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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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The Crescent Moon on the Island of Gods, Traces of Muslim Village Kusamba-Bali Ari Dwipayana, Edited by AAGN; Farninda Aditya, Reviewed by:
Al-Albab Vol 4, No 1 (2015)
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Who does not know Bali, a beautiful island that fascinates many tourists from around the world, with a religious identity as it is commonly referred to as the Island of Gods. Despite being well-known as the Land of the Hindus, Bali has a Muslim village, where Muslim residents live side by side with the Hindu Balinese. When one recalls the Bali bombing incident in 2002 and 2005 in Kuta, Jimbaran, certainly they will express an opinion on the social and religious tension between these two religious groups. The tragedy has in fact left a change in attitudes i.e. the strengthening of the Balinese identity, which is presented in the book entitled Bulan Sabit di Pulau Dewata: Jejak Kampung Islam Kusamba-Bali (The Crescent Moon on the Island of Gods, Traces of Muslim Village Kusamba-Bali).
Mapping the Religious Response of the Disaster-Hit Community: (Redefinition of Relationship between Human, God, Nature and Religion in Disaster Construction) Mujib, Ibnu 
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This paper would like to map the religious response in a post-disaster community. In an academic discourse, a post-disaster community is one with abnormal conditions, including how it defines aspects of Divinity in their religious perspective. Thus, the complexity of issues that encompass a disaster-hit community will shape the worldview, perspective, and the understanding of the relationship between human, God, nature, and religion, serves as the basic assumption of this research. So, there are several points that will be introduced in this paper including: first, the disaster typology from the perspective of the experts; second, the debate between the divine law and the law of nature in the context of disaster; and third, the religious response of the disaster-hit community over the history of the events of disaster. The research shows some important findings including the emergence of various forms of response about the events of disaster and their relation to human, God, nature, and religion itself. Since the concepts of disaster appear from a post-disaster society, on one side also require relationship which is able not only to respond to disasters but also to provide constructive solutions to the survival of the post-disaster community. Therefore, the stronger the religious normative doctrine of a person, the more difficult to bring closer to the context his survival not to mention life improvement. Nevertheless, in the majority of other communities that culturally experienced two sides of mass dilemma i.e. the theological concept of submission, patience, and gratitude in the religious worldview of post-disaster community as the disaster not only happened to a person but also to many people.
Religious Pluralism: Between Syncretism and Tantularism Chaer, Moh. Toriqul
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This article has several objectives: first, to discover the background of religious pluralism in Javanese society, notably among the communities in Ketanggi; second, to recognize religious practice in Ketanggi; and third, to explore the religious attitudes of Ketanggi people towards religious pluralism. This article is based on field research carried out in Ketanggi sub-district of Ngawi, East Java, which is inhabited by the communities with different religious backgrounds. This paper argues that religious commitment among Ketanggi people is partly based on ‘tantularism’, a sort of ethical principle which emerges as a result of the encounters between religion and local wisdom. The reception of Ketanggi people towards religious and cultural pluralism is expressed through the concept of lilo legowo (voluntary reception towards the other) which in turn becomes foundation of religious tolerance in that area.
Tracking the Traces of God in Science: Islamic Tafsir on Science Golshani, Mehdi; Syamsul Kurniawan, Reviewed by:
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To Muslims, the Qur’an should serve as the model of thinking. It is a model which should become the paradigm. The advancement of science based on the paradigm of the Qur’an will obviously enrich science. This paradigm will subsequently trigger the emergence of alternative science. We understand that normative premises of the Qur’an can be formulated into empirical and rational theories. The transcendental structure of the Qur’an is an idea which is normative and philosophical in nature, and it can be formulated into a theoretical paradigm, and provide a framework for the development of empirical and rational science, based on the pragmatic needs of humans as the vicegerent on earth. Kuntowijoyo (2006) argued that the development of theories of Islamic science is intended for the welfare of the Muslims.
A Conceptual Framework of Distributive Justice in Islamic Economics Rahim, Shafinah Begum Abdul
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itical, behavioural and social sciences both in mainstream or Islam. Given its increasing relevance to the global village we share and the intensity of socio-economic problems invariably related to the distribution of resources amongst us, this work is aimed at adding value through a deeper understanding and appreciation of justice placed by the Syariah in all domains of of our economic lives. The existing works within this area appear to lean mostly towards redistributive mechanisms available in the revealed knowledge. Hence a comprehensive analysis of the notion of distributive justice from the theoretical level translated into practical terms is expected to contribute significantly to policymakers committed towards finding permanent solutions to economic problems especially in the Muslim world. It is a modest yet serious attempt to bridge the gap between distributive justice in letter and spirit as clearly ordained in the Holy Quran. The entire analysis is based on critical reviews and appraisals of the all relevant literary on distributive justice in Islamic Economics. The final product is a conceptual framework that can be used as a blueprint in establishing the notion of justice in the distribution of economic resources, i.e. income and wealth as aspired by the Syariah.
