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Local Political Conflict and Pela Gandong Amidst the Religious Conflicts HOEDODO, TONNY SB; SURJO, JOKO; QODIR, ZULY
Jurnal Studi Pemerintahan Vol 4, No 2 (2013): August 2013
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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Pela Gandong which is believed by Ambonese forits propitiational value is in fact failed to preventhorizontal conflict that victimized a big number oflife and financial damages. However, Wayame villageis found to survive from those conflicts, and thecommunity of this village, comprising of Islam andChristian religious group, succeeds to maintain harmoniousrelation. The research aims at, first, describingthe perception of Wayamae village communityto Pela Gandong in the post-conflict period;second, analyzing the cultural competence of pelaGandong in conflict resolution in the era of technology.This research employed qualitative method,involving in-field data gathering based on officialreport, digging out information from the resourcepersons who were directly witnessing the conflict whenit occured and other references obtained throughForum Group Discussion (FGD). An analysis wasperformed to seek answer concerning on how thecommunity of Wayame village viewed Pela Gandongin post-conflict period, how it is – as a local wisdom– maintained in the middle of changing and howPela Gandong was revitalized. Research showed thatPela Gandong was maintained by involving all elementssuch as customary community and the government.Pela Gandong grew as the icon ofAmbonese society in settling conflicts by raisingawareness that they are Eastern people, collectivisticin nature, and place kinship into priority.KEYWORDS : Pela Gandong, Wayane village, Localwisdom, post-conflict.
PERJUANGAN MEMERDEKAKAN KAUM TERTINDAS: BELAJAR DARI MARTIN LUTHER KING, JR DAN MALCOLM X Qodir, Zuly
Jurnal Kawistara Vol 1, No 2 (2011)
Publisher : Sekolah Pascasarjana UGM

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Amerika, negara adi daya yang mengklaimpaling demokratis ternyata memilikibeberapa keburukan substansial. Bukan sajasecara konseptual, tetapi dalam praktik politik,Amerika ternyata menyimpan persoalansangat serius. Sayangnya jarang dikemukakanpada publik oleh pemerintahan Amerikamaupun para pengamat dan sekaliguspemuka Negeri Paman Sam tersebut. KebobrokanAmerika tertutup dengan kampanyeyang sangat besar dan sistematik tentangkehebatan Amerika membantu negara lainatau memprovokasi negara lain untuk berbuatyang Amerika kehendaki.
Public sphere contestation: configuration of political Islam in contemporary Indonesia Qodir, Zuly
Indonesian Journal of Islam and Muslim Societies Vol 1, No 1 (2011): Indonesian Journal of Islam and Muslim Societies
Publisher : State Institute of Islamic Studies (STAIN) Salatiga

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Argument in this paper draws upon Habermasian understanding of the distinctionbetween private and public sphere. Public sphere is understood as openspace that various social and cultural forces seek to define and occupy by ways ofrational interests and public reason. Such attempts take place on daily basis andtaken by groups of different backgrounds and interests. Private sphere, in contrast,is conceived of as having domestic or individual characteristics and, moreor less, non-political. It is within this framework that the continuing presence ofmultiple variants of political Islam in Indonesia has been a manifestation of contestationover public sphere. Diverse variants of Indonesian political Islam revealthe difference between actors and issues in the dynamics of their contention.However, evidence makes clear that variants of both political and popular Islamhave been more dominant than other Islamic variants such progressive and neotraditionalistIslam. This study argues that mode of Islamic articulations in Indonesiais now more diverse as the it has developed not only in the articulatoryforms of modernist, revivalist and traditionalist but also progressive, neo-traditionalistand popular Islam.Tulisan ini didasarkan pada kerangka ruang publik Jurgen Hubermas yangmembedakan ruang privat dan ruang politik (publik). Ruang publik merupakanruang yang terbuka untuk diperebutkan oleh siapa pun dan kapan pun. Sementararuang privat merupakan ruang yang bersifat domestic (individual) tidak berdimensipolitik secara dominan. Dalam persepktif semacam itu, hadirnya varian-varianIslam Indonesia merupakan bentuk kontestasi atas ruang publik yang terbukauntuk siapapun. Dari varian-varian Islam Indonesia, ada perbedaan aktor danisu yang dikembangkan dalam kontestasi publik. Hanya saja kontestasi varianIslam politik dan popular mendapatkan ruang lebih dominan ketimbang varianIslam lain seperti progresif atau neo-tradisionalisme. Kajian ini menunjukkanbahwa Islam Indonesia tengah mengalami perkembangan format artikulasi yangsangat beragam. Islam Indonesia tidak hanya berkembang dalam formatmodernis, revivalis, tradisionalisme, tetapi sekaligus progresif, neo-tradisionalisdan popular Islam. 
Gerakan Salafi Radikal dalam Konteks Islam Indonesia: Tinjauan Sejarah Qodir, Zuly
ISLAMICA: Jurnal Studi Keislaman Vol 3, No 1 (2008): Islamica
Publisher : Program Pascasarjana UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya

