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ESENSIA: Jurnal Ilmu-Ilmu Ushuluddin Vol 12, No 1 (2011)
Publisher : ESENSIA: Jurnal Ilmu-Ilmu Ushuluddin

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It is important to note the rising of religious violence and the dialectic of certain groups to alter Pancasila as the state ideology and foundation either using violent ways or abusing the triumph of democracy. Religious violence and efforts to alter Pancasila with other ideology serve as a vivid thread to the unity of The Republic of Indonesia, human right’s violation to Indonesian people carried out rituals that based on belief and religion, and the cause of self-identity uproot as a nation held bhineka tunggal ika. This paper tries to discuss some efforts to revitalize Pancasila being the house of many religions. The effort to revitalize Pancasila can be done situating it as a working ideology. Gaining this position as a working ideology, it is also urgent— besides changing the way to elaborate Pancasila values— to internalize the soul of Pancasila as ways of thinking and guiding to all Indonesian people. In this respect, Pancasila could serve as the house of many religions.
Revitalisasi Identitas Diri Komunitas Masjid Saka Tunggal Banyumas, Masjid Raya Al Fatah Ambon, dan Masjid Agung Jami’ Singaraja Bali dalam Perubahan Budaya Global Salehudin, Ahmad
Religió: Jurnal Studi Agama-agama Vol 8 No 1 (2018): March
Publisher : Program Studi Studi Agama-Agama, Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Filsafat, Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Sunan Ampel Surabaya

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This study examines how three communal mosques: Masjid Saka Tunggal Cikakak Banyumas, Masjid Raya Al Fatah Ambon, and Masjid Agung Jami’ Singaraja respond toward globalization. Globalization that is characterized with the territorial demarcations of states’ administration jurisdiction, political currents, economic strata, and religions has shaped global villages with cultural homogeneity as its estuary. Strong cultures tend to crush the vulnerable cultures. These conditions tend to generate a dilemma for the existence of an identity, including the identity of communal mosques. However, communal mosques are not merely a set of inanimate objects which can only passively accept external influences. They are a collection of beings who “tactically” respond to the “strategy” of the global cultural cooptation. The result of this study reveals that communal mosques become a collective awareness of each its individual to respond to and live the life amidst the increasingly uncontrollable wave of global cultures. Global cultures, as long it benefits, are adapted and adopted to strengthen their communal identity and, otherwise, left when they bring disadvantages. In order to protect communal identities, the result of this study offers three ways: habituation and institutionalization of the communal identity, reinforcing the ancestral authority, and affirming the institutional vision and mission. [Penelitian ini mengkaji respon tiga komunitas masjid, yaitu Masjid Saka Tunggal Cikakak Banyumas, Masjid Raya Al Fatah Ambon, dan Masjid Agung Jami’ Singaraja terhadap globalisasi. Globalisasi yang ditandai oleh menghilangnya batas-batas administrasi negara, aliraan politik, strata ekonomi, dan agama telah membentuk kampung global dengan homogenisasi budaya sebagai muaranya. Budaya yang kuat cenderung menggilas budaya yang lemah. Kondisi ini cenderung melahirkan dilema bagi eksistensi identitas, termasuk identitas komunitas masjid. Namun demikian, komunitas masjid bukanlah sekumpulan benda mati yang hanya bisa pasrah menerima pengaruh luar, tetapi sekumpulan mahluk hidup yang “taktik” untuk merespon “strategi” kooptasi budaya global. Hasil penelitian menunjukkan masjid-masjid komunitas menjadi collective awareness para individu untuk merespon dan menjalani kehidupan di tengah samudra budaya global yang semakin tak terkendali. Budaya global diadaptasi dan diadopsi selama bermanfaat untuk menguatkan identitas komunitasnya, dan bersikap acuh jika tidak sesuai atau membahayakan. Untuk melindungi identitas komunitasnya, ada tiga hal yang dilakukan, yaitu melalui pembiasaan dan pelembagaan identitas komunitas, meneguhkan otoritas leluhur, dan peneguhan visi misi lembaga.]
Remembering the Seven-Word of The Jakarta Charter: The Challenging Risk of Indonesian Today Salehudin, Ahmad
Ijtim?'iyya: Journal of Muslim Society Research Vol 3 No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Postgraduate Program, State Institute on Islamic Studies Purwokerto

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This article aims to discuss the remembering phenomenon of the seven words of the Jakarta Charter. Even though it happened in early Indonesia independent era, the rejection of deleting the seven words of Jakarta Charter still exists until now. The seven words abolition of the Jakarta Charter became myths and rites that used by Islamic fundamentalist groups to bring back past memories in Indonesia today. In the process, it became a collective or social memory among Muslim Fundamentalist group, and it gives great energy, and also dreaming, to the fundamentalist Islamic groups to struggle to remake Indonesia as Islamic State. In Indonesian history, it is a big problem because of two reasons. Indonesia is not Islamic state. Beside that this group also is not only using constitutional ways, but also unconstitutional ways, such rebellion, religious terror, and hijacking. Therefore we need to reshape and reconfigure the memory of deleting the seven words of the Jakarta Charter.