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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 EFFECT OF WASTE MANAGEMENT ON THE ISLAMIC WORK ETHIC OF MADIUN COMMUNITY Kamaluddin, Imam; Yunita Wulandari, Yunita; Arief, Suyoto; Zarkasyi, Muhammad Ridlo
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 6, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v6i1.4141

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Work ethic is crucial to the growth of human life. Related to the problem of waste, humans must be able to position themselves with waste around it. As a result, this study will discuss a relationship between one's Islamic work ethic and the form of a Waste Bank in the surrounding area, in order to improve the community's Islamic work ethic. The study is a survey research with a quantitative descriptive approach with primary data obtained from questionnaires distributed to Waste Bank customers. Researchers want to know the influence of the Waste Bank on improving Islamic work ethic of Madiun community. The analysis results show that the value of t-count is greater than the value of t-table (11,788 1,97612) between the variables Waste Bank (X) and Islamic Work Ethic (Y), indicating that H0 was rejected and Ha was accepted. Thus there is an influence on the existence of a waste bank to increase the Islamic work ethic of the Madiun community. While the amount of influence is 48.4% and 51.6% is influenced by other variables outside the research.
The Approaches of Fatwa-Making in ash-Shinqeeti School Dahi, Tar Abdullahi
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 6, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v6i1.3953

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Considering the history of ash-Shinqeeti nawazils and jurisprudence, one can clearly realize how diverse and rich are the references and sources as well as the phrasings and content of them. The preferences and output of this school are diverse and rich, too. Broadly, this school adheres and is obligated to what is well-known in the Maliki and Qasemi approaches, thus opposing those who go beyond the scope of these approaches.            There are different factors bringing about diversity in ash-Shinqeeti fatwa-making, which have been dealt with in the present research. The most important factors are perhaps the approaches used in its fatwa-making. Among those approaches, the Moroccan one is of paramount importance, considering that this society is geographically close and has social and spiritual influences, and therefore significantly contributes to the improvement of knowledge of authors and their works. Still the Egyptian approach has been influential in ash-Shinqeeti jurisprudence and knowledge. In other words, the Egyptian Maliki school has majorly influenced authors and their publications. Among the most well-known publications is Mokhtasar by Khalil al-Jondi, which has been authored within the framework of Maliki jurisprudence, as well as Alfiyyah, which centers around syntax, among other works. The other influential approach is the Andalusian one, which extends on the Moroccan approach.            The diversity of approaches and sources have helped to enrich knowledge, making the language used in fatwa-making inclusive. There are other also aspects which have been discussed in this brief research.
CRITICIZING THE BUGIS ISLAMIC SCRIPT, PAU-PAU RIKADONNA I DARAMATASIA FROM SIRIQ NA PESSÉ PERSPECTIVE Mustari, Mustari
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 6, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v6i1.4345

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Pau-Pau Rikadonna I Daramatasia (PRID) is a very popular story and has an important position in the lives of Bugis people in South Sulawesi as well as in other region. In the script form, the story has three versions: Bone, Barru, and Pangkep. Not only being written in script form, the story is also staged in short films, picture stories, dances, and others. This article aims to understand the meaning for the Bugis' collective awareness of PRID stories. To reveal the meaning, Bone version of PRID will be used with considering the whole story. Bone's PRID is also unique because it has some additions of episodes at the beginning and at the end of the story that become the focus of this article analysis. In understanding the meaning contained in the PRID, Levi Strauss's theory of structuralism will be used by building binary opposition to the depth structure of the text. Based on the analysis conducted, the addition of episodes contained in the PRID version of Bone is closely related to the cultural value of siriq na pesse (honor and solidarity) which is opposing sharia values. This can be interpreted as an effort by the Bugis to reconcile the two values so that PRID is well thanked and appreciated until now as can be seen in Youtube contents.
ZAKAT WITHIN THE FRAME OF THE UNITARY STATE REPUBLIC OF INDONESIA: ADAPTABILITY OF SHARIA VALUES AND CULTURES Usman, M
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 6, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v6i1.4028

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This paper aims to elaborate the dynamics of Islamic law assimilation with local culture. With the hope that in the future it will form a basic perspective in shaping the philanthropy of contemporary Islamic law based on the reality of Indonesian society. The basic questions which is going to be answered through this paper are, first, the extent of the adaptability of Islamic law in the midst of multicultural society conditions in Indonesia. Second, what are juridical, normative and sociological arguments in placing zakat as a support for the integrity of the Unitary State Republic of Indonesia. Third, How is the Formulation of the Concept of Zakat within the frame of Unitary State Republic of Indonesia? The conclusion from this study shows that, first, the characteristics of Islamic law indicate the ability of adaptability to the culture of the society in which it is accepted. Even in this case Islam has provided important principles regarding rational development in efforts to adapt to its new environment. Second, placing zakat as a support for the integrity of the Unitary State Republic of Indonesia is worth to be formulated. This is a logical consequence of the efforts of the Islamic ummah to always place al-Qur'an and al-Sunnah as limited texts. One of the most fundamental results of Indonesian social culture is the realization of the Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia. Making the formulation of zakat in the frame of the Unitary State Republic of Indonesia is a clear proof that Islamic law contains universal values that are valid in any time and any place. Third, the methodological formulation of zakat in the frame of Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia is in a dynamic and accommodating ijtihad towards change. This methodological framework is based on al-Mashlahah, ‘Urf, Sad Dzaria'ah and dialectics between Gama and the State.
Strengthening Islamic Literature in the Indonesian English Language Teaching Irwansyah, Dedi
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 6, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v6i1.3486

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The emerging interest in using literature to teach English has not yet highlighted the significance of Islamic literature within Indonesian educational context. This article presents the portrayal of Islamic literature in English language teaching (ELT) study area and offers a possible conceptual model of integrating Islamic literature into ELT. Following a library research method, with the corpus consisting of fourteen stories and one poem derived from fifteen books, the findings of this study show that: most works of Islamic literature are designed for fluent readers; the presentation of Islamic literature is dominated by Middle East and Western writers; and the Western writers are not always sensitive to the symbols glorified by Muslim English learners in Indonesia. As to deal with the above findings, this study proposes a conceptual model consisting of input, process, and output elements. Not only does the proposed model strengthen the position of Islamic literature, but it also integrates the Islamic literature into English language teaching so that it could reach both fluent readers and beginning readers. The output of the proposed model, abridged and unabridged texts of the Islamic literature, can be utilized to teach vocabulary, grammar, the four basic skills of language, and Islamic values. 
Islamic Education Based on Religion Maturity in a Cross-Ideological Framework Gaffar, Abdul; Suud, Fitriah M.; Falah, Riza Zahriyal
Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 6, No 1 (2021)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.22515/islimus.v6i1.2983

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This article is a criticism of the Islamic education aspect, which always shown with a model of normative deductive tendencies. Of course, it is an impact on the learners. It is challenging to understand because reviewed full of knowledge that should be skyrocketing grounded, ranging from things that are theocentric to the abstract, tend to ignore the real reality that it is where the students live and interact with people different from themselves. Moreover, the methodology of teaching and learning teachers are comfortable in matters of religion. That is more suitable to be indoctrination and did not effect on dialogic. Indeed, Islamic education should attach continuously to the historical circumstances in which personalities live.

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