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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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IDENTIFIKASI KOLEKTIF DAN IDEOLOGISASI JIHAD: Saloom, Gazi
Jurnal Dialog Vol 38 No 1 (2015): JURNAL DIALOG
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This article articulates that the terrorists in Indonesia are basically a group of normal people who have sound minds and a long-term goal to establish an Islamic government system based on the teachings of the Quran and Hadith. This study employed qualitative approach by acquiring the data through interviews, document analysis and media information covering terrorists and terrorism. A former terrorist involved in Bali bombing I served as the research informant. Data from in-depth interviews and document analysis were analyzed by utilizing social identity and social cognition theory about ideology of jihad. The article concludes that the changing process from the ordinary people into the terrorist strongly relates to jihad ideology and search for identity.
WISATA RELIGI DI BALI: Murtadho, Muhamad
Jurnal Dialog Vol 38 No 1 (2015): JURNAL DIALOG
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Religious tourism serves as an attractive choice in revitalizing religious faith among people in the modern society and an economic improvement for the local society. Bali as one of world-class tourist attractions in Indonesia has been known as the land of god that indicates its religiousness. This study attempts to explore the potential of religious tourism in Bali from the perspectives of non –Hindu people. Focusing on the potentials of Islamic tourism in Bali, this study finds out that there is a high potential for non-Hindu tourism in Bali and that there is a demand for non-Hindu-friendly tourism including the availability of halal foods and decent praying facilities.
EKSISTENSI AGAMA SIKH DI JABODETABEK Abidin, Zainal
Jurnal Dialog Vol 38 No 1 (2015): JURNAL DIALOG
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This study investigates the existence aspect of Sikh followers in Jabodetabek (Jakarta, Bogor, Depok, Tangerang and Bekasi) regions. It aims to provide data and information regarding the government services to all religious communities including minorities, such as Sikh. The existence aspects under study include the short history, the basic teachings, rituals, institutions, and social interaction. This study utilizes qualitative research using postcolonial and subaltern perspective from Gayatri C Spivak’s view. Theologically, Sikh believes in monotheism that was mentioned by Waheguru and Guru Nanank (1469-1539). Sikh has a holy book named Guru Granth Sahib. Sikh temple is called Gurdwara or the “gateway to the Guru”. Sikh followers came to Indonesia from Amritsar, Punjab, India, (now Pakistan territory) through Aceh, North Sumatra and Jakarta. Sikh followers are managed under the Hindu Guidance Directorate. They do not have a national organization that accommodates Sikh community in Indonesia. It can be concluded that the existence of the Sikh in Jabodetabek area is somewhat subaltern.
MODAL SOSIAL PELAKU DALAIL KHAIRAT Jalil, Abdul
Jurnal Dialog Vol 38 No 1 (2015): JURNAL DIALOG
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This study discusses the Social Capital of Dala’il Khairat actors at school Darul Falah school by Kiai Ahmad Bashir Kudus. This study aims to determine how donators’ social capital of Dala’il Khairat defined success in economic field. The donators are the alumni who live outside the pesantren and develop business ventures in some areas such as: Central Java, Yogyakarta, and Kuningan, West Java. By applying qualitative research this study was conducted in Pesantren Darul Falah Jekulo, Kudus, Central Java. Data were collected through participatory observation, interview, and documentation. The informants include mujiz Dala’il Khairat, school administrates, the students, community leaders, and alumni donators of Dala’il Khairat. It finds out that donators’ social capitals, such as the existence of social networks before and after donation, their business cooperation, and the trust, encouraged the pesantren economic success donators’ potential development. These social capitals have become a determining factor of developing commercialization among the donators who run their business and at the same time have helped the success in the economic field of the pesantren.
