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Al-Albab ISSN 0216-6143 (print) and ISSN: 2502-8340 (online) is an interdisciplinary journal published twice a year in print and online (e-journal) by the Pontianak State Institute of Islamic Studies, Pontianak. The journal was offline and started to be online in 2012. The e-ISSN was issued in 2016. Review processing started to be online in 2016 by using available tolls provided by the OJS. Reviewers may choose to use Review Form provided by the OJS or doing review process on the manuscript using Tracking Changes menu provided by Microsoft Word.
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ISLAM AND LOCAL CULTURE IN INDONESIA Hermansyah, Hermansyah
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 1 (2014)
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Muslims believe that their religion is universal, suitable to all places and time. Consequently, in practice, Islam can be adapted to various situations and conditions. Therefore, the diversity in Islam is inevitable. Diversity is especially related to aspects of interpretation and religious branches, not things that are principle. This article is about the relationship between Islam and local culture. As recognized by many experts, Islam in Indonesia was spread by peaceful means. Local elements were used in the process of Islamization. As a result, Islam could be accepted by most of society of Indonesia. Islam expressed here shows a distinctive face. Islam can live hand in hand with local culture, especially the culture that is not incompatible with Islam. Keywords: Islam, Islamization, local culture, diversity.
Understanding Confucianism in West Kalimantan Hidayat, Samsul; Farninda Aditya, Reviewed by:
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What is Confucianism? What are its teachings? What is its culture? How did it grow in Indonesia? What is Confucianism like in West Kalimantan? The book, Agama Konghucu (Confucianism) written by Samsul Hidayat, was written to answer those questions. The author of this book, a lecturer at the State Institute of Islamic Studies (IAIN) of Pontianak, has long been doing a study on Confucianism in his capacity as an expert in the field of comparative religion.
REVITALIZING LOCAL WISDOM: EFFORTS TO REDUCE TENSION AMONG BELIEVERS J., Hasse
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This article aims to show that through the strengthening of local wisdom, apathy toward the existence of other groups can be avoided to form a better order of life. Concern about the condition of the Indonesian people that are considered to have less appreciation for the other groups, in particular against certain religious groups has triggered the author to explore these issues and to respond to the concern. This nation, in fact, has a mechanism which has proved capable of reducing and even quelling the potential of conflict in a multi-cultural society. It is often called local mechanism. Although it has local characteristics, but if taken to a higher level, then the mechanism will generate new institutions for creating a broader harmony. This brief article showed that the existing local wisdom could create a harmonious relationship among the Bugis community though they have different faith. This is part of their commitment to practicing the noble values of local wisdom so that differences of identity (religion) are not a deterrent in building good relations, but in deed serve as a medium that acts as a reinforcement to the existing order. Keywords: Revitalizing, Local wisdom, Social Relations.
Badai Pasti Berlalu (The Storm Will Surely Pass) et all, Irwan Abdullah; Oktavira, Maylisa
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The border is the outermost region of a country that borders neighboring countries. Indonesia, as an archipelagic country, has many regions directly bordered by neighbouring countries. Kalimantan, for example, the third largest island in the world and the largest in Indonesia, lies to the North of the Island of Java, and Sulawesi Island to the West. The island of Kalimantan is divided into areas of Brunei, Indonesia (two thirds) and Malaysia (one third).
WE ARE FROM THE SAME ANCESTORS: CHRISTIAN-MUSLIM RELATIONS IN CONTEMPORAY ACEH SINGKIL Ansor, Muhammad
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The following Paper discusses the Muslim-Christian relations in Aceh Singkil Regency as well as the process of religious identity formation in the context of the debate over the Islamic Sharia in Aceh. First of all I will present the overview of the socio-political context of the regulations of Islamic jurisprudence in Aceh and the position of non-Muslims in such regulations. Next, I will trace the impact of the regulations on the format of the Muslim-Christian relations. Based on the Goffman theory of dramaturgy, this paper found that Muslim-Christian relations in Singkil were a complex narrative, often opposite between the appearance of the front stageand the backstage. Amid suspicions of the majority of the Aceh Singkil Muslims and the local Government of the existence of Christians, Interfaith communities at the grassroots level are precisely trying to build harmony and co-existence. I conclude that the consciousness about the similarities of ethnic origins has so far contributed effectivelyto suppressing the conflict between the two religions in Aceh Singkil. Keywords: Ethnicity, Muslim-Christian Relations, Aceh Singkil
SUNDA WIWITAN ON PARAHYANG LAND Pawiro, Abdurrahman Misno Bambang
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 1 (2014)
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The arrival of the great religions of the world to Indonesia did not eliminate existing local beliefs/religions of its people. The followers of the local beliefs remained strong in the midst of the spread of the great religions. Although those religions did not eliminate the local beliefs, they in fact had a significant influence on them. Sunda Wiwitan is one of the local beliefs that until today is still parcticed by the Baduy Community in Kanekes Village, Leuwidamar Sub-district, Lebak District of Banten Province. The Baduy people to this day have not embraced any major religions of the world. They are still consistent with the Sunda Wiwitan, believed to be the old legacy of their Sunda ancestors that become their karuhun. The current Sunda Wiwitan belief has been heavily influenced by Hinduism and Islam. Hindu influence gave rise to the concept of gods in their belief, while the influence of Islam gave rise to the terms Allah as God, Adam Tunggal, Adam and Eve, the Shahada (Profession) of Prophet Muhammad, Circumcision, Shahada in marriages. Even mantras recited by the puun also derived a lot of terms from Islam. Keywords: Sunda Wiwitan, Local Belief, Baduy, Parahyang, Banten.
