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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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THE ORIGIN OF THE POLITICAL CONSCIOUSNESS IN MUHAMMADIYAH: AN EPISTEMOLOGICAL ANALYSIS TOWARD INDONESIA’S MUSLIM-REFORMIST MOVEMENT Al-Hamdi, Ridho
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 5, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i2.2706

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This article examines the origin of the political consciousness of Muhammadiyah. Thus, the article aims to investigate the origin of the political consciousness of Muhammadiyah to be a reference for Muhammadiyah’s elites, functionaries, cadres, and members in the way of thinking and behaving, mainly in the context of political affairs. Methodologically, this article is a qualitative research by applying two techniques in data-gathering: documentary and interview. The finding demonstrates that the origin of political consciousness of Muhammadiyah can be traced back into a fourfold thing: the influence of the Islamic reformist idea mainly coming from the middle east, the awareness of liberation from backwardness, the awareness of liberation from colonization, and the awareness of liberation from the Christian penetration.
MUH. SYARIEF SUKANDI’S HARIRING WANGSITING GUSTI NU MAHA SUCI: POETIC TRANSLATION OF THE QUR’ĀN AND THE REFORMIST MUSLIM AMBIVALENCE Rohmana, Jajang A
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 5, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i2.2864

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This study focuses on the tradition of Sundanese literary among the reformist Muslims. My object of study is a Sundanese book of poetic translation of the Qur’ān in the form of metrical verse or dangding entitle Hariring Wangsiting Gusti Nu Maha Suci (A Hymn of God Revelation the Most Holy) using translation approach and critical discourse analysis. The book is written by Muh. Syarief Sukandi (1931-1997). He was known as a member of Indonesian army, ‘ulamā’ and activist of reformist Islamic organization, Islamic Union (Persatuan Islam or Persis). Sukandi’s Hariring was published by Bina Insan Asy-Syarief Foundation in 2010. It contains 23 translations of the Qur’anic short surahs amount to 63 stanzas. He uses many types of metrum (pupuh). The study confirms that Sukandi’s Hariring tends to be a translation of exegesis (al-tarjamah al-tafsīriyyah) that was limited by the metrum rules. However, Sukandi’s Hariring is not only shows the influence of Sundanese nature, but also his effort to strengthen Islamic ideology which closer to pre-Islamic culture. It can be seen in the use of some Sundanese words of pre-Islamic period. It is an ambivalence that may be contrary to the purification ideology of Persis, because considered to contaminate the purity of Islamic teachings. It is a work of another side of reformist Muslim which do not keep the distance from local culture.
WOMEN’S LEADERSHIP IN ISLAM: A HISTORICAL PERSPECTIVE OF A HADITH Bakri, Syamsul
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i2.3276

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This paper aims to describe woman’s leadership in Islam. Woman’s leadership had become considerable polemic in Islamic history. The data source of this qualitative research was taken from books of hadith. The data was analyzed using the hermeneutical Takhrij method and historical approach. A conclusion drawn from this study is that the woman’s leadership prohibition originally was referred from hadith narrated by Abu Bakrah as the common link. He had interpreted the meaning of hadith from his cognizance. It was influenced by his philosophy of cosmology and culture at that time, which cannot be said to represent Islam. In critical studies, hadith has a temporal and conditional meaning. The prohibition for women’s leadership occurred because many ulama interpret the misogynist hadith textually, instead of historically. This historical approach to misogynist hadith has led to the conclusion that there is nothing wrong with women’s leadership in government as long as they have the capacity, knowledge, and skills. The psycho-historical approach at the time of the Prophet Muhammad and the socio-cultural conditions that developed during the era increasingly showed that the hadith was not an absolute prohibition for a woman to lead a government.
ISLAM AS ADAT OR ADAT AS ISLAM? REEXAMINING MINANGKABAU IDENTITY IN CONTEMPORARY GLOBAL CONTEXT Tuhri, Mufdil
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 5, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i2.2461

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This article aims to know why “adat bersendi Syara, Syara bersendi kitabullah” is so important today for Minangkabau community? In this sense, why is Islam so important to the Minangkabau community? Is it true that the need to reemerging Islam in Minangkabau as it was in the early days, was running similarly or was deviating from its direction and purpose? I will put this on the grassroots view as reflected from the various academic resources of the Minangkabau history of the pre-Colonial and Colonial Islam which became the basis
ISLAM NUSANTARA: A STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF LOCAL WISDOM VALUE ON CUSTOMARY COMMUNITY’S PIETY IN KAMPUNG NAGA Muslim, Azis
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i2.2348

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Community empowerment takes a long time and an appropriate strategy to achieve success. Moreover, innovation delivered constitutes the regulations restricting the empowered community’s moving space. This research generally portraits pamali (taboo) strategy in conducting community empowerment and particularly aims to study local wisdom value in building the piety of Kampung Naga community. The research was conducted using phenomenological descriptive qualitative approach with an interactive technique of analysis. Data collection was carried out through interview, observation, and documentation. The result of research showed that innovation constituting local wisdom made by Kampung Naga community’s ancestor could build piety in three domains: spiritual, social, and environment. Through those three pieties, Kampung Naga community becomes a powerful Islam community in archipelago nuance and becomes Islam community that is rahmatan lil alamin.
QAWĀ’ID DAF’ TAZĀHUM AL-WĀJIBĀT WA TATBĪQĀTUHĀ al-Zanki, Salih Q. Karim; Saad Khadir, Fatima Tariq Mohamed
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 5, No 2 (2020)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v5i2.2360

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Duties are legitimate interests, and the principle in interests is to do them all or to do extra more unless this is not possible. The Mukallaf may have more than one Islamic duty to perform, while he may not be able to perform them all. What can he do in this situation? What depiction of the issue of crowding-out of duties? and how did the scholars tackle the issue of overcrowding of duties? There were many previous studies that discussed the subject of the jurisprudence of priorities relating to our study question, but it does not discuss it in detail, analysis, and representation. The study adopted the analytical approach through the study of the Islamic texts, independent reasoning, and fatwas related to the study, and the inductive approach by researching the Islamic texts, evidence, and the branches of Jurisprudence, and drawing rules from them. The study concluded the results that there are rules that help the Mukallaf to pay the competition between the duties, by providing the highest, the strongest, and the first in order to prioritize the most important duty to what is below it whenever there is an accumulation of duties.

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