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ALIF LAM: Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities @ Published by Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam (STAI) Darul Kamal NW Kembang Kerang NTB Jln. Pariwisata Km1 Kembang Kerang Daye Aikmel NTB, Indonesia [83653]
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Alif Lam: Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities
ISSN : 27752461     EISSN : 27747093     DOI : https://doi.org/10.51700/aliflam.v1i1
LĪF LĀM: Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities is a journal that has been registered with E-ISSN 2774-7093, P-ISSN 2775-2461 and has been confirmed at The ISSN International Center published by the Darul Kamal Islamic School NW Kembang Kerang NTB. This journal was initiated on the basis of the idea of ​​how to integrate Islamic studies with other studies. In other words, a problem should be done with various scientific approaches. Therefore, this journal focuses on two categories, namely the results of research and the results of reviews [analysis] of theses, dissertations or books.
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THE CONCEPT OF MAḤABBAH PERSPECTIVE OF RABI'ATUL ADAWIYAH Humdan, Siti Asiah
Jurnal AlifLam Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Alif Lam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1029.432 KB) | DOI: 10.51700/aliflam.v1i1.79

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The Divine love story of Rabi’atul Adawiyah is one of the legendary stories that has been told from time to time. This story has washed away many hearts of listeners, especially those who want to be one with God. However, this story is often only used as a fairy tale that leaves no mark on the listeners, even though this story gives a great awareness of the importance of one's love for others and of course for God. Rabiatul Adawiyah appeared as a tough woman not necessarily a great lover, but was born from the womb of a life full of struggles. His life experiences, socio-political conditions, his views on world life, and the existence of his God became a long process in his search for and discovering the concept of divine love.
THE MEANING OF á¹¢ALÄ€T IN AL-QUR'AN: Semantic Analysis of Toshihiko Izutsu Syafirin, Muhammad
Jurnal AlifLam Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Alif Lam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (1549.583 KB) | DOI: 10.51700/aliflam.v1i1.94

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This article discusses the meaning of ṣalāt in the Qur'an. So far, the word of ṣalāt has only been interpreted in terms of ritual worship alone. In reality, the meaning of ṣalāt in the Al-Qur'an has many meanings. To reveal this variant of meaning, the semantic theory of Toshihiko Izutsu was used in the concept of weltanschauunglehrer and elaborated with literature study-based research which made the Al-Qur'an as the primary material and the commentaries as secondary material. After going through several stages of research, the word ṣalāt in the Al-Quran has several equivalent meanings, such as the words al-dzikr, al-istighfar, al-sujud, and al-Qur'ān. Meanwhile, the antonym of the ṣalāt is sāhûn and mujrimûn.
TREND OF HALAL TOURISM AS A LIVING QUR'AN PRACTICE IN LOMBOK Maryam, Siti
Jurnal AlifLam Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Alif Lam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (956.782 KB) | DOI: 10.51700/aliflam.v1i1.96

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The trend of halal tourism is not only seen as an effort to develop the economy of an area, but also the concept of making Muslim tourists comfortable when carrying out tourism activities, by providing adequate worship facilities, water availability, halal food in restaurant and hotel, prevention of practice immoral and others. This atricle wil focus on: (1) how the concept of halal tourism; (2) what factors cause halal tourism to be developed; (3) how halal tourism affects religiosity and increases the economic welfare of the region. This research found that the concept of halal tourism is very important to continue to be developed, because it is a practice of reviving the Qur'an (living Qur'an) in tourism activities. In addition, halal tourism is also a manifestation of hifz din (safeguarding religion), by doing so that religious rules are implemented properly and correctly
THE PHENOMENON OF ZIKIR SAMAN IN BONJEROK VILLAGE- JONGGAT, CENTRAL LOMBOK WEST NUSA TENGGARA Atiq, Muhammad
Jurnal AlifLam Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Alif Lam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (975.184 KB) | DOI: 10.51700/aliflam.v1i1.97

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This article will discuss the tradition of recitation of zikr Saman in Bonjeruk Village, Central Lombok West Nusa Tenggara. By photographing the phenomenon of the Zikir Saman, this article will review how Zikir Saman implemented in the society by being inspired by hadith texts and along with its acculturation to local culture. By using the living Hadith lens, this research goes through the stages of observation, interview, documentation and interpretation. The identification of problems in this reserach includes: a brief history and development of the zikr saman in Bonjeruk Village, the form of performance and its function in the muslim society. The findings of this study are: First, the tradition of Zikir Saman in Bonjeruk Village has sanad connection to Zikir Saman in Banten which was initiated by Shaykh Abdul Karim. Second, the zikir Saman in Bonjeruk Village experiences dynamics from time to time: from sacred rituals ferformance to profane entertainment show, zikir Saman staged in tourism events. Third, the recitation of Zikr Saman in Bonjeruk Village was a tradition inherent in the aristocracy habitus, because the first bearer of this tradition was Raden Hukum (Datu/King Jonggat). But later, this tradition developed into a folk tradition that most people are interested in.
THE ROOTS OF MERARIK TRADITION: From Resistance To Acculturation Faizin, Khairul
Jurnal AlifLam Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Alif Lam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (767.936 KB) | DOI: 10.51700/aliflam.v1i1.98