KONTRIBUSI NU SEBAGAI ORGANISASI CIVIL SOCIETY DALAM DEMOKRATISASI Suryani, Suryani
Jurnal Dialog Vol 38 No 1 (2015): JURNAL DIALOG
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This paper illustrates how the political dynamics of Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) as a part of civil society in Indonesia in the national political constellation. NU is a concrete example of the people power in the form of civil society whose existence should be noted. As the largest Muslim community in Indonesia, NU was recorded as the entity who contacted and reinforced the concept of civil society in Indonesia earlier than other Muslim modernist communities. NU activists and intellectuals play an earlier role in developing the discourse of civil society since the independence to now compared to Muhammadiyah, HMI alumni, or other Muslim leaders alumni from Masyumi.
INTERPRETATIVE UNDERSTANDING TERHADAP MAKNA SIMBOL AL-FATIHAH DALAM AMALIAH TASHARRAFUL FATIHAH PADA MASYARAKAT BANTUL, YOGYAKARTA Muhlis, Imam; Fathorrahman, Fathorrahman
Jurnal Dialog Vol 38 No 1 (2015): JURNAL DIALOG
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Tasharruful Fatihah is one of religious rituals growing in Nahdatul Ulama (NU) surroundings at Bantul regency as a means of devotion, worship, and reverence to Allah the Almighty. This ritual recites al-Fatihah as the primary reading. This ritual procession is barely seen as a symbol of belief that it is a different method to be closer to the Almighty. The series of this ritual becomes one encouraging source for a worship movement towards Allah. This study recommends that Tasharruful Fatihah initiated by some NU leaders is an attempt of dialoguing Islam with the local culture as an inseparable unity. Nevertheless, there are fundamental differences in the source of Islamic teachings versus the source of social traditions.
PENERIMAAN PARTAI POLITIK ISLAM DI PTAIN: Nurhayati, Cucu; Hasan, Hamka
Jurnal Dialog Vol 38 No 1 (2015): JURNAL DIALOG
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UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta is an institution representing Islam as values, religion, ideology, rituals, and symbols. With these characters, Islamic political parties gain a high sympathy in this institution. Having approximately 25,000 students, 1000 academic and administrative staffs, UIN should have been a mass basis for Islamic political parties. Despite the assumption that Islamic community is a potential vote raiser for Islamic political parties, the parties were not significantly considered by the UIN Jakarta academicians. This study focuses on the students’ acceptance on political parties by their party affiliations. 450 respondents were questioned on this matter and 51,1% of them stated that they are not affiliated or a part of Islamic political parties (while the 48,9% stated that they are). Only 42% of respondents (140 students) are affiliated to Islamic parties, while 58% are not.
KOLABORASI KULTUR DAN KONSEP AL-‘URF DALAM MEMBANGUN FIKIH MAZHAB INDONESIA Zuhri, Saifudin
Jurnal Dialog Vol 38 No 1 (2015): JURNAL DIALOG
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The Indonesian fiqh schools in Indonesia become unique as it relies on the national cultures as the colors of fiqh. Diverse cultural factors and the vast number of Muslim population around 80% out of 235 millions of the population account for the Indonesian fiqh to be considered among the Islamic fiqh schools. Some fiqh innovations were produced due to legal collaboration between fiqh legal and Indonesian culture. The development of fiqh schools has been clearly demonstrated in the Sabilul Muhtadin book, a work of Muhammad Arsyad al-Banjari (1710-1812 AD), which continues today in the hands of Gus Dur, Ali Yafie, and others. Harmonious collaboration between Indonesian customs and Islam becomes a positive and progressive synergy in developing.
STRATEGI PENINGKATAN MUTU RINTISAN MADRASAH UNGGUL: Farida, Erlina
Jurnal Dialog Vol 38 No 1 (2015): JURNAL DIALOG
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The presence of exemplary madrasa colors the existence of madrassas in Indonesia in the midst of modernized and globalized era. The existence of MTsN Yogyakarta I as a featured pilot school by the Ministry of Religious Affairs is admirable due to its quality as an excellent school based on the assessment of the MoRA Yogyakarta Province. This madrasa is able to accommodate the parents’ need to send their children to an excellent religious education and an excellent Islamic custom habituation. Various strategies have been undertaken by this madrasa to achieve a superior madrasa, such as: improving the quality educators, service quality, organizational culture, infrastructure, curriculum innovation and learning, especially the development of superior class to realize its excellence.

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