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International Journal of Nusantara Islam
ISSN : 2355651X     EISSN : 22525904     DOI : -
International Journal of Nusantara Islam is focused on Islamic studies related to its teachings resources, thoughts, history, law, politics, economics, education, culture, Islamic propagation, communication, psychology, and science and technology available in the Nusantara territories i.e. Indonesia, Malaysia, Brunei Darussalam, Singapore, Thailand, the Philippines, and Timor Leste. This journal also covers contemporary Islamic issues emerging in the Nusantara territories or countries. International Journal of Nusantara Islam invites and appreciates writers who write any Arabic or English scientific work in the form of both research report and significant opinion on Islamic studies and issues mentioned above. Any work published in this journal does not represent this journal editorial board‟s opinion and perspective, but merely its writer‟s findings and thought. For this reason, it is essential that the writer be fully responsible for whatever he or she wrote.
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The Roles of the Institution of Pesantren in the Development of Rural Society: A Study in Kabupaten Tasikmalaya, West Java, Indonesia Muhamad Mustari
International Journal of Nusantara Islam Vol 1, No 1 (2013): International Journal of Nusantara Islam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijni.v1i1.34

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Pesantrens are the oldest non-formal and traditional Islamic educational institution in Indonesia. These boarding institutions are uniquely Indonesian phenomenon, not found in other parts of the world. Nowadays, there is a widespread misjudgment that the pesantrens are said to train terrorist groups, promote Islamic fanaticism, and propagate conservative culture. Hence, some of the pesantrens are changing their paradigm, that is, from conservatism to modern-progressivism, while some others prefer to remain the same. The purpose of this study was to make an in-depth systematic analysis of the roles and contributions of pesantrens in the development of rural villages in Java, particularly in Tasikmalaya district which by itself had 761 pesantrens. This study employed the multiple case-study method. The cases were three large pesantrens and three small pesantrens, all located in Kabupaten Tasikmalaya. The pesantrens were in three categories: traditional, modern, and combination. Interview, observation, and document analysis were used to collect data. Face-to-face interviews were based on a standard check list developed for the study. The findings showed that pesantrens developed and implemented their own development plans, both for their own development and for rural development, as most pesantrens located in the rural areas.
'Indianization' of Indonesia in an Historical Sketch Taufiq Rahman
International Journal of Nusantara Islam Vol 1, No 2 (2013): International Journal of Nusantara Islam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijni.v1i2.26

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This Article gives some remarks on the history of Indianization in Indonesian archipelago in me remote history. The illustration includes bow this process of Indian influences grew and developed, both in the palaces and the societies. Given this remark the writer comes to the projection on how natural this process was. By reflecting the past the writer is sure that the plurality of religions and cultures in Indonesia is a kind of destiny to be faced peacefully in order to keep the harmony in the nation's social life.
Social Security (Al-Takaful Al-Ijtima’i) in Islamic Perspective May Dedu
International Journal of Nusantara Islam Vol 8, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Nusantara Islam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijni.v8i1.8911

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Law No.40 of 2004 is a legal umbrella for the implementation of social security in Indonesia. The basis for managing social security including health insurance is social compulsory insurance and equity. The social insurance system, requires social security financing based on contributions where each resident shares the burden of health expenditure that has been delegated responsibility to the Social Security Organizing Agency. This study will examine, how the views of health social security based on Law No.40 of 2004 concerning the National Social Security System and how the views of Islamic law on social security in Law No.40 of 2004. The results of this study indicate that: social in Islam, as a system that provides good for the community and rules in togetherness with the legal basis of the Koran or from others.
Islamic Nuance in Decorative-Ornament Architecture Art in Nusantara Abdullah Yusof; Aizan Hj. Ali @ Mat Zin; Ahmad Faisal Abdul Hamid
International Journal of Nusantara Islam Vol 2, No 1 (2014): International Journal of Nusantara Islam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijni.v2i1.51

