Miftahur Ridho, Miftahur
Fakultas Ushuluddin, Adab, dan Dakwah IAIN Samarinda

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Politik Islam Klasik (Suksesi Kepemimpinan Muhammad SAW dan Khulafa’ Ar-Rasyidin) Ridho, Miftahur
Humanistika : Jurnal Keislaman Vol 1, No 1 (2015): (Juni:2015)
Publisher : Institut Ilmu Keislaman Zainul Hasan Genggong

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Islam as a religion that has the legal basis of the Quran and hadith is also a religion that is inseparable from the interaction of the country which is the social life. Prophet as uswatun hasanah in reality is a leader who is really capable of being a religious leader and head of state. However, after the the period of Prophet Muhammad, there is a disagreement about the next leader. This problem is more tapered after the leadership of Umar bin Khattab, and the peak is tahkim events or better known as arbitration. Then, this became the first political upheaval in the leadership of Islam. In the succession of leadership succession has experienced periods of tremendous political upheaval. Regardless of the condition of Islam is still able to accommodate plural society that in fact that Islam having a heyday in the first years. That is because Islam has a strong foundation in the excavation of any law. And of course the situation is an important lesson for Islam to always be careful about politics and power.
SHOWCASING SOCIAL PIETY: BETWEEN CHARITY OF THE HAVES AND RIGHTS OF THE HAVE-NOTS Ridho, Miftahur
Islamic Communication Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2018): Edisi Juli - Desember
Publisher : Islamic Communication Journal

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Religion based charity organizations, including those inspired by the Islamic teachings regarding caring for others, are prevalent around the world. They play significant role both in supporting the state to deliver social welfare services to the poor and the less fortunate and sidestepping or competing with the state in such provision. This paper, thus, aims at exploring the dynamic interplay between Islamic teachings regarding charitable practices and social welfare services provided by the state. Discussion on this paper suggests that Islamic charitable practices such as Zakat, shadakah, and others, can be observed through different lenses; as a charity of the rich and as rights of the poor. In Indonesia and other Muslim countries, such giving practices are widely accepted as charity of the rich partly because the idea of providing social welfare to the poor is perceived as the duty of the state. Hence, the rights of the poor lies on the obligation of the state, not the rich. 
PERISTIWA TAHKIM (POLEMIK PERSELISIHAN POLITIK DAN IMPLIKASINYA) Ridho, Miftahur
Humanistika : Jurnal Keislaman Vol 5, No 1 (2019): Januari 2019
Publisher : Institut Ilmu Keislaman Zainul Hasan Genggong

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Abstract: Politics is the biggest source of Muslim division. Starting from a dispute that occurred between Ali bin Abi Talib and Muawiyah who wanted revenge for Uthman's death, a Siffin war broke out which was a new chapter in the history of the birth of sects which had their own political vision. There are two schools - even two tendencies which gave birth to many schools - which were born as an implication of the war, namely Shi'ah and Khawarij. Both of these streams emerge because of the same factor, namely extremity and contradiction. The appearance of the Khawarij gave a large share of the emergence and spread of Shi'ah. Extremity claims propagated by one of the streams above encourage the emergence of rival extremities from other schools. The struggle between the two schools gave rise to another stream which aimed to mediate between the two contradictory sides, namely Murji'ah, a school that dared to bring up its own vision, even though in the end one of the two firqahs was followed. In subsequent developments emerged the flow of Mu'tazilah, Qadariyyah and Jabbariyyah.Keywords: Politics, flow, theology 
Ustadz Abdul Somad and the Future of Online Da’wa in Indonesia Ridho, Miftahur
Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies Borneo International Journal of Islamic Studies, Vol.1(2), May 2019
Publisher : IAIN Samarinda

