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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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Seren Taun Guru Bumi Harmony of Islam and Pasundan Culture BP, Abdurrahman Misno
Al-Albab Vol 5, No 1 (2016)
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The advent of Islam in Tatar Sunda (West Java) lent a new color to the culture that had previously existed there. The nature of Islam which was friendly to the local culture, made it easy to be accepted by the Sundanese people without bloodshed. The results are a variety of cultural rituals rooted in Sundanese culture yet rich with Islamic culture. Seren Taun Guru Bumi is one of the rituals of the Sundanese people deeply-rooted in the belief of Nyi Pohaci (Dewi Sri) as the goddess of fertility. The involvement of the researcher in this ritual made the data a primary source which is the implementation of Seren Taun Guru Bumi in Sindang Barang Cultural Village, Bogor, West Java. This research shows that the ritual of Seren Taun Guru Bumi is a form of Islamic harmony with the Sundanese culture. Islamic culture assimilates in the frame of Sundanese traditions in Tatar Sunda, in which both are brought together in the ritual as a form of gratitude to God Almighty.
Perception of Catholic Lessons Among the Eleventh Grade Muslim Students at SMA Santa Theresia Jakarta Kris Sejati, Woro Retno; Gazali, Hatim
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The government has regulated that each student is entitled to religious education in accordance with his/her religion. However, some schools, one of which is SMA Santa Theresia (Santa Theresia Senior High School), have special regulations. Since these schools are run by Catholic foundations, they provide Catholic religious instruction to all students. Walgito (2004) reported that a person's perception will affect a person’s actions. Therefore, this research aims to reveal the Muslim students’ perception of the Catholic lessons they follow. This research used descriptive qualitative approach. The data were collected using interviews, observation and documentation through a process of data triangulation. The subjects selected through a purposive sampling method by considering that they are the eleventh grade students and taught by the same religious education teacher. The data were analyxed using Miles and Huberman model consisting of data reduction, data display and conclusion. The results indicated that the Muslim students have positive perception of the materials that are easy to apply in their daily lives, and also have a negative perception of the materials that have a lot of memorization and theories.
Sharia-Based Regional Regulations and Inter-Religious Relations in Bulukumba South Sulawesi Diab, Ashadi L
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The background for the emergence of the idea of applying Sharia based regional regulations in Bulukumba is influenced by three factors: history, politics and socio-religious reality of the community. The response to the application of Islamic law also varies. At least in broad outline there are four kinds of responses, i.e. accepting, accepting with certain conditions, refusing then accepting and refusing. The application of Islamic law in Bulukumba has caused changes both in the physical appearance and socio-religious interaction of the people. Changes in physical appearance can be seen from the increasing number of women wearing hijab and a number of writings of religious nuances in various corners of the city. Changes in the areas of social interaction can be seen from the decrease of the crime rate. In the interaction between religious communities, the Sharia-based regulations are a medium for the Islamization of society. The existence of such legislation has also left no space for non-Muslims to build or add a new place of worship.
Islam and Malay in Borneo Sari, Dian Kartika
Al-Albab Vol 5, No 1 (2016)
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Islam and Malay are undeniably inseparable from Borneo Island. This book elaborates the writer’s thoughts about Islam and Malay, especially in Borneo Island. Hermansyah himself was triggered by the small number of literatures or research on Borneo Island. Therefore, those reasons encouraged him to write more about Borneo and its living society. Islam and Malay in Borneo consists of eight chapters that present various kinds of Malay and Islam comprehensively. Chapter one is about the identity of Islam and Malay. To begin with, Malay, once, was considerably identical to Islam. If someone embraces Islam, then he or she will be considered a Malay, no matter his/her ethnic background. Nevertheless, in line with the social and political life, the idea has also been shifted.
Religious Practices and Local Magic of Inland Malay Society in West Kalimantan Hermansyah, Hermansyah
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Belief and practice as part of culture which exists in society is the result of a dynamic process that is growing and developing, and affected by both internal and external aspects of the society. All of this is a manifestation of a continuity of the treasures of humanity. Derivation and transfer of a culture toward forming a new more complex culture is natural and inevitable. There is no culture and civilization in the world built without relationship and interchange with other cultures and civilizations. It is also the case with the religious life of the rural community in West Kalimantan which is the subject of the study in this article. This continuity shows that local communities have a vibrant culture passed down from one generation to the next. The existence of tradition heritage recorded in magic called ilmu in inland Islamic societies of West Kalimantan shows that their peaceful process of accepting Islam since its spread, to a certain extent, accommodates local culture. The dialectic process of Islam and local culture serves as an example of religious acceptance in a massive fashion in a region far away from the coastal area.
