This paper presents the reinvention of the role of education (tarbiyyah) in the social influence of organizations focusing on the sustainability of a specific religio-political organization. The objective of the paper is to describe how the position secured by education could transform the organization while maintaining its objective and vision. The study employed the qualitative approach that involves data from conducted interviews. An analysis on the role political leaders play in educating the organization in the context of ideological struggle is also analyzed. The process description also evaluates how education could intellectualize its followers and members which inspires them to submit to their leaders and the organization. This extensive cultivation of religio-political doctrine could offer a new interpretation on politics.
 The concept of intellectualization is based on a definition by B.M. Bass and P. Steidlmeir, 1999, Leadership Quarterly, 10(2),185. `Ethics, Character, and Authentic: Transformational Leadership Behavior’ mentioned the leader’s approach is either, dynamic and spiritual transcendence, or is closed propaganda and a `line’ to follow.
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