Firdaus Wajdi, Firdaus
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Problems, Challenges and Prospects of Indonesian Muslim Community in Sydney for Promoting Tolerance Muttaqin, Ahmad; Arifin, Achmad Zainal; Wajdi, Firdaus
KOMUNITAS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE Vol 8, No 2 (2016): Komunitas, September 2016
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v8i2.5971

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This paper elucidates a map of Indonesian Muslim communities around Sydney in order to observe the possibility to promote a moderate and tolerance of Indonesian Islam worldwide. Indonesian Muslims who live in Australia are relatively small if we consider that we are the closer neighbor of Australia and have the biggest Muslim populations in the world. Most Indonesian Muslim communities in Sydney are in a form of kelompok pengajian (Islamic study group), which is commonly based on ethnicity, regionalism (province and regency), and religious affiliation with Indonesian Islamic groups. The main problems of Indonesian Muslim communities in Sydney are an ambiguous identity, laziness integration, and dream to home country. Most Indonesian Muslim diaspora in Sydney only consider Australia as the land for making money. Therefore, their inclusion to Australian community is just being “Indonesian Muslim in Australia” and it seems hard for them to be “Australian Muslim”, especially in the case of those who already changed to be Australian citizens. This kind of diaspora attitude differs from Muslims Diasporas from the Middle East and South Asia countries who are mostly ready to be fully Australian Muslim. Naturally, most Indonesian Muslim communities put their emphasis to develop their community based on social needs and try to avoid political idea of Islamism. In this case, the Indonesian government, through the Indonesian Consulate in Sydney, has great resources to promote moderate and tolerant views of Indonesian Islam to other Muslim communities, as well as to Western media. In optimizing resources of Indonesian Muslim communities in Sydney to envoy Indonesian cultures and policies, it is necessary for Indonesian government to have a person with integrated knowledge on Islamic Studies who are working officially under the Indonesian consulate in Sydney.  It is based on the fact that most Indonesian Muslim communities needs a patron from the government to manage and soften some differences among them, especially related to problems of identities, as well as to link them with the wider Australian communities.
Islamic Thought and Human Rights View on Rights of Child: A Case of Child Domestic Workers In Indonesia Wajdi, Firdaus
Jurnal Studi Al-Quran Vol 9 No 1 (2013): Jurnal Studi Al-Quran
Publisher : Prodi Pendidikan Agama Islam FIS UNJ

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Child Domestic worker is a problematic phenomenon in Indonesia. This phenomenon is not only related to poverty that is big problem in Indonesia. This phenomenon is related to education and many other factors. The child domestic workers are vulnerable to e exploited and face discrimination. So we need more effort to solve these problems. Actually the Islamic thought, Human Rights and Indonesian Constitutions are clear regulations to show what are the rights of children. The regulation also did not support the discrimination among child domestic workers, however we still see the child domestic workers related problems.
Berfilsafat di Era Teknologi Wajdi, Firdaus
Jurnal Studi Al-Quran Vol 8 No 1 (2012): Jurnal Studi Al-Quran
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Fisafat sebagai disiplin ilmu memiliki usia yang sangat tua, kajian ini telah ada pada era Yunani kuno sejak abad ke-5 SM dan pada abad ke-8 masehi masuk dalam tradisi Islam. Sejak timbulnya, hingga memasuki zaman sekarang ini, filsafat telah mengalami masa jaya sekaligus masa-masa kelabu, hingga akhirnya kita dihadapkan pada realita, apakah filsafat masih relefan dalam era cyber yang mulai menguapkan batas jarak dan waktu ini, bila ia dianggap relefan, seperti apa format terbaik untuk tetap berfilsafat di masa kini, hal ini-lah yang ingin digali dalam pembahasan “Berfilsafat di Era Teknologi”. Kata Kunci : Berfisafat, Era Teknologi, Relevansi
Ayat-Ayat Damai dalam Al-Qur’an Wajdi, Firdaus
Jurnal Studi Al-Quran Vol 5 No 1 (2009): Jurnal Studi Al-Quran
Publisher : Prodi Pendidikan Agama Islam FIS UNJ

