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(20.) See "International Summit of Moderate Islamic Leaders (ISOMIL) Nahdlatul Ulama Declaration," http://www.baytarrahmah.org/media/2016/Nahdlatul-Ulama-Declaration_05-10-16.pdf.
Indonesia's two largest Muslim organizations, Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah, also condemned the attacks.
The second chapter maps Muslim intellectualism in the post-New Order period, from profiling leaders (such as Nurcholish Madjid and Abdurrahman Wahid), to schools (such as Ciputat and Yogya), to camps of new ulama, organisations (Jaringan Islam Liberal, Nahdlatul Ulama's youth wing GP Ansor, and Muhammadiyah), and the individual antagonists and their organisations.
This is an extremely important distinction, as many lower-class Muslims who joined Nahdlatul Ulama in the 1960s may have had different material interests than the landed elite at the organization's higher levels.
Likewise, under the New Order, the movement of Nahdlatul Ulama is best described as "radical traditionalism" (Nakamura, 1996) rather than merely populist.
Claiming a membership of 50 million, the "militant moderates" from the Nahdlatul Ulama are dedicated to supporting Indonesia's national unity and multi-religious character while combating conservative Islamic organizations
How did the official ulama, those who work in the religious bureaucracy, or the religious elites from Indonesia's large principal Islamic organizations the Nahdlatul Ulama, the Muhammadiyah and the Ulama Council of Indonesia (Majelis Ulama Indonesia) respond to Aa Gym's rise and fall?
Nahdlatul Ulama, one of Indonesia's biggest moderate Muslim organisations, applauded the move.
(2) However, moderate Indonesian Muslim organizations, like Nahdlatul Ulama and Muhammadiyah, preach tolerance and provide a counter message to the narrowly construed teachings of Wahhabi and Salafi ideologies.
In Indonesia, the world's most populous Muslim nation, Zuhairi Misrawi, an Islamic scholar from Muslim organization Nahdlatul Ulama, said the call was 'a step backwards' for America.
Bank Muamalat Indonesia and Nahdlatul Ulama, an Islamic organisation in the nation, have signed a deal.
Nahdlatul Ulama, an Indonesian Muslim organization with over 50 million members, is one of those groups.