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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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TRADISI MITOS SANGKAL DALAM PERTUNANGAN DINI PERSPEKTIF KIAI DI MADURA Kuswandi, Iwan; Azizah, Lilik Fadilatin
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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This paper aims to analyze early childhood engagement in Pragaan, Madura. In this case, the focus of his study is on the views of the kiai in the area regarding people's belief in the myth of sangkal tako’  in the tradition of early engagement. This research uses a qualitative approach, with a type of case study. The location of this study is in Pragaan District, Sumenep Regency, Madura. The results of this study indicate that the kiai in Pruruan District, agree on the tradition of early engagement in their area, not in conflict with Islamic law. However, some scholars think that the blessing of parents is a condition of engagement, and some others say that girls are free to choose a partner. Furthermore, the myth of sangkal in the tradition of early childhood engagement is considered not to violate the Islamic Shari'a and is considered a habit (al'adah).
PEMAHAMAN MANASIK HAJI DI KALANGAN PERSIS PERSPEKTIF LIVING HADIS Danarta, Agung; Abror, Indal
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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This study aims to examine the meaning of the hadith about "take from me mansik of Hajj" among the PERSIS. The issue that is the focus of this research is a problem related to the pilgrimage ritual problem that is understood by a group of community organizations known as Islamic Unity (PERSIS). This research will be limited to the study of living hadith. This term can be defined as a phenomenon in the form of behavior patterns in Islamic societies that arise from their understanding of the hadith. The results showed that understanding Hajj rituals for PERSIS was important. This can be seen from the importance of the example of the Prophet Muhammad. Among pilgrims, there are those who make it important so that in carrying out the Hajj and its rituals must be in accordance with what is exemplified by the Prophet Muhammad. The importance of Hajj management changes that can make the pilgrimage run comfortably, and they can go home safely and healthily. So that after returning home can actualize in daily worship activities better
KONTRIBUSI TASAWUF BAGI PENGEMBANGAN PENDIDIKAN ISLAM Wasehudin, Wasehudin
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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Futurologists, since the 20th century, have predicted that the Indonesian nation will carry out a process of secularization, which makes the role of religion increasingly dominant in decision making, both in the social, economic, political and cultural spheres. The dominance of science and technology will shift to religious considerations in decision making in social life. Islamic education as a vehicle to teach that religion is a source of peace must make a transformative breakthrough, thus that Islamic values return to their basic framework. This article by philosophical study intends to trace the contribution of Sufism to Islamic education. It’s found that a conflict of understanding between the sharia and the essence of Sufism has resulted in a polytheism view. This happened because the inability to rationalize philosophical Sufism became mysticism. This inability to implicate the search for divine values only focuses on philosophical truth values, which leads to the dualism of truth between the sharia and the essence. In fact, these two paths of truth are integrated and united, thus contributing to the fortification of the formation of noble character in Islamic education.
FENOMENA ISBAL DAN MEMANJANGKAN JENGGOT: ANALISA SOSIAL HISTORIS HADIS NABI MUHAMMAD Yusron, Muhammad; Suryadilaga, Muhammad Alfatih
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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This research is based on the phenomenon of people with thick beards and anti- isbal (cloth under the ankles) has become a unique character in various layers of Muslims. The pressing point of prohibiting the imposition of cloth under the ankle is the existence of the arrogance of the person wearing it, so it can be assumed that what should be avoided is the arrogant nature itself, not the imposition of cloth in specific. Meanwhile, the command to keep the beard accompanied by orders to cut the mustache is associated as a distinguishing form with the Majus people in the Classical era. However, considering its temporal nature, which means it is possible to change and by the situation and conditions. For the time being, Muslim identity is certainly not just by relying on beards, especially in situations where beards have become a trend of the appearance of anyone and anywhere.
AL-‘ALĀQAH BAYN AL-NUTQ WA AL-HURŪF FĪ AL-MASĀHIF AL-MABNIYYAH ‘ALĀ AL-RASM AL-‘UŚMĀNĪ: Dirāsah ‘An Al-HKam Warā’a Ikhtilāf Rasm Ba’d Al-Kalimāt Al-Qur’āniyyah ‘Alā Al-Rasm Al-‘Imlā’ī Sukamta, Sukamta
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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The origin of Arabic letters is to write them down as spoken, without adding or subtracting, and without exchanging or changing, thus called standard letters. However, there are a number of words in the Quran that have deviated from this rule written in Ottoman letters. This article discusses the Qur’anic words written by maintaining their authenticity, and the wisdom behind the differences in writing the Quranic words. Using a historical analysis of Qur’anic writing based on seven dialects, it’s concluded that the writing of the Qur’an based on Ottoman letters is intended to maintain the authenticity of the words it uses because it was written as reported by the Prophet. The spelling rules of Ottoman letters lead the Qur’anic words to be read in different ways, which caused in three reasons, namely: there is one word has two readings but is written in one letter; there is one word with two writings that can be written in two letters, and there is one word that has a lot of reading and is written based on this reading. It shows the miracle of Quranic numbers written in Ottoman letters.
“HALAL” AS A COMPETITIVE DISTINCTION FOR ISLAMIC HIGHER EDUCATION IN PREPARING MUSLIM MILLENIALS Salman, Abdul Matin; Halim, Abd.; Rohman, Nur; Susilayati, Muslimah
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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The present study aims to investigate the implementation of halal as a competitive distinction for Islamic higher education in preparing the Muslim millennials at the State Islamic Institutes. This research employed both quantitative and qualitative (mixed method) by administering questionnaires to final semester students and conducting interviews with the campus program planners. The data were descriptively analyzed by using statistical computation before being interpreted. The finding showed that 72,9% of the students had studied halal concept, 83,3% of them had known halal products from MUI labels, and 45,8% of them understood the maqasid shariah. The results of interviews revealed that the institution is continuing to prepare the establishment of halal study center by collaborating with other institutions.

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