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This article examines what so called peace verses of the Holy Quran. The verses are searched through the digital Quran, classified, and explained properly to get the appropriate meaning. This study then concludes that there are a lot of verses in the Quran teach peace. This hopefully will make peace as one of the prioritize point in making decision for Islamic society
The Failure of Islamic Parties in Indonesia Wajdi, Firdaus
Jurnal Studi Al-Quran Vol 7 No 1 (2011): Jurnal Studi Al-Quran
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 Islamic Political Parties in Indonesia are facing many huge problems. One of the crucial problem is the compound of the number of the Islamic political parties. This particular problem actually has a simple solusion, which is uniting all Islamic political party in one organization (political party), them shows all the citizen that Islamic political party can act in an Islamic ways. however the solution seems extremely difficult to be implement. Many people—particular;y whom has budget and political interest—more and more tries to build political party. This phenomenon is like evidence that Islam still be a nice political tool to attract people, and dreams that they would be a political leader.
Pendidikan Karakter dalam Islam: Kajian Al-Quran dan Hadis Wajdi, Firdaus
Jurnal Studi Al-Quran Vol 6 No 1 (2010): Jurnal Studi Al-Quran
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This study aims at describing the definition of character education and finding the core argumentation in Islamic teaching through analysis of Quran and Hadis, the two sources in Islam. This research employs qualitative methodology and uses library research at a major method. This includes the published, online, and digital references. The output of this study shows that the character education has its argumentation in Islamic teachings, both form Quran and hadits. And it is suggested that there will be a further study to combine the values from Islamic teaching related to character education with modern method that has been developed in Western cultures.
Peningkatan Spiritualitas melalui Wisata Religi di Makam Keramat Kwitang Jakarta Sari, Nur Indah; Wajdi, Firdaus; Narulita, Sari
Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an Vol 14 No 1 (2018): Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an
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This study aims to describe and analyze religious tourism as an effort to increase the spirituality of visitors or pilgrims in the Tomb of Kwitang Jakarta. Increased spirituality is a process of change from bad to better by constantly carrying out God's command and away from God’s prohibition consistently with the guidance of the values of faith to recognize and understand feelings Self, others, self-motivated, and able to manage emotions in relation to others. Meanwhile, the Sacred Tomb of the Mosque Ar-Riyadh Kwitang is one of the famous religious tourism sites in Jakarta, which is visited by many individuals and groups. This research uses descriptive qualitative approach with the respondent of the sacred grave of Masjid Ar-Riyadh Kwitang Jakarta. This research produces some important points about the process of improving spiritual intelligence through religious tourism. Keywords: Spirituality, Religious Tourism, Sacred Grave Kwitang. Abstrak Penelitian ini bertujuan untuk mendeskripsikan dan menganalisis wisata religi sebagai upaya untuk peningkatan spiritualitas pada pengunjung atau peziarah di Makam Keramat Kwitang Jakarta. Peningkatan spiritualitas merupakan suatu proses perubahan dari yang tidak baik menjadi lebih baik dengan senantiasa melaksanakan perintah dan menjauhi larangan Allah secara konsisten dengan bimbingan nilai-nilai rukun iman untuk mengenali dan memahami perasaan sendiri, orang lain, memotivasi diri, serta mampu mengelola emosi dalam berhubungan dengan orang lain. Sedangkan, Makam Keramat Masjid Ar-Riyadh Kwitang merupakan salah satu tempat wisata religi terkenal di DKI Jakarta, yang banyak dikunjungi oleh masyarakat secara perseorangan maupun kelompok. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif deskriptif dengan responden pengunjung makam keramat Masjid Ar-Riyadh Kwitang Jakarta. Penelitian ini menghasilkan beberapa poin penting mengenai proses peningkatan kecerdasan spiritualitas melalui wisata religi. Kata Kunci: Spiritualitas, Wisata Religi, Makam Keramat Kwitang.
Problems, Challenges and Prospects of Indonesian Muslim Community in Sydney for Promoting Tolerance Muttaqin, Ahmad; Arifin, Achmad Zainal; Wajdi, Firdaus
KOMUNITAS: INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN SOCIETY AND CULTURE Vol 8, No 2 (2016): Komunitas, September 2016
Publisher : Universitas Negeri Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15294/komunitas.v8i2.5971

