THE HISTORY OF THE GROWTH AND DEVELOPMENT OF THE BIG ISLAMIC ORGANIZATIONS IN INDONESIA
A Study on Muhammadiyah, Nahdhatul Ulama and Al-Jam'iyatul washliyah
One of the goals of establishing a large Islamic organization in Indonesia by Muslim leaders as a joint effort to fight against colonialism. At the same time also trying to advance the Indonesian nation through education managed by the organization. All associations and organizations aim to promote Islam and get out of the invaders' shackles and clutches. This research uses an analytical descriptive method, which works by collecting from the source of existing reading materials, then create a written framework as desired in the method, then found information about the growth and development of large Islamic organizations in Indonesia, among others Muhammadiyah, Nahdhatul Ulama and Al-Jam'iyatul Washliyah.
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