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Trace of Islamic Educational Thought Aditya, Farninda
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
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Book Review: Erwin Mahrus and Syamsul Kurniawan, Trace of Islamic Educational Thought, Pontianak: STAIN Pontianak Press . Don’t judge a book by its cover, goes the popular saying. It is probably true as the cover does not always represent the contents of the book. However, this one is an exception. Without looking at the title, one will immediately think of: the important figures in Islamic education.
THE MYTHOLOGY OF KAMPUNG NAGA COMMUNITY Iryana, Wahyu
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
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In order to gain understanding of the meaning of symbolic variants of the myth in Kampung Naga, an objective analysis is required. Therefore, this paper applied the linguistic model study offered by Levi-Strauss as a new step for the objectivity of myth interpretation. The basic assumption of Levi-Strauss’ linguistic model is that myth often display a diverse surface structure, but in fact the diversity is the description of the human deep structure. The selection of this myth was solely based on the life of the Kampung Naga community as part of Sundanese Society. The results indicated that the myth in the religious life of the Kampung Naga community contains a various stories which include the revelation, the reincarnation, and the descent of revelation. These episodes can be constructed into the structure of a Levi-Strauss linguistic model, a binary opposition, namely the mandate giver (active) the mandate recipient (passive). The relationship between the giver and the receiver is vertical (structural) called “structure of three” (regular). From the “structure of three”, the “culinary triangle” can be constructed. From the “combined triangle”, the Batara Guru will also appear to become a central event that other figures have to go through. Finally, it can be stated that the deep structure construction that still refers to the aspect of Javanese cosmology in General.
TEXTBOOKS OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION IN INDONESIA’S TRADITIONAL PESANTREN: THE USE OF AL-ZARNUJI’S TA’LIM AL-MUTA’ALLIM TARIQ AT-TA’ALUM AND HASYIM ASY’ARI’S ADAB AL-‘ÂLIM WA AL-MUTA’ALIM Hafidzah, Laily
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
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Dalam paper ini, penulis melakukan studi komparatif atas kitab Ta’lim al-Muta’allim Tariq at-Ta’alum karya al-Zarnuji dan kitab Adab al-‘âlim wa al-Muta’alim karya Hasyim Asy’ari. Kajian ini mencoba membandingkan dengan mengeksplorasi secara mendalam dari aspek sejarah, sistematika penulisan, isi, dan posisi kedua kitab tersebut di kalangan pesantren. Sebagai sebuah kajian teks klasik dan pertimbangan otentisitas karya, yang digunakan oleh penulis adalah naskah klasik yang tersimpan di Perpustakaan Universitas Leiden, Belanda. Dari hasil kajian komparatif ini dapat ditemukan beberapa kesamaan dan perbedaan. Namun juga bisa disimpulkan bahwa keduanya menjadi saling melengkapi terutama karya Hasyim Asy’ari yang memang ditulis jauh setelah karya al-Zarnuji. Di kalangan pesantren, kitab Ta’lim al-Muta’allim merupakan kitab yang sangat penting dan sangat popular. Sehingga hampir di setiap pesantren terutama di pesantren salaf, kitab ini pasti diajarkan. Namun demikian, kita Adab al-‘âlim wa al-Muta’alim juga memperoleh posisi sejajar dengan kitab Ta’lim al-Muta’allim sebagai karya ulama yang mempunyai perhatian terhadap pendidikan Islam. Bagi kalangan pesantren yang berafiliasi dengan Nahdlatul Ulama, membaca dan mengkaji kitab Adab al-‘âlim wa al-Muta’alim di samping merupakan bentuk penghormatan dan penghargaan terhadap Hasyim Asy’ari sebagai pendiri NU, juga sebagai bentuk kebanggaan menggunakan karya lokal ulama Indonesia di mana saat ini masih sedikit pesantren yang menggunakan naskah karya ulama lokal sebagai bahan rujukan dan kajian.
