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DIALOG (p-ISSN: 0126-396x, e-ISSN: 2715-6230) is a periodical scientific journal which managed by Secretary of The Research and Development & Educational Training Agency - Ministry of Religious Affairs. This journal first published in 1976. But then, it was officially changed in to an electronic journal in 2018. It is published twice in a year (June and December). This journal is called Dialogue as a vehicle to discuss social, political, and religious issues in society.
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MEMAHAMI POLITIK MASYARAKAT MUSLIM Khalimi, M Firdaus
Jurnal Dialog Vol 34 No 2 (2011): JURNAL DIALOG
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Politics movement is a reaction of social changes. Hence, all of parties (including Islamic Parties) must understand the characteristics and structures of society (social structures usually are based on job, education, income, asset and religion). Modern society tends to pragmatism (demanding political aspiration as their appetite). One of failure of Islamic parties was the lack of understanding social structure of muslim society. This article highlights the importance of understanding the structure of muslim society for Islamic parties to do self, idea and movement contextualization.
KEGAGALAN PARTAI POLITIK ISLAM : KEGAGALAN AGENDA SETTING ? Sutanto, Muhammad Himawan
Jurnal Dialog Vol 34 No 2 (2011): JURNAL DIALOG
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In recent years, the failure of Islamic political parties in Indonesia has occurred as result of inability to make a good agenda setting. To solve this problem, this article highlights the importance of the pattern of political communication (including the communicator, message, media, communicant and its effects) for Islamic political parties. It must be a serious concern in arranging the agenda setting. The agenda setting must be based on the voters aspiration and rational values. By these ways, Islamic political parties will be independence from their big names (such as NU for National Awakening Party (PKB), Muhammadiyah for Mandate National Party (PAN).
PASANG SURUT DAN FRAGMENTASI POLITIK ISLAM DI INDONESIA Miftahussurur, Miftahussurur
Jurnal Dialog Vol 34 No 2 (2011): JURNAL DIALOG
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This descriptive­analytics article is aimed to trace­back the dynamics and fragmentation of political Islam in Indonesia. It focuses on relation between the dynamics of political Islam and its historical process and its social-political context. After reformation era, the power of political Islam in Indonesia has been getting highly and more fragmented. Rather, the fragmentation was seemingly caused by interest of elites than ideology dispute. It was the reason why the power of political Islam has been never unified, even to boost the people’s interest. The political Islam tended to struggle enforcing God’s law (syariah) rather than solving the real problem such as economy and basic need of society or ummah. In the fact, enforcing the Syariah law was merely artificial one. Finally, the political Islam always fails in transforming social, economy and politics due to its elitism.
PERUBAHAN PARADIGMA PERAN POLITIK PEMUDA ISLAM INDONESIA DARI MASA KE MASA AVIANTY, IFA
Jurnal Dialog Vol 34 No 2 (2011): JURNAL DIALOG
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Young generations might be deemed as backbone of a state. They hold the ideology state to be implemented in actions. It was recorded in the history of Indonesia that young generations, particularly Islamic young generation have contributed to establish the foundations of state and pave the door to independence. They also mobilized the reformation to Soeharto’s new order regime that people could benefit the results of it. Recently, the spirit of Islamic young generations to contribute in politics apparently decreases significantly. They are in favor to be passive groups and even ignore to the dynamics of Indonesia politics. So, what are the causes of this? Is it because of materialism lifestyle? This article explains some causes of this inclination while comparing to the role of last young generation in some era of Indonesia history.
REFORMASI MESIR: BERKACA PADA INDONESIA? Sahrasad, Herdi
Jurnal Dialog Vol 34 No 2 (2011): JURNAL DIALOG
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Nowadays, Egypt is in the hand of military that leads Egypt to the democratic life. In the same time, it was reported by media masses that one of five Egyptians lived under poverty line, and the 12% inflation reduced Egyptians income dramatically and caused impediment to get education, basic need and health. After Mubarak, Egyptian reformation is far from over. Will Egypt reformation be in common with Indonesia? How should Egypt be governed post-Mubarak? How are political, economic and social circumstances of Egypt after Mubarak? This paper explores deeply those questions.
PARADIGMA KARBALA DAN PROTES POLITIK KAUM SYI`AH * Fauzi, Ihsan Ali
Jurnal Dialog Vol 34 No 2 (2011): JURNAL DIALOG
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The Martyrdom of Husein in Karbala became cultural power for Syiah followers from any political and social groups, to protest what they considered as inequity. Why the Martyrdom of Husein was so important for Syiah followers? What is moral message behind his martyrdom so that it has been keeping and even developing until now? Some of modern Syiah followers utilize to protest against inequity. On the contrary, the opponents of Syiah also utilize the event for the opposite objectives. This article investigates why the martyrdom of Husain in Karbala so important and addresses the cultural and political effects of Karbala event from historical perspective.
POPULISME AKAR KETAHANAN POLITIK IDENTITAS: REFLEKSI PASANG SURUT POLITIK ISLAM DARI ORDE LAMA HINGGA ORDE REFORMASI Waid, Abdul
Jurnal Dialog Vol 34 No 2 (2011): JURNAL DIALOG
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The force of Islam politics always goes through ebb and flow. Unfortunately, the Islam politics has never been a main force in political arena of Indonesia, whereas the most population of Indonesia is muslim. This article addresses the question what strategy should be implemented to make Islam politics survive longer and longer. As the result, the unity of Islam politics’ vision and mission is an urgent to do. To do this, Islam politics must have one figure that is able to unify the fragmented muslims in many parties by campaigning the populism politics movement to defend political identity (Islam) and is able to do reconciliation Islamic parties to garner more than 60% votes in election.
ROHIS: DARI PENCARIAN IDENTITAS KE IDEOLOGISASI AGAMA Ropi, Ismatu
Jurnal Dialog Vol 34 No 2 (2011): JURNAL DIALOG
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ROHIS stands for Rohani (Spirit) Islam. It is school organization for religious (Islamic) activities (to develop self­potential, creativity, religious experiences and strengthen the faith) which will be useful for the next future life. In this point, ROHIS constitutes as a new identity for Islamic students at general school. As new identity, ROHIS raised many problems. Recently, a number of intolerant behaviors in some non­religious­based and religiousbased schools were apparently due to ROHIS. Finally, ROHIS was also suspected as the vehicle to spread the radicalism teachings. Surprisingly, the abuse of Rohis has been a trend and it should be investigated because of involvement of religion teacher, head master and adviser of Rohis. This article discusses this problem and confers recommendation to solve it
RASIONALISASI AGAMA DALAM ARENA POLITIK: DARI PILIHAN IDEOLOGIS KE PERTIMBANGAN RASIONAL Djamra, Nurus Shalihin
Jurnal Dialog Vol 34 No 2 (2011): JURNAL DIALOG
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This article describes the presence of Islamic party in West Sumatera resulting new dynamics in social and political structure of Minangkabau ethnic. Hence, muslims have boosted the strong and clean democracy because of their participation in politics particularly in 2004­2009 legislative election. Surprisingly, Islam is not always correlated with political choice. Eventhough the most population in West Sumatera is Islam, but their political choice is not always Islamic parties. The lose of Islam politics (Islamic Parties) in legislative election was the fact. This was seemingly because of shifting paradigm of constituent, from ideological consideration to rational consideration, from identity politics to national politics.

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