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This paper is aimed at describing the advent and development of the radical Salafi movement in Indonesia. Historically speaking, such movement was originated in the Middle East especially in Saudi Arabia, Jordan and Syria. In these countries movements like Hizbut Tahrir and Wahhabiya –to mention but few- were found and well-established. Movements such as these were actually banned subsequently in their countries of origin mainly for propagating the idea of Khilafah and for trying to topple the legitimate government. In Indonesia interestingly, the Salafi radical movements survived and even flourished amid the heavy criticism from their antagonists. Leading campuses in the country such as Bogor Institute for Agriculture (Institut Teknologi Bogor/IPB) became their safe-heavens, as it were. Leaders and followers of Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia (HTI) as well as Islamic Justice Welfare Party (PKS) were graduates of this campus. Hence, it was on this campus that the seed of these Salafi movements was planted. The HTI and PKS must be considered the most important Salafi movements in modern Indonesia. They have played their important role in forming the history of this country. Views have been expressed concerning their nature and agendas. Some maintain that these movements are radical and fundamentalists and bear the political agenda to transform Indonesia into becoming the “Islamic State”. Others are of belief that these movements are moderate and progressive, or else revivalist and neo-fundamentalists. It is on this heated debate that this paper is interested in. It will explore the nature and agendas of these two Salafi movements by referring –first- to the views expressed by the experts, and –second- the views of the leadership of the Nahdhatul ‘Ulama (NU) and Muhammadiyah, two largest Muslim organization in Indonesia.
A progressive Islamic movement and its response to the issues of the ummah Zuly Qodir; Hasse Jubba; Mega Hidayati; Irwan Abdullah; Ahmad Sunawari Long
Indonesian Journal of Islam and Muslim Societies Vol 10, No 2 (2020): Indonesian Journal of Islam and Muslim Societies
Publisher : IAIN Salatiga

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This article discusses the progressive Islamic movement developed by Muhammadiyah, a modernist Islamic organization established by Ahmad Dahlan on November 18, 1918. History has shown that Muhammadiyah, as a modernist Islamic organization, has instigated various social transformations that continue to affect Indonesian society by creating schools, hospitals, and orphanages that were inspired by modern, Westernized systems and modernist interpretations of the Qur'an. Even today, Muhammadiyah remains active in national activities and discourse, continuously responding to the ever-changing times. This article departs from the argument that the progressive movement developed by Muhammadiyah was translated from Ahmad Dahlan's desire to advance the ummah and to create a just and prosperous world, one that has been blessed by God. As such, it argues that Muhammadiyah's response to the problems of its ummah has been informed by the history of the movement and its founders.
KASURAN DALAM BERAGAM SUDUT PANDANG MERUNUT JEJAK-JEJAK CERITA TIDUR TANPA KASUR DI DUSUN KASURAN Qudsy, Saifuddin Zuhri; Abdullah, Irwan; Qodir, Zuly
Jurnal Kawistara Vol 5, No 2 (2015)
Publisher : Sekolah Pascasarjana UGM

