Islam, Humanity, and Indonesian Identity
Introduces the cultural and religious struggle that has been going on in Nusantara and Indonesia for centuries, the influence of colonialism, Islam, and the national movement, and the birth of Indonesia as a nation. Focuses on Islam’s views of democracy, tolerance, and religious and cultural diversity. Discusses the quality of education in Indonesia and achievements of Muhammadivah and the UN in education and enlightenment. Mentions Islam as an open religion on the issues of sincerity and symbolism and on the global map.
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