Revealing the Mystery of Death in Adat: A Factual Study of Sudden Death in Kedang Pati, Rofinus; Ma'arif, Samsul
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This paper discusses the persisting Kedangese “indigenous religion” of Lembata. It begins with the discussion of a case of sudden death through which responses of the Kedangese are analyzed. Responses of Kedangese to the case of sudden death consist of ritual, consultation with ancestors, and animal sacrifice. The three kinds of responses show the characteristics of Kedangese worldview. Their worldview characterizes “inter-subjective” cosmology, an understanding that “subject” is not limited to human beings, but extends to non-human beings. Relations between the two are then “inter-subjective”, as opposed to “subject-object” relations. This paper finally argues that “inter-subjective” cosmology characterizes Kedangese indigenous religion, different from world religions.
Religion and Multiculturalism at Pesantren Sunan Pandanaran and Mu'allimin Yogyakarta Faoziah, Niswatin; Mahfudh, Hasan; Ronika, Rima
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This paper discusses the role of pesantren (Islamic boarding school) education in developing multicultural values at Sunan Pandanaran and Muallimin Pesantren Yogyakarta. Through field studies, the findings of this research are: First, the multicultural values are reflected and have become good principles at Sunan Pandanaran or Muallimin Pesantren Yogyakarta despite the difference in characteristics. Second, pesantren education --both at Sunan Pandanaran and Muallimin Pesantren Yogyakarta-- have an important contribution to the development of multicultural values each with different traits and characteristics. Third, some teachers with little understanding of multiculturalism have become a major obstacle in pesantren education especially with regard to the multicultural values. Moreover, in the context of multicultural education curriculum development, the dilemma of self-identity also becomes another problem.
The So-Called “Islamic Terrorism”: A Tale of the Ambiguous Terminology Atmaja, Dwi Surya
Al-Albab Vol 5, No 1 (2016)
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"What does the term "terrorism" mean." Why does the term “terrorism” often identified as Islam? "If terrorism is an ism that affects "terror" that it generates, while Islam which literally means "peace", then the two terms certainly mismatch! Such question and statement show Muslims’ concern over frequent phenomena of "terrorism" using Islamic religious symbols. The research undertaken proved that there are three explanations. First, a close tripartite network connection between “terrorism experts” and the circles of power policy holders who are also supported by senior journalists in the international media influence. Second, a long tradition of Orientalist studies in the study of the Middle East region and the study of religion in the Arab culture. Figures such as Bernard Lewis, Noah Feldman, Raphael Patai and other Middle East experts often sit with other experts in the field of terrorism (the first factor) and become main advisors and expert staff for the US government in the formulation of action to counter terror. It was the catalyst for the transmission of viewpoint which then decorated orientalist discourse of Islamic terrorism in the process of political policies. Third, a lot of Islamic terrorism discourse refers to the long tradition of cultural stereotypes and biased representations of the media that often portray Islam and Muslims as ‘the enemy’. The reason is that it reflects the perspective of socio-Western culture that fears and worries the other oriental parties which has been stereotyped since the imperial era. Many also argue that the dichotomy of the orientalist views are deliberately preserved as a form of new style imperialism
Edwin Wieringa and the Exoticism of the Minds of Indonesian Muslims Bahri, Media Zainul
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This article elaborates in-depth the views of Edwin Wieringa on Indonesian Islam. Wieringa is Professor of Indonesian philology with special reference to Islamic cultures at the University of Cologne, Germany. In addition to philology, Wieringa also concerns himself with the Indonesian contemporary Islamic issues. According to Wieringa, various aspects of the minds of Indonesian Muslims in the past and present are always exotic, in the sense of “unique” and “attractive”, and therefore motivates him to examine a lot of things about Indonesian Islam. For Wieringa, Indonesian Muslim cultural exoticism also shows a high civilization that must be appreciated by the Indonesian Muslims themselves. Dozens articles of Wieringa which explore the culture of Islam in this country shows that he has a remarkable contribution to the development of Indonesian Islamic and cultural studies.
Soekarno’s Thought on Islamic Education Fahmi, Riza
Al-Albab Vol 5, No 1 (2016)
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Syamsul Kurniawan, et al. 2016. Pemikiran Pendidikan Islam Soekarno. Jogyakarta: Samudra Biru Publisher.Sukarno as the founding father of the Republic of Indonesia had the intellect, charisma and verbal abilities to enchant millions of Indonesians when delivering a speech. His ability of a great speech made Indonesians fall in love with the man who was born in Surabaya. Certainly not easy to make millions of people fall in love with the figure of Soekarno if he himself did not have the intelligence, skills and strong charisma. Sukarno's ideas, the history of his life to his personal life are still often described as if his figure displays an aura of attraction for writers and researchers to uncover the background of his life. Many books tell the life of Sukarno, his thought and people around him such as Cindy Adams (1982) entitled Bung Karno the speaker for the people of Indonesia, Soedjiato et al (2001) Bung Karno and Islamic discourse, Badri Yatim (1999) Soekarno; Islam and Nationalism, Maslahul Falah (2003) Islam à la Soekarno, Traces of Indonesian Liberal Islamic Thought and so forth.

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