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This paper elucidates a map of Indonesian Muslim communities around Sydney in order to observe the possibility to promote a moderate and tolerance of Indonesian Islam worldwide. Indonesian Muslims who live in Australia are relatively small if we consider that we are the closer neighbor of Australia and have the biggest Muslim populations in the world. Most Indonesian Muslim communities in Sydney are in a form of kelompok pengajian (Islamic study group), which is commonly based on ethnicity, regionalism (province and regency), and religious affiliation with Indonesian Islamic groups. The main problems of Indonesian Muslim communities in Sydney are an ambiguous identity, laziness integration, and dream to home country. Most Indonesian Muslim diaspora in Sydney only consider Australia as the land for making money. Therefore, their inclusion to Australian community is just being Indonesian Muslim in Australia and it seems hard for them to be Australian Muslim, especially in the case of those who already changed to be Australian citizens. This kind of diaspora attitude differs from Muslims Diasporas from the Middle East and South Asia countries who are mostly ready to be fully Australian Muslim.Naturally, most Indonesian Muslim communities put their emphasis to develop their community based on social needs and try to avoid political idea of Islamism. In this case, the Indonesian government, through the Indonesian Consulate in Sydney, has great resources to promote moderate and tolerant views of Indonesian Islam to other Muslim communities, as well as to Western media. In optimizing resources of Indonesian Muslim communities in Sydney to envoy Indonesian cultures and policies, it is necessary for Indonesian government to have a person with integrated knowledge on Islamic Studies who are working officially under the Indonesian consulate in Sydney. It is based on the fact that most Indonesian Muslim communities needs a patron from the government to manage and soften some differences among them, especially related to problems of identities, as well as to link them with the wider Australian communities.
GLOBALIZATION AND TRANSNATIONAL ISLAMIC EDUCATION: THE ROLE OF TURKISH MUSLIM DIASPORA IN INDONESIAN ISLAM Wajdi, Firdaus
Jurnal Adabiyah: Humanities and Islamic Studies Vol 18, No 2 (2018): Islamic Studies
Publisher : Faculty of Adab and Humanities - Alauddin State Islamic University of Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jad.v17i118i2a6

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Globalization and the communications revolution have allowed vastly increased flows of ideas and people across the Islamic world, generating new social forms including transnational Islamic movements. Indonesia, as the country with the largest Muslim majority, has attracted Islamic activists from other parts of the world. What is little known is that some of the most active transnational Islamic movements in Indonesia in recent years originate from Turkey. This paper introduces an ethnographic study of one of the lesser known of the major Turkish transnational piety renewal movements that have recently reached Indonesia: the Süleymancıs, the Nurchu, and the Gulen. This case study shows how the Turkish Muslim Diaspora has played significant role in developing a quite unique Islamic education institution with transnational support. The movements have shown a new niche in the saturated Indonesian Islam with a distinct opportunity space.
The Discourse of Muhammadiyah and Nahdlatul Ulama with Considerations of Geertz’s Religion of Java Wajdi, Firdaus
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies Vol 2 No 1 (2018): Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies
Publisher : Laboratorium Prodi Pendidikan Agama Islam UNJ

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21009/hayula.002.1.04

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Muhammadiyah dan Nahdlatul Ulama adalah dua organisasi Muslim terbesar di negara berpenduduk Muslim terbanyak, Indonesia. Banyak penelitian telah dilakukan untuk mengidentifikasi kedua peran tersebut dalam konteks Islam Indonesia. Namun, ada kekurangan studi untuk menelusuri kemungkinan kesamaan antara keduanya. Paper ini menggambarkan deskripsi yang berbeda dari kedua organisasi tersebut dari perspektif Clifford Geertz dalam karya utamanya, the Religion of Java, di mana Geertz meliput beberapa karakteristik pengikut Muhammadiyah dan Nahdlatul Ulama. Studi ini kemudian berlanjut dengan identifikasi common grounds dari Muhammadiyah dan Nahdlatul Ulama. Penelitian kualitatif ini dilakukan melalui penelitian kepustakaan. Studi ini menyimpulkan bahwa terlepas dari kenyataan perbedaannya, ada beberapa kesamaan, yang membuat kedua organisasi tersebut bersama-sama berkontribusi lebih pada pengembangan Islam di