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Writing this article aims to determine the characteristics of Islamic religious education in madrasas (2013 Kuriulumm Research Policy perspective), the research method used is library research or often called literature study, which is a series of activities related to the method of collecting library data, reading and taking notes and processing. Research material. Whereas researchers are dealing directly with text (nash) or numerical data and not with direct knowledge from the field or eyewitnesses (eyewitness) in the form of events, people or other objects, libraries are ‘ready to use’ (ready made). The conclusion is that Islamic Religious Education is one of the mandatory curricula that must exist both in schools and madrasas. Madrasahs are schools characterized by Islam so that the madrasah curriculum has a greater burden than the existing curriculum in schools. This is because Madrasas teach all subjects in school plus religious subjects which are more numerous than the existing school hours. Each subject has almost the same characteristics at the level of Mandrasah Ibtidiyah, Madrasah Tsanawiyah and Madrasah Aliyah. What distinguishes is that each level has a deepening of the material in each subject, each level has a deeper focus and discussion.
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