ISLAMIC THOUGHT, NATIONALISM, AND MULTICULTURALISM Qodir, Zuly
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 1 (2014)
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The inclusive interpretation of religious texts will contribute to the development of plural and multicultural theological perspective rather than develop anexclusive and closed theology. There is a lot of momentum which can serve as a point of departure for developing multicultural theology in Indonesia when humanitarian issues are faced by so many believers, especially the Muslims, such as floods, earthquakes, landslides, and ignorance that continue to haunt the entire country rather than busy interfering with other people’s faith. Judging by very diverse field conditions, there is a final note regarding multiculturalism in the context of Islam in Indonesia. There are internal and external problems that affect religious understanding in this country. The internal factors are the existence of a highly diverse understanding, from moderate, progressive to conservative, thus influencing each other’s understanding of the Indonesian Muslims. The internal factor cannot be underestimated for it is perceived to be influential in the community, so it has to be an understanding that is able to push the development of multiculturalism and pluralism in Indonesia. Meanwhile the external factors should also get attention in this study. Keywords: Islam, perspective, multiculturalism, and Indonesia.
THE PHENOMENON OF (ISLAMIC) RELIGIOUS FUNDAMENTALISM IN A NON-‘RELIGIOUS’ CAMPUS: A CASE STUDY AT HASANUDDIN UNIVERSITY MAKASSAR Taufani, Taufani
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 1 (2014)
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This research aims to describe and examine the phenomenon of Islamic fundamentalism on the campus of Hasanuddin University (UNHAS). Islamic fundamentalism is a phenomenon that emerged after the reform and it is commonly encountered in the campus world. The trend shows that the phenomenon of Islamic fundamentalism is growing in the campus that has no particular religious affiliation and is often driven by the propagation of the Campus Dakwah Organization (LDK). This research would like to test the thesis that whether it is relevant to the context of the Hasanuddin University that in fact is not a religiously-affiliated campus or the contrary. The method of collecting data was done through observation of the activities of the LDK activist at the Hasanuddin University (UNHAS) Campus Dakwah Organization’s Musholla Lovers (LDK-MPM), in-depth interviews, documentation/review of previous research and papers. This research shows that Islamic fundamentalism led by LDK-MPM is growing at the Hasanuddin University. This phenomenon emerged as the implications of the post-reform freedom, so that these opportunities are exploited by activists to channel their euphoria, because at the time of the new order, their propagation had a fairly limited space. Another factor that led to the rise of Islamic fundamentalism and growing at Hasanuddin University is because the students did not have comprehensive Islamic references, so that they had no checklist for critiquing and examining the ideology of Islamic fundamentalism. In addition, the emergence of modernity considered to bring the negative excesses also serves as another factor being the cause of Islamic fundamentalism. Therefore, the ideology of Islamic fundamentalism emerged as an alternative to counteract the negative excesses. Keywords: Islamic Fundamentalism, LDK-MPM, Hasanuddin University.
THE ISLAMIC TRADITION OF BAKUMPAI DAYAK PEOPLE Nasrullah, Nasrullah
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 1 (2014)
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This paper presents the dilemma of an ethnic group which is influenced by the views from the outside as well as the inside with regard to the dominance of religious identity. Specifically, this paper discusses the existence of Bakumpai and the Bakumpai people as part of the Dayak tribes and their Islamic practice. This article is expected to provide understanding of religious diversity in an ethnic group particularly the Dayak and how it influences the Dayak culture. Keywords: Bakumpai, Dayak, Islamic Tradition
Critique of Religious Text Perspective Jabbar, Luqman Abdul; Kurniawan, Reviewed by: Syamsul
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 1 (2014)
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The phenomenon commonly found in the field of interpretation often portrays the claim of truth. As a result, the truth is hard to define. It is certainly something that is reasonable, given the task instead of a human is not to determine who is right and who is wrong. Only God Almighty who has the right to become the holder of the authority of the truth.

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