A priest named Aa Gym and his organization—Daarut Tauhid—were famous in 2000’s by leaving the gates of his “pesantren” complex wide open. Friendship, brotherhood, and interfaith toleration were the things that he offered. Spreading the solidarity, their complex was even opened with welcoming priests of Christian, Catholic, Hindu, Buddha, or Shaolins from China. That was definitely something new in “pesantren way”. In an area called Gegerkalong (Bandung), Daarut Tauhid had contributed a lot also in economic terms—via several businesses they developed.