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The advent of Islam in Nusantara sparked new phenomena or changing not only in structure of building construction of religious places, residency and houses but also ornaments and decoration expressing value of beauty of that building. The result of this research tries to reveal how far Islamic influence is working without undermining local aspects of architecture and how Islamic architecture was influenced by other characters in ornament and decorative-ornament artwith various design and sense. Islamic nuances are substantially showed in traditional and contemporary mosque architecture, graveyard, residencies, palaces, historical building and soon and so forth. Although local elementsare clear, and so with Hinduism and Buddhism, animism, colonial influence and other foreign influences including Middle East, Africa, India and China, Islam shows its prominence in interior and exterior ornament as well as its tools.
Images of the West in Urban Indonesia: Muslims Negotiating the Western Path to Modernity Melanie V. Nertz
International Journal of Nusantara Islam Vol 1, No 1 (2013): International Journal of Nusantara Islam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijni.v1i1.39

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Islamic fundamentalism and terrorism is unjustified. In fact, the political change after 1998 and the increasing influence of religion combined with an intensified process of globalization have led to socio-cultural vicissitudes inIndonesia beyond which we can only estimate what future patterns of orientation the population will have. Based on data from informal conversations, interviews and participant observation, it will be argued that, notwithstanding considerable variations, Muslim Indonesians uphold not solely negative but ambivalent images of the West and that in comparison with and opposition to the „Self‟ or „Own‟ the West is examined as one of many frames of reference by which modernity is negotiated and can be put into practice. Many interlocutors overcame the binary of East and West by envisioning that Indonesia could combine the advantages of both, the Own and the Foreign in order to step into a desirable future.
The Effect of Situational Leadership Behavior Organizational Culture and Human Resources Management Strategy on Education and Training Institution Productivity (Survey on Educational and Vocational Training Institutions in West Java Province) Iskandar Iskandar
International Journal of Nusantara Islam Vol 1, No 2 (2013): International Journal of Nusantara Islam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijni.v1i2.21

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The aim of this research is to analyze: situational leadership behavior, organizational culture and productivity of vocational training institutes in west Java Province. The correlation between situational leadership behavior and organizational culture at vocational training institutes, the effect of situational leadership behavior and organizational culture toward productivity of vocational training institutes in west Java Province. This research uses organizational behavior and human resources management approach. The type of the research is descriptive and verificative, while the method used both descriptive and explanatory survey. Investigation type is casualty and time horizon in cross sectional. The sample size used is proportionate sampling by taking sample 115 vocational training institute of spread over 19 locations totally, all its population counted 719 vocational training institutes in west Java Province. The data analyzed by descriptive analytic and path analysis. The result of research shows, 1) situational leadership behavior and organizational culture in generalities, rather high score and the productivity at vocational training institutes to society, cooperation with company or industry in training program development, and placement of training graduate assessed by rather low, 2) there is correlation which significant between situational leadership behavior and organizational at vocational training institutes in west Java Province, 3) situational leadership behavior, organizational culture has significant effect simultaneously and partially productivity of vocational training institutes in west Java Province.
The Pesantren Networking in Priangan (1800-1945) Ading Kusdiana; Nina Herlina Lubis; Nurwadjah Ahmad EQ; Mumuh Muhsin Z
International Journal of Nusantara Islam Vol 1, No 2 (2013): International Journal of Nusantara Islam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijni.v1i2.30