The Truth behind the Text: the Study of the Qur’an with the Hikmah Approach Kurniawan, Syamsul
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Book Review: Dr. Syarif, MA., The Truth behind the Text: the Study of the Qur’an with the Hikmah Approach, Yogyakarta: Nusa Media, 2013. O you who believe, why do you say what you do not do? (3) It is severely hate¬ful in Allah’s sight that you say what you do not do. (QS. As-Saff: 2-3) What is true behind the text is what Dr. Syarif tried to explain in his book, Ap¬pearance behind the Text: the study of the Qur’an with the Hikmah Approach. In this book, one will find many terms on texts that have been examined by some experts of Qur’anic interpretation on the literal aspects, but did not in¬troduce the meaning of what is really meant by the text.
RITUALS FOR HARMONY: EXPLORING THE BERSIH DUSUN LOCAL GENIUS BEHIND RUBBER TAPPING J., Hasse
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
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Differences have long been a natural marker of the dynamics of the relationship of society. Differences often become obstacles in creating social stability. Diversity can be a strength if managed properly, but may become a source of conflict in case of faulty management. This short article addresses the issue of how to manage diversity so as to produce harmony in society that has different beliefs. There are three basic things defined in this paper. First, a society is capable of being integrated through commonly shared events. Second, providing room for all of the elements of society gives rise to collective solidarity which allows differences -even conflicts-- to be turned into unity. Third, the typicality of ritual that continues to be practiced in society can be optimized to serve as the medium that manages the differences and turned them to peace.
THE NARRATIVE CHARACTERISTICS OF ISLAMIC TERRORISM DISCOURSES Rosdiawan, Ridwan
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While polemics is still shadowing the internationally accepted definition, the word “Terrorism” becomes more controversial when it is paralleled with “Islam”. The Islamic Terrorism discourse is more likely to be an elusive concept if not a Fata Morgana. Its very existence appears as a real entity but its form can hardly be described. It would be always be problematic to posterize such a terrible notion as “terrorism” and put it side by side with a noble concept as in “Islam”. The fact, however, shows that the two-word has been widely discussed in global arena. “Islamic Terrorism” has become a trending topic in global politics and academic discourses in the first decade of the millennium.
Riots on the News in West Borneo Sari, Dian Kartika
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
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Book Review: Zaenuddin H. Prasojo, Riots on the News in West Borneo Pontianak: STAIN Pontianak Press, 2008 West Borneo had a long story of visible social conflict among ethnics dwelling within different parts of regencies in the West Borneo many years ago. The conflict itself was not merely about the distinction of ethnicity, however, the powerful factors contributed to the event namely social and economic. Furthermore, the conflict which turned to violence became a global issue since mass media kept an eye on the news intensely. The news, moreover, could shower peace among the audience, on the other hand could aggravate the riot. Thus, the issue of conflict studies or conflict resolution has caught the attention of many scholars to learn more about conflict from all over the world. One of the scholars who also concerns on the conflict and originally comes from West Borneo, Zaenuddin has written a book about conflict studies, “Riots on the News in West Borneo”. This book, actually, is the development of his thesis, hence, it would be highly recommended for those who concerns on anthropology, social, and cultural issues to consume this book.
