarily in the area of Tuban and surrounding region. In that time, the place Giri was regarded as the centre for Islamic studies. People from all backgrounds came to Giri in order to receive instructions in Islamic doctrine by Sunan Giri.

He also used the singing and recitation of Islamic hymns as an effective means for the spread of Islam. He received his religious training directly from his father. After about two years, he already had many followers. He also built a mosque in Sunan Drajat was well-known for his engagement in social activities and charity projects.

He had the reputation of the Wali with a great mind. Sunan Kalijaga was the most well-known Wali of the time. This combination seems to be taken for granted and nobody disputes the combination.

It seems that Gus Dur has qualiied those two things without any doubt from people in Tebuireng.

Interestingly, although many people believed that Gus Dur is a Wali, there was still no agreement that he is the tenth saint of Java. Pak Bandi, a Tebuireng local people, expresses his view that the tenth saint is no more than a number. His view is simple and straightforward.

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It is simply the tenth destination in a pilgrimage itinerary. He told me that the Wali Songo will always be nine forever. If one saint passed away, another saint will replace him. Another opinion seems to be more equivocal. Gus Sholah himself divides the recognition of sainthood into two views, the religious and the social view. Gus Dur will be a Wali, and even the tenth saint, if the people socially assume it. Kiai Amin, on the other hand, seems to give up on this question and leaves it to God to decide.

Conclusion The social construction of sainthood lies in a broad-based understanding of Suism and mysticism in Java. It appears in the way people recognize an individual as a saint in real life.

The Wali Songo, as the most famous saints in Java have been recognized on the basis of two main factors: fulilling the role of Islamic propagators and the exercise of magical power called karomah, an extraordinary and unusual ability to do something. In the course of time, this understanding has apparently evolved and lourished, turning into new perceptions and understandings.

Many people seem not to take this issue seriously.

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There are different opinions and reasons over whether Gus Dur should be accepted as the Tenth Saint in Java, though in Tebuireng, there appears to be an attempt to recognize this status. These disagreements emerge over two issues. The irst is about the problem of time. Secondly, some pilgrims think that a comparison between Gus Dur and the Nine Saints of Java is dificult to make, because Gus Dur and the Nine Saints have had such widely different roles and actions in their respective times and lives.

Therefore, the issue of Gus Dur as the tenth saint in Java is still evolving, uninished, and has not been thoroughly agreed by the people and pilgrims in Tebuireng. References: Barton, Greg. Abdurrahman wahid, the authorized biography. Singapore: Equinox publishing Beatty, Andrew.

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