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This paper describes the origin of the Sasak-Lombok tribe's tradition of pulling which is based on oral folklore. The roots of this tradition can be traced back to the history of the 17th century Lombok-Bali meeting. In general, there are four views about the roots of the formation of the Sasak tribe tradition of drawing. The four views are First, pulling is a traditional Sasak norm; The second merarik is a resistance to the shackles of the triwangsa social strata; The third merarik is the release of Sasak women from the kidnapping of Balinese Buleleng soldiers; The fourth line is the acculturation of Balinese culture.
THE CONCEPT OF MAḤABBAH PERSPECTIVE OF RABI'ATUL ADAWIYAH Siti Asiah Humdan
Jurnal AlifLam: Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Alif Lam
Publisher : STAI Darul Kamal NW Kembang Kerang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51700/aliflam.v1i1.79

Abstract

The Divine love story of Rabi’atul Adawiyah is one of the legendary stories that has been told from time to time. This story has washed away many hearts of listeners, especially those who want to be one with God. However, this story is often only used as a fairy tale that leaves no mark on the listeners, even though this story gives a great awareness of the importance of one's love for others and of course for God. Rabiatul Adawiyah appeared as a tough woman not necessarily a great lover, but was born from the womb of a life full of struggles. His life experiences, socio-political conditions, his views on world life, and the existence of his God became a long process in his search for and discovering the concept of divine love.
THE MEANING OF ṢALĀT IN AL-QUR'AN: Semantic Analysis of Toshihiko Izutsu Muhammad Syafirin
Jurnal AlifLam: Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Alif Lam
Publisher : STAI Darul Kamal NW Kembang Kerang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51700/aliflam.v1i1.94

Abstract

This article discusses the meaning of ṣalāt in the Qur'an. So far, the word of ṣalāt has only been interpreted in terms of ritual worship alone. In reality, the meaning of ṣalāt in the Al-Qur'an has many meanings. To reveal this variant of meaning, the semantic theory of Toshihiko Izutsu was used in the concept of weltanschauunglehrer and elaborated with literature study-based research which made the Al-Qur'an as the primary material and the commentaries as secondary material. After going through several stages of research, the word ṣalāt in the Al-Quran has several equivalent meanings, such as the words al-dzikr, al-istighfar, al-sujud, and al-Qur'ān. Meanwhile, the antonym of the ṣalāt is sāhûn and mujrimûn.
TREND OF HALAL TOURISM AS A LIVING QUR'AN PRACTICE IN LOMBOK Siti Maryam
Jurnal AlifLam: Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Alif Lam
Publisher : STAI Darul Kamal NW Kembang Kerang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51700/aliflam.v1i1.96

Abstract

The trend of halal tourism is not only seen as an effort to develop the economy of an area, but also the concept of making Muslim tourists comfortable when carrying out tourism activities, by providing adequate worship facilities, water availability, halal food in restaurant and hotel, prevention of practice immoral and others. This atricle wil focus on: (1) how the concept of halal tourism; (2) what factors cause halal tourism to be developed; (3) how halal tourism affects religiosity and increases the economic welfare of the region. This research found that the concept of halal tourism is very important to continue to be developed, because it is a practice of reviving the Qur'an (living Qur'an) in tourism activities. In addition, halal tourism is also a manifestation of hifz din (safeguarding religion), by doing so that religious rules are implemented properly and correctly
THE PHENOMENON OF ZIKIR SAMAN IN BONJEROK VILLAGE- JONGGAT, CENTRAL LOMBOK WEST NUSA TENGGARA Muhammad Atiq
Jurnal AlifLam: Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Alif Lam
Publisher : STAI Darul Kamal NW Kembang Kerang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51700/aliflam.v1i1.97

Abstract

This article will discuss the tradition of recitation of zikr Saman in Bonjeruk Village, Central Lombok West Nusa Tenggara. By photographing the phenomenon of the Zikir Saman, this article will review how Zikir Saman implemented in the society by being inspired by hadith texts and along with its acculturation to local culture. By using the living Hadith lens, this research goes through the stages of observation, interview, documentation and interpretation. The identification of problems in this reserach includes: a brief history and development of the zikr saman in Bonjeruk Village, the form of performance and its function in the muslim society. The findings of this study are: First, the tradition of Zikir Saman in Bonjeruk Village has sanad connection to Zikir Saman in Banten which was initiated by Shaykh Abdul Karim. Second, the zikir Saman in Bonjeruk Village experiences dynamics from time to time: from sacred rituals ferformance to profane entertainment show, zikir Saman staged in tourism events. Third, the recitation of Zikr Saman in Bonjeruk Village was a tradition inherent in the aristocracy habitus, because the first bearer of this tradition was Raden Hukum (Datu/King Jonggat). But later, this tradition developed into a folk tradition that most people are interested in.
THE ROOTS OF MERARIK TRADITION: From Resistance To Acculturation Khairul Faizin
Jurnal AlifLam: Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 1 No 1 (2020): Alif Lam
Publisher : STAI Darul Kamal NW Kembang Kerang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.51700/aliflam.v1i1.98

Abstract

This paper describes the origin of the Sasak-Lombok tribe's tradition of pulling which is based on oral folklore. The roots of this tradition can be traced back to the history of the 17th century Lombok-Bali meeting. In general, there are four views about the roots of the formation of the Sasak tribe tradition of drawing. The four views are First, pulling is a traditional Sasak norm; The second merarik is a resistance to the shackles of the triwangsa social strata; The third merarik is the release of Sasak women from the kidnapping of Balinese Buleleng soldiers; The fourth line is the acculturation of Balinese culture.

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