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Rapid developments in the area of information technology have transformed the nature of social interactions among people in the world. Da’wa, as a form of social interaction aimed at conveying the teachings of Islam towards all people in the world, changes as the platform of undertaking the Da’wa itself, the available media of interactions, change. The aim of this paper is to analyze the strategy of Ustadz Abdul Somad (UAS), the currently most popular preacher in Indonesia, in utilizing the internet for the purpose of Da’wa (Islamic propagation). Findings reveal that UAS’s success lies on his ability to persuade his audience to record his sermons and post them individually to the internet, especially on video-sharing platform of youTube.com. Abdul Somad even claimed himself as a preacher of million viewers. However, his sermons are mostly uploaded to the internet by his audiences. Abdul Somad does not rely on professional team to craft his sermons and post them online. This strategy of allowing his audience to create and share user generated contents is proven to highly successful. Not only that Abdul Somad is able to secure millions of viewers online, it also helps him to multiply the proliferation of his sermons with relatively no cost.
UJARAN KEBENCIAN DALAM DAKWAH: ANALISIS TENTANG PENGEJAWANTAHAN IDE AMAR MA’RUF NAHI MUNGKAR DI KALANGAN PARA DA’I DI KALIMANTAN TIMUR Ridho, Miftahur
LENTERA VOL 2, No 01 (2018): LENTERA
Publisher : IAIN Samarinda

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Hate speech is among the most vicious problem faced by Muslims in the world. As Muslims are obliged to perform the principle of al amr bi al ma’ruf wa tanhawna anil munkar (commanding right and forbidding evil), what perceived as hate speech sometimes overlaps such basic tenet of Islamic principle of commanding right and forbidding wrong. The aim of this research is therefore twofold. First, it explore the contruction of hate speech among Da’is (Islamic preachers) in traditional Islamic boarding schools in East Kalimantan. And Seccondly, it explores ideal responses toward such practices as perceived by those Da’is. Findings suggest that the construction of hate speeches and ideal responses towerds it, among Da’is in Islamic traditional boarding schools known as pondok pesantrens, is founded mostly upon the principle of potential damage of those hate speech practices.Keywords: Hate speech, Islamic Da’wa, and Da’is in East Kalimantan.
SHOWCASING SOCIAL PIETY: BETWEEN CHARITY OF THE HAVES AND RIGHTS OF THE HAVE-NOTS Ridho, Miftahur
Islamic Communication Journal Vol 3, No 2 (2018): Edisi Juli - Desember
Publisher : Fakultas Dakwah dan Komunikasi Universitas Islam Negeri Walisongo Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/icj.2018.3.2.2616

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Religion based charity organizations, including those inspired by the Islamic teachings regarding caring for others, are prevalent around the world. They play significant role both in supporting the state to deliver social welfare services to the poor and the less fortunate and sidestepping or competing with the state in such provision. This paper, thus, aims at exploring the dynamic interplay between Islamic teachings regarding charitable practices and social welfare services provided by the state. Discussion on this paper suggests that Islamic charitable practices such as Zakat, shadakah, and others, can be observed through different lenses; as a charity of the rich and as rights of the poor. In Indonesia and other Muslim countries, such giving practices are widely accepted as charity of the rich partly because the idea of providing social welfare to the poor is perceived as the duty of the state. Hence, the rights of the poor lies on the obligation of the state, not the rich. 
ISLAMIC STUDENT ORGANIZATIONS’ STRATEGY OF COMMUNICATING AND MAINTAINING ISLAMIST IDEOLOGY AMONG UNIVERSITY STUDENTS IN EAST KALIMANTAN Ilyasin, Mukhamad; Ridho, Miftahur
al-Balagh : Jurnal Dakwah dan Komunikasi Vol 6, No 2 (2021): December 2021
Publisher : Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Dakwah IAIN Surakarta

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The aim of this paper is to explain the role of KAMMI in Universities in East Kalimantan in shaping the political dynamics among students in university settings. Utilizing qualitative approach to analyze data collected through interviews with members of KAMMI in Samarinda, findings reveal that KAMMI’s main strategy to maintain its’ Islamist ideology consists of three distinctive steps; (1) introducing KAMMI to potential members in high schools via vacation trip program (rihlah), (2) recruiting members during admission time via personal approaches, and (3) maintaining solidarity by utilizing small circle study groups. In the first two steps, KAMMI would introduce potential new members with personal holiness, which aims to guard the students' morality. In the third phase, members would be familiarized with the concept of “Muslim Negarawan,” in which they are asked to view their campus as a political arena of competition for power.