CONTESTING THE MEANINGS OF DISASTER: AN ANTHROPOLOGICAL STUDY ON YOGYAKARTA PEOPLE’S RESPONSES TO THE MAY 27, 2006 EARTHQUAKE Basri, Mohammad Hasan
Al-Albab Vol 3, No 2 (2014)
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Secara geografis, Indonesia merupakan negara yang sangat berpotensi atau rawan terjadi bencana baik berupa bencana alam (natural disaster) maupun bencana akibat ulah kelalaian manusia (man-made disaster). Namun sayang sekali, para akademisi dan para peneliti masih sedikit yang tertarik untuk lebih jauh mengkaji bencana utamanya dalam perpektif ilmu-ilmu sosial. Sebagai salah satu upaya memulai kajian bencana di negeri ini, thesis ini diharapkan menjadi titik awal pengembangan ilmu-ilmu sosial dalam kajian bencana. Paper ini menyimpulkan bahwa proses kontestasi pemaknaan masyarakat dalam merespon bencana gempa dipengaruhi oleh tiga aspek, yaitu agama (religious meaning), Budaya Jawa (Javanese meaning), dan penjelasan sains (scientific meaning). Walaupun ketiga aspek tersebut saling mempengaruhi satu sama lain, berdasarkan respon masyarakat Wonokromo, aspek agama sangat mendominasi pikiran mereka. Ada empat variasi pemaknaan yang didasarkan pada aspek agama, yakni bencana sebagai hukuman, cobaan, tes, dan surat cinta dari Tuhan. Respon ini secara implisit masih problematis terutama jika dikaitkan dengan masalah theodicy (problem of evil) di dalam teologi dan proses pemulihan bencana karena pandangan seperti ini cenderung memojokkan korban (blaming the victims).
CONTESTATION OF RELIGIOUS PUBLIC SPACE: CHRISTIANS VS MUSLIMS CASES IN PAPUA Qadir, Zuly 
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The land of Papua has often been associated with the Papua Independence Movement (GPM), in addition to the Independent Papua Organization (OPM) which has been known since the 1990s. The battle between the civil society of Papua against the military seems to keep happening. Killing and shooting each other has always been a public discussion and media coverage. However, the thing that escapes people’s attention is a contestation that occured between the adherents of the religion of the indigenous Papuans who claim to adhere to Christianity, known as the ‘mountain people’, and the Muslims, known as the coastal and inland people who are regarded as non-natives of Papua. The contestation took place observably in public spaces like the streets, mountains, fields and various religious activities that involved mobs such as Kebaktian Kebangkitan Rohani (Spiritual Awakening Mass) among the Christians, as well as talbligh akbar (huge gathering) among the Muslims where they bring in speakers from outside Papua as an attraction. Such contestation has been going on since 1998 that sometimes triggered massive demonstrations and bans on religious activities as well as the establishment of a Muslim school. In the Papuan society, a lot of trouble is religious matters, coming both from the internal and external followers. To data were obtained through direct observations, in-depth interviews with a number of key informants, literature study and written documents related to the issue. The data were processed using interpretative approach as commonly used by Clifford and Geertz in the socio-anthropological tradition or social sciences in general.
RELIGION AND HARRITAGE: THE ISLAMIC MANUSCRIPT OF THE QURAN BY ABDURRAHMAN HUSIN FALLUGAH (W.2010) Amin, Faizal
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This article is extracted from the philological-codicological research on the Mushaf Al-Qur’an (codex or collection of sheets of the Qur’an, hereafter referred to as the mushaf) manuscript in West Kalimantan, especially the collection of Abdurrahman Husin Fallugah (hereafter referred to as AHF). Overall, the Qur’an manuscript collection of AHF is 20 copies, consisting of 15 mushaf in complete condition and six other mushaf which are not complete. The study only focused on 15 mushaf which are intact and complete. The findings of this research showed that: first, judging from its origins, not all of the mushaf manuscript collection of AHF came from West Kalimantan. In addition to West Kalimantan, the 15 complete mushaf also came from Aceh and Central Java. The initiators and supporters of the writing of the manuscript were probably members of a royal family since the Qur’an manuscripts in West Kalimantan were originally obtained from a royal family. Second, the condition of 15 mushaf collection of AHF is generally quite well preserved despite some physical damage especially on the edges of the sheet of paper. If seen from kind of material used, the mushaf collection of AHF were made from different materials, some made from the local paper, some made from European paper and some also made from animal skins. Meanwhile, the collection of the 15 manuscripts is complete; each consists of 30 juz (parts) covering 114 surah. The oldest Mushaf manuscript is coded AHF-06 made by H.M. Said al-Katib in 1067 AH or 1657 AD, while the latest manuscript coded AHF-02 written by H. Sarqawiy in 1243 AH or 1828 AD.

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