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This research is about the networks of pesantren in Priangan from 1800 to 1945. The result shows that along 1800-1945, there were many networks that described the relations among pesantrens in Priangan. There are five networks forms as manifested from those relations. First, the networks among pesantrens, which were formed, are based on scientific relation. They are Pesantren Al-Falah Biru, Pangkalan and Keresek in Garut; Gentur, Kandang Sapi and Darul Falah Jambudipa in Cianjur; Sukamiskin Bandung; and Darul Ulum in Ciamis. Those pesantrens have intellectual relation that pointed to one public figure, namely Syekh Khatib Sambas in Mecca. Second, the networks among pesantrens, which were formed, are based on relative (genealogy) relations. The existence of Pesantren Sumur Kondang, Keresek, Gentur, and Cijawura were the ones that have this relation. Third, the networks among pesantrens, which were formed, are based onmarriage relation. For instance, Pesantren Cidewa with Pagerageung, Pesantren Cipari with Cilame, Cipasung with Gentur Rancapaku, Cijantung with Gegempalan, Sukamiskin with Al-Jawami, and Pesantren Sukamiskin with Cijawura Bandung, were the ones that have this relation. Fourth, the networks among pesantrens, which were formed, are based on the similarities in developing a particular Islamic mysticism (tarekat). The existence of Pesantren Suryalaya which develops Qodiriyah wa Naqsabandiyah mysticism—followed by generating their talqin and Pesantren Al-Falah Biru which develops Tijaniyah mysticism—followed by generating their muqaddam are the ones of this relation. Fifth, the networks among pesantrens, which were formed, are based on the same vision of their movement and struggle against the colonizer. The existence of Pesantren Al-Falah Biru with Samsul Ulum Gunung Puyuh through POII (Persatoean Oemat Islam Indonesia) organization, and Pesantren Cipasung with Sukamanah through Nahdhatul Ulama organization in Tasikmalaya were the ones who struggle against the colonizers of Netherland and Japan.
Development of Sharia Banking and Its Contributions for the Development of National Banking Thoriqoh Nashrullah Fitriyah
International Journal of Nusantara Islam Vol 8, No 1 (2020): International Journal of Nusantara Islam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijni.v8i1.8532

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The development and growth of shari'a banks after more than two decades in Indonesia is very spectacular, so that spurred the level of economic growth, but if it is related to the substance of the objectives of sharia bank establishment is the alleviation of poverty and unemployment, it will even increase. Based on data from research studies examining, the contribution of Islamic banking to the development of national law, namely by the existence of people who behave economically in sharia and business behavior of Muslim entrepreneurs are included in the targets of the Islamic economic movement in Indonesia. Even though it looks rather slow, the non-financial side of this economic activity is also growing.
Abdul Halim and His Movement (1911-1962) Seeking Historical Roots of Persatuan Ummat Islam (PUI) Movement Wawan Hernawan
International Journal of Nusantara Islam Vol 2, No 1 (2014): International Journal of Nusantara Islam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijni.v2i1.47

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This research aims to reconstruct a movement led by Halim from 1911 to 1962. This is an important task in the global era when every body idolizes a global leader. People should be aware and wise to count a local leader who has a significant role in developing and creating a history of a country. In the era when people tend to be static and fatalistic person, Halim proposed a dynamic and progressive thinking. By applying a historical research method, this research found that Halim’s efforts to find out national identity has been initiated since his young age until he passed away. Halim has significantly contributed to the growing of many other movements led by younger generations after him. Halim has also succeeded in solving local people’s problems particularly on education, dakwa and social problems. The emergence of Persatuan Umat Islam (PUI) organization is a fact of Halim’s efforts and struggles.
The Impact of Malaysian Islamic Revivalism on Zakat Administration Suhaili Sarif; Nor Azzah Kamri; Azian Madun
International Journal of Nusantara Islam Vol 1, No 1 (2013): International Journal of Nusantara Islam
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15575/ijni.v1i1.35

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The development and advancement of zakat institution in Malaysia has been through time influenced by the changing social, political and economic situation of the country. An important phenomenon which shaped the institution is Islamic revivalism. Consequently, zakat has been one of the institutions which government keened to enhance. Another factor merits to be considered is the introduction of economic policies in which the government affirmatively inclined towards Malay Muslims enabling them to compete economically with other wealthier races. Within the spirit of the policies together with the direct influence by the emerging factors resulted from the revivalism phenomenon, the government has introduced corporatization of zakat institution, a modern way of zakat management. This article aims to survey the development of zakat in Malaysia which reflects the continuous process of Islamic revivalism in the nation. As we shall see throughout the discussion, the role of zakat institution has been through time expanded to be one of the national economic tools.

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