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In this article the authors examine various perspectives or viewpoints that exist in the hamlet of Kasuran on myths about sleeping without a mattress. It is important and often overlooked in a variety of reports in the media. By using Bourdieu perspective, the authors reveal that how the various viewpoints ’fight’ each other to gain social recognition that this myth persist until today. Because of fighting each others in a field named Kasuran the myth is producted and reproducted since hundreds years ago.
MEMPERTIMBANGKAN METODE INTEGRALISTIK: Sosiologi untuk Kajian Islam dan Sosial Qodir, Zuly
Jurnal Sosiologi Reflektif Vol 10, No 2 (2016)
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Kalijaga Yogyakarta

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Social methods within sociology are varied based on the fact that society itself is not a single phenomenon. Social changes show various types of society based on how elements of society are constructed.. Positivisism, hermeneutics or verstehen and critics are among the popular methods within sosial theory. In the early period of sociology, positivisme became a dominant method used to explain social phenomena because there were strong assumption among the founder of sociology that this new discipline should be similar to natural sciences, which tried to reveal general law of social phenomena. The second period was marked by the massive use of hermeneutics within social theory. This leads to assumption that social phenomena are always developed in accordance to the needs of society. The next period of the development of sociology is dominated by the use of critics or postmodernism theory. This approach is mainly based on some essential critics on positivism. These different methodologies shows that social phenomenon is interpretable in many ways.
Membangun Pendidikan Inklusif-Pluralis: Pengalaman Islam Qodir, Zuly
Jurnal Orientasi Baru VOLUME 17, NOMOR 01, APRIL 2008
Publisher : Jurnal Orientasi Baru

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There are different theoretical paradigms within the world of education. Each has its own ideology. In its turn, an ideology determines goal of education and its way of proceedings, curriculum and its educational methodology, quality of the graduates and its alumni. Within a context of sosial and cultural pluratity of the Indonesian society, an inclusive and pluralistic paradigm is recommended. Indeed, such paradigm is in line with the teaching of Islam.
KUNTOWIJOYO DAN KEBUDAYAAN PROFETIK Qodir, Zuly
Profetika Vol. 16, No. 1, Juni 2015
Publisher : Muhammadiyah University Press

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Kuntowijoyo as a historian, Muslim scholar, and author, is undeniable about his abilities. The most phenomenal from Kuntowijoyos literary work, as a cultural work is his idea on prophetic literature. Prophetic literature is Kuntowijoyos original work based on three edicts, they are: structural transendental epistemology, humanization and interrelation among awareness ended in liberation. His formulation on the three edicts of prophetic literature that made Kuntowijoyo to be an author, not only an author who created literary and cultural works as culture, but also as worship. All cultural activities are worships, because they are forms of subjecting to the Creator and faith to Allah. In Kuntowijoyos view, in order to be in advance, Muslim community must leave the myth and ideology world toward the knowledge world, therefore, Islamic knowledge is necessary, not Islamization of knowledge.
Konflik Agraria Di Kabupaten Pulau Morotai (Studi Peran Pemerintah Daerah Pada Konflik Pertanahan di Masyarakat) Lesang, Indra; Qodir, Zuly
Journal of Governance and Public Policy Vol 1, No 3: October 2014
Publisher : Universitas Muhammadiyah Yogyakarta

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Matter agrarian (matter land) is matter live and livelihood human, due to land is origin and source food. Land causeproblem and conflict. Land conflict case in Pulau Morotai regency is conflict land between five villagers with TNI-AU.This research use descriptive qualitative approach. Data source obtained from study literature, documentation, andinterview with some information sources. First result research, this conflict land matters have roots in from history.This land matters conflict development originating from from difference perception of mastery land. Less firm attitudeLocal Government also is one of this source conflict. The conflict by economy impact to community five village particularlyin development. All invenstor also afraid instill the capital, this was because because happened resistance bysociety five village. Second, less intense it Pemerintah Daerah Melakukan Konsiliasi, mediation. Conciliation and Mediasionly happened when action protest getting intense. Happened by house foundation demolition and community propertyhouse five village no intervene by government to block. Third, policies issued by government of Pulau Morotairegency in conflict land matters between community five Desa with TNI-AU not touched in society. Policies made toomuch bias elite.