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Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society
ISSN : 25281194     EISSN : 25281224     DOI : -
Core Subject : Religion, Education,
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society published by Postgraduate of State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Surakarta. The subject covers both textual and empirical, as well as classical and contemporary research on Islam. Published in Indonesia, it welcomes contributions in Arabic, English, and Bahasa Indonesia. Papers are peer-reviewed to maintain a high scholarly level. The Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society is published online twice a year in the middle and the end of the year.
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REORIENTASI PENDIDIKAN AGAMA BERBASIS MULTIKULTURALISME DAN TASAMUH hidayah, Nur
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This article aims to describe the growing discourse on religious education-based multicultural, then reorienting the discourse according to the concept of tasamuh. This study, with a qualitative analysis of literature, found that the instigators of the concept of multiculturalism had enough influence Muslims so that religious education should be reorientated. Reorientation does with reconciling tasamuh in religious education-based multicultural. This reorientation is important, because the mission of multicultural education containing religious pluralism, humanism, and democracy, can not be an alternative in the practice of religious education. If this model is applied in education, then this could threaten the faith and morals of students, especially for Muslim students. In society, Islam has implemented the concept of tasamuh}. With this concept, Islam made it easier for other people to not disturb the faith of Muslims. This reorientation is very appropriate for addressing diversity, with formulations that do not harm the unity of the nation, at the same time the Islamic faith was still solid.
PEACE IN THE MIDST OF VIOLENCE: ANALYZING THE ROLE OF ELITES IN PRESERVING PEACE AND HARMONY IN MANADO Abbas, Muhammad Rivai
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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The study attempts to look at the existing inter-religious peace and harmony in Manado. The focus is an attempt to compare between Manado and Ambon which are similar in terms of demographic composition, historical background, political and cultural values but at the same time both are different; the former was in conflict, while the latter was an area of peace during the conflict escalation that engulfed some parts of East Indonesia. This study also tries to look at the strategy of Christian and Muslim communities in both cities in dealing with social tensions. In addition, this article specifically tries to explain factors that contribute to the presence of peace in Manado and its absence in Ambon. Subsequently, attention is also paid to the impact and mechanisms used by the elite in maintaining peace in Manado. This study uncovers some interesting findings. First, there are five elements that support the existence of peace in Manado: education, cultural values (local wisdom), economic situations, spiritual understanding, and the role of the elite. Second, inter-religious peace and harmony can exist in Manado, because of the synergy and cooperation of these three levels of leadership. Third, although the theory of Lederach seems to suggest that top-level leaders are the most dominant element of the elite, it is found that the role of grassroots leaders including leaders of congregations (imam, ustadz, clergymen, and priests) is more vital as their more directly involved in the daily activities of society. Fourth, the mechanisms of these elites seem to be various in every stage of leadership.
AL-SIYASAH WA AL-AKHLAQ INDA MACHIAVELLI WA AL-MAWARDI Zein, Fuad Muhammad
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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The issue of politics and ethics are two sides of a coin that invited attention of medieval scholars both in the West and the Islamic world. Although interrelated, but the implementation raises the difference between the two worlds. For the Western world, represented by Machiavelli, politics and ethics should be separated. A ruler should not be bound by ethics and tradition, and does not need to obey the law. In domestic relations affairs, a ruler must collect on his love and fear of people. While in foreign affairs, a ruler must reflect "a smart wolf and a strong lion. As for the world of Islam represented by al-Mawardi, politics and ethics cannot be separated. Even the basics of government, he said, are inspired by Islamic values based on the Qur'an and Hadith. Even a ruler must have and improve its ethical because it is a basic rule.
PERSINGGUNGAN ISLAM DAN TRADISI MISTIK LOKAL: STUDI KASUS PANANYAAN DAN AHLI HIKMAH DI MASYARAKAT TASIKMALAYA Musadad, Asep Nahrul
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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AbstrakOne of the determinant factors in the process of Islamization of the archipelago is the intersection between Islamic teachings and local wisdom. The encounter of the two has apparently brought an esoteric way. In this case, the Islamic esoteric teaching namely Sufism has become important. However, there was another esoteric element which also has a main role in the process, namely the mystical insight as to the result of the synthesis of the Islamic esoteric teaching and the indigenous mystical tradition. Using the ethnographic approach, this article aims to provide a preliminary remark on the intersection between Islam and local mystic tradition as represented by pananyaan and ahli hikmah in Sundanese people, especially in Tasikmalaya, as the reference. He is regarded as the learned man a place for someone to ask, especially related to the world of unseen.
STUDI ISLAM DALAM KAJIAN HUKUM KELUARGA ISLAM DI INDONESIA sadari, sadari
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This article offers a study of h}ududi (limit) in Islamic family law contained in the Indonesian Compilation of Islamic Law (KHI). The study of h}ududi is nothing other than the process of desacralization that KHI becomes progressive in line with the development of modernity and in the context of Indonesian-ness. To that end, this article makes two efforts, firstly, by rejecting the idea that gives no attention to limit in one hand, and secondly, by strengthening the thoughts of scholars who offer new ijtihad both in its concept until to methodology. Thought that strengthens it came from Syrian figure, namely Muh}ammad Shah}rur, through a plausibility structure. His study of hududsupported Nurcholish Madjid idea about the de-sacralization, so as to perform the coherence between KHI to human rights issues, democracy, nation-state, civil society, and constitutionalism. So this article supports the spirit of de-sacralization - in addition to not abandon its sacralization - initiated by Nurcholish Madjid. The source of this study is KHI, by using the hududparadigm, that based on a maxim of sabat al-naswa harakah al-muhtawa, meaning that the text is permanent , but the content moves. So that the rule of law is always rooted in liminality based on the text, which is the pivot of study centered on the text toward the context, not vice versa.
RESOLUSI PENANGANAN GAFATAR PASCA DIBUBARKAN OLEH PEMERINTAH PROVINSI BANGKA BELITUNG Rajab, Hadarah
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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This study attempts to describe activity GAFATAR in Bangkabelitung after dissolved.The results of research suggest that after the dissolution ofGAFATAR, his followers still keep his view that the organizationGAFATARdid not teach something subverted from tenets or the rule of law or customary is in this country, and not fund that members ofGAFATARknow are the anew after Muhammad saw. They feel this would be a belief where confidence any will be guaranteed in national unity of the republic of Indonesia. On the other hand, after the dissolution ofGAFATARphenomenon, on the surface is looks calmly but still needs to be alert by Karen due to the emergence ofGAFATARthe life of his followers be chaotic and misery of then responsibility the leadersGAFATARthere is no.Joy and this phenomenon people who were subjected to experienced depress social in the massif.

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