Indonesian Islam in Religious and Political Struggle Discourse Taufani, Taufani
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This paper looks into the struggle between Islam and politics in Indonesia from Soekarno-era up to the Reform. So far, Islam in Indonesia has been known as unique because of its history. When Islam entered Indonesia, it was mystical in nature, accommodating towards local religion and culture that existed before its arrival. In the wake of the emergence of the nation-State concept in this modern age, the struggle between Islam and politics in Indonesia tends to be characterized by the presence dialectic that continues to take place, i.e. whether Islam should adopted as the sole ideology and the state positive law of the country or on the contrary where it should become the ethics and values in the spirit of the nation and State. This indicates that the struggle between Islam and politics in Indonesia is not static, but rather it tends to be dynamic and volatile as it is strongly affected by changes in the political landscape in each era of Government.
Religious Education and Community Development: A Study on the Pondok and Its Efforts to Realize the Philosophy of Islamic Education Abdulroya Panaemalae, Abdul Razak  @ 
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The work is trying to show how relevant the pondok education is with the philosophy of Islamic education itself. The research recognize that there are still many weaknesses that need to be changed in the education system of the pondok, so that they continue to stand and live to provide the religious spirit to every Muslim as has been proved before. Yet these benefits outweigh the weaknesses. It should not be repealed. It is important to find new formulas to empower this institution in line with the changes in time. It is something which has been proven to be good and useful to mankind, so there is no need to bother to change it. Although there are wooden frames and a roof that need to be replaced, and water wells that should be constructed to ensure the water flows, but again there is no need to destroy what has been strongly built. The good values of each item are fixed. It is also the role of pondok education in religious education that has played an effective role in order to form a noble personality and civilized humans in accordance with the Islamic principles.
Islam and Bugis in West Kalimantan Patmawati, Patmawati; M., Nurfaidah
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The Bugis people generally have tough character because of maritime and competitive traditions, as well as sufferings as a result of the colonialism. They also strongly uphold their honor. In West Kalimantan, the Bugis are also identical with Islam. The history of the arrival of the Bugis people in West Kalimantan can be traced, at least, to three stages which will be covered in this paper, namely in 1667 during the Treaty of Bungaya, and in late1946 through early 1947 when there was mass murder where 40,000 people were killed, and in 1950 when there was a revolt of DII/TII led by KaharMuzakkar. A year later, the migration happened because they were looking for a job as a civil servant (PNS). The role of the Bugis in the spread of Islam in West Kalimantan is known through education conducted by To-Panrita, To-Sugi, To-Warani, dan To-Sulasena.
Religion and the Local Tradition of Life Cycle Rituals in Kampung Naga, West Java Bambang Prawiro, Abdurrahman Misno
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West Java is one of the provinces in Indonesia which is culturally rich and diverse. The cultural wealth in Tatar Sunda (West Java) is centered on several areas that serve as the settlement of indigenous communities, from the eastern region of Ciamis, to Sukabumi. Each region has its own cultural uniqueness. Among the cultural heritage which is still in existence and preserved is Kampung Naga. It was a traditional village that firmly preserves its ancestral tradition (karuhun) passed down from generation to generation. One of the interesting features of the community of Kampung Naga is the life cycle ritual which they perform with no outside influence. This article will describe the life cycle ritual performed by the indigenous community of Kampung Naga. The ethnographic method approach is used in this study, where the author was directly involved in the process of performing the ritual. Observations, in-depth interviews and participation in any activity were used to collect verifiable data. This research showed that the daur hidup (life cycle) ritual performed by the traditional community of Kampung Naga included the rituals for pregnant mother, child birth, circumcision, gusaran, marriage, and prayer to the dead. The ritual carried out by the community is derived from the old Sundanese belief combined with Islamic culture that came in later
Historiographical reflection on the Malay World Denisova, Tatiana A.; Hadenan Towpek, PhD, Reviewed by:
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This work began with a very interesting criticism from the author, Tatiana A. Dnisova, who argued that: “every time there is a need to understand the Malay view on various subjects or areas of human life, a researcher must refer to primary sources, i.e. the Malay literary treasures, including works on the historiography of Islamic Malay. “

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