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Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society
ISSN : 25281194     EISSN : 25281224     DOI : -
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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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Problematika Penerjemahan Al-Qur′an dalam Bahasa Indonesia Baidan, Nashruddin
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 2, No 1 (2017)
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The study of the translation of Qur'an in Indonesian is intended to map the translation of Qur'an in Indonesian. Based on the literature review, we found some problematic Indonesian translation of Qur'an. Translation of the Qur'an as a holy book should not be mistaken. If this happens, then the function of Qur'an as a guide turns into a heresy. The translation must be done with precision and accuracy. This paper intends to examine the problematic translation of the Qur'an into Indonesian in terms of context, culture, and conditions surrounding it. Any criticism of the translation in this study is based on original documents using rational, objective and argumentative thought. After a critical analysis of several translations in Basmalah, al-Ikhlas and al-Ma'un, it finds that the translation of the Indonesian Qur'an does not fully follow the rules and procedures of translation. In general, the translation process is done literally, not contextually. On the other hand, the subjective thinking in translation seems more dominant than rational, objective and argumentative thinking.
Bank Wakaf: Solusi Pemberdayaan Sosial Ekonomi Indonesia Medias, Fahmi
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 2, No 1 (2017)
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This article attempts to identify the strategic role of cash waqf as an alternative financial instrument in the economic development of Indonesia in the field of social, religious, educational, and health, as well as to identify the problems faced by the social institution that has existed in Indonesia in the management of cash waqf. After the economic crisis hit Indonesia in 1998, the existence of cash waqf becomes very strategic and is deemed appropriate to give the mutual fund model that very potential in real sector to empower and strengthen the social economy Indonesia. However, cash waqf as one of the most potential sources of funds which have not been used optimally in Indonesia. This is due to a large number of waqfs are managed in a traditional consumer. On the other hand, Islamic finance institutions which manage the Waqf money haven't been able to manifest cash waqf benefits for socio-economic empowerment. At the end of the discussion, this article emphasizes the importance of the cash waqf funds mobilization of society through the creation of waqf bank to expand the potential of cash waqf in improving the social and economic welfare of society in Indonesia.
A Cultural Harmony between Islam and Local Tradition of Caram Seguguk in Rengas Payaraman, Ogan Ilir, South Sumatra Syawaludin, Mohammad
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 2, No 1 (2017)
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The study attempts to look Islam as a religion which teaches various aspects of normative and humanism has undergone a process of acceptance and rejection in the society. Meanwhile, tradition as an identity of a particular community also has undergone an eclectic process in acquiring adaptation with the Islamic teachings. It proves that Islam is not merely understood as a doctrine but also as a result of the interaction of cultural values, norms, and morals representing in the forms of religious practices which tolerates the local values. The meeting between Islamic value and local tradition value are maintained. Then, they form Islamic narrated activities as a form of internalization of the teachings and community behaviors. Caram Seguguk tradition in South Sumatera is one of the results of the harmonization between Islam and local traditions in daily activities.
Tafsir Al-Qur’an dan Tradisi Sunda: Studi Pemikiran Moh. E. Hasyim dalam Tafsir Ayat Suci dalam Renungan Evarial, Irwan
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 2, No 1 (2017)
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This article aims to examine the religious response of Moh. E. Hasim against the Sundanese religious tradition that is reflected in his Qur'anic commentary. Based on an analysis of the facts and views related to the religious thought of Moh. E. Hasim in his Ayat Suci dalam Renungan, this article finds that the monotheism of the Muslims of West Java, according to Moh. E. Hasim, besides worshiping Allah, they also worship idols and so forth. For that, Moh. E. Hasim forbids Muslims especially the West Java Muslim community for pilgrimage to the graves of the saints, because in reality many of the pilgrims have wrong intentions and goals. Religious ritual ceremonies such as nadran, for Moh. E. Hasim, very prohibited, because in the implementation of ritual ceremonies such as this nadran there are elements of shirk. In addition, in responding to religious traditions such as the nujuh bulanan, Moh. E. Hasim also forbids it, because it is seen that in the monthly ceremony there are elements of heresy, which include the mantras into verses of the Qur'an.
Al-Hazf dalam Penafsiran Al-Qur'an: Telaah Kritis atas Konsep al-Hazf dalam Pemaknaan Ayat Zulkarnain, Muhammad Iskandar
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 2, No 1 (2017)
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This article has discussed the application of al-hazf theory in the Exegesis of Qur'an. The fundamental problem of this article is the lack of a study of the significance and the role of al-hazf theory in interpreting the meaning of the Qur'an. The existence of this theory is generally used only to display the types and the samples of al-hazf, without discussion of the role of this theory in interpreting the verses. The results of this study indicate that the significance and the role of al-hazf theory in interpreting the meaning of Qur'anic verses lie in the use of taqdir  (estimated words) in certain spaces so that problematic verses literally can be understood. In addition, the al-hazf  theory also plays a role in interpreting meaning beyond the absence of the word when the Qur'anic verses do not mention it. This role proves the accuracy of the Qur'an that the meaning of "what is mentioned" and "what is not mentioned" in the text reinforce each other. The Qur'anic texts are concise and solid. This makes the difficult texts of Qur'an can understand. Therefore, the al-hazf theory is used to generate significant understanding in the aspects of structure and meaning of Qur’an.
At-Tawasul al-Fikri baina al-Hadarah al-Islamiyah wa al-Hadarah al-Igriqiyyah Ali, Isa Abdullah
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 2, No 1 (2017)
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This article aims to describe how early Islamic civilization was formed, which later became the foundation for later Islamic civilization. This paper with a historical approach tries to explain about the intellectual communication between the early Islamic civilization with the Greek civilization. This paper found that communication between Islamic civilization with Greek civilization started from the interaction process of Islamic scholars with Greek works through the process of massive translation during the Caliph Al-Mamun. The results of this translation have implications for the philosophy and theology of Islam proposed by early Islamic thinkers and philosophers. Although the philosophical and theological thinking they constructed was a Hellenistic, they blended on the principles of Islamic teachings, making it a distinctive philosophy and theology of Islam. From this was born Islamic civilization built on the foundation of faith and science in a balanced way, which is different from the Greek civilization is not based on faith. Intellectual communication between Islamic civilization with this Greek civilization which later gave birth to the European Renaissance.

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