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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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TRANSFORMATION ON THE MUSLIM WOMEN ROLE AND ITS IMPACT ON THE FAMILY RESILIENCE Suripto, Agus Suryo; Rofiq, Ahmad; Jamil, Muhsin
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 5, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i1.2799

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Transformation on the women role can be considered as the process of developing the mankind civilization. In the past, the transformation of women had been more by the economic motive. Along with the turn of the century, the women role has not only been dominated by the economy-related motive and domain but has expanded to the domains that used to be occupied by men. As a result, such role transformation has brought certain impacts to the actors. With reference to the statement, the high figure of divorce law suit has been suspected as one of the impacts caused by the transformation. Therefore, through the review several efforts will be pursued in order to identify why, on the one hand, women have crippled the family resilience and, on the other hand, women have strengthened the family resilience. The results of the review show that the transformation on the women role have resulted in two different conditions within the family resilience. The vulnerability and the strength of the family resilience might at least be categorized into three dimensions namely the dimension of physical resilience, the dimension of social resilience, and the dimension of psychological resilience. In terms of physical resilience, both the vulnerable family and the strong family have relatively met their fundamental needs. On the contrary, there are differences in the other two dimensions namely the social resilience and the psychological resilience. In terms of social resilience, the vulnerable family and the strong family has displayed different quality on the aspects of conflict management, effective communication, and religious values. Similarly, in terms of psychological resilience the vulnerable family and the strong family has also displayed different quality on the aspects of positive self-concept, right and responsibility fulfilment satisfaction, family harmony maintenance, mutual respect and self-esteem, and compassion. The different quality on the dimension of social resilience and the dimension of psychological quality has resulted in the different end of the family life.
FARID ESACK'S QUR’ANIC HERMENEUTICS OF PLURALISM FOR INTERRELIGIOUS COOPERATION IN INDONESIA Muttaqin, Zaenal
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 5, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i1.2813

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In contemporary Islamic thought, religious pluralism has been a discourse that many Moslem scholars have introduced to the Islamic community. One of the scholars is Dr. Farid Esack, a South African exegete who is also well-known as a human right activist. Brought up under an apartheid regime ruling South Africa, Esack is of a certain opinion that religion should function to struggle against any unjust order. To make a radical and fundamental change, according to Esack, there is no way but to constructively reinterpret religious discourse and role so as to be a tool of liberation. Using yet controversial a hermeneutical analysis on the Qur'an, Farid Esack raises the idea of pluralism dealing critically with the struggle against oppression and toward liberation for South Africa.
TRANSMISSION OF ANTIPLURALISM IN THE MILLENNIAL DIGITAL MEDIA SPACE Shaleh, Shaleh; Ansyory, Anhar; Putro, Khamim Zarkasyih; Jandra, Mifedwil
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 5, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i1.2794

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Excessive religious attitudes have shown an increasing trend among young people in some research results. This research intends to examine the transmission of anti-pluralism in the digital media space of millennial youth. For this purpose, researchers used a qualitative case study method by collecting data through site observations used by millennials, searching for documents on digital media, and interviews with several youths, some of whom had been influenced by the doctrine of anti-pluralism. The results of this study indicated that adherents of anti-pluralism had transmitted this understanding in the digital space of millennials through hyperlinks between sites. These links are used to transform understandings, among others: anti-difference, sole ruler of truth, thaghut, anti-Pancasila, and revolution. This transmission was an effort to carry out clandestine regeneration with the young millennial generation who are the primary users of this media.
USLŪB AL-TIKRĀR FĪ SŪRAH AL-MUAWIŻATAIN Huda, Nur
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 5, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i1.2393

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This study aims to describe the repetition and its effect in the muawwiżatain surah. This research is a qualitative study using descriptive methods. Qualitative research is one of the research procedures that analyzes descriptive data in the form of observed speech or writing. Descriptive method aims to describe and analyze data about the style of repetition in muawwiżatain. Repetition is a form of repetition, both in terms of sounds, syllables, words, or sentence parts that are considered important to put pressure in accordance with the expected context. This research confirms the existence of rhetorical language in the form of repetition that is contained and spread in muawiżatain surahs giving greater influence and effect in the hearts and minds of readers. In this study, found 7 (seven) types of repetition, each of which is alliteration, rhyme, asonance, epizueksis, epistrofa, simploke, and anaphora. This research confirms that repetition as a form of language style is very different from repetition as a form of weakness of writers or authors. In addition, repetition has an important role in optimizing the repetition function which incidentally helps in emphasizing the intent and giving certain effects.
JUHŪD AL-ASYĀ’IRAH AL-MUĀSRĪN FĪ AL-TAQRĪB BAYN AL-AFKĀR AL-SUNNIYYAH: AL-SYAIKH HASAN AL-SYĀFI’Ī NAMŪŻAJAN Mohamed, Nabil Fouly
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 5, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i1.2795

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The article aims to describe Hasan al-Shafi’i’s view of uniting Sunnis theologically as an applied model. Through historical-philosophical analysis, this article found that Hasan al-Shafi’i viewed the need to unite Sunni viewpoints in the contemporary era. With his background in communication with the Islamic world and the West, Hasan al-Shafi’i confirmed the importance of understanding I’tidāl from al-Asy’ari theology. This theology rests on the spirit of harmony and tolerance, assuming that diversity is fairness and that plural life is the foundation of life that must be maintained. This view implies the restoration of theological relations between Sunni groups. Such a converged approach can serve as a model that is methodologically expected to enhance rapprochement on and off the Sunni spectrum
MASLAHAH AL-MURSALAH: AN ALTERNATIVE APPROACH TO LEGAL DEVELOPMENT OF INDONESIA LAW LABOR SYSTEM Fakhrudin, Ali; Gunarto, Gunarto; Khisni, Akhmad
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 5, No 1 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i1.2448

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This study aims to offer an alternative approach to the implementation of the labor law system in Indonesia. With the approach of Islamic law and socio-legal research as its basic tools for analyzing the implementation of various labor law regulations, the results of the study show; first, various labor problems that arise at this time are caused by, among others, there is no common understanding yet on the concept of equal relationship between workers and employers, the lack of government political will in enforcing the rules, the low skills of labor, uncertainty of market mechanisms, uneven distribution of the worker, and the presence of foreign workers; second, the implementation of the labor system is still far away from the concept of fiqh ijarah; and third, the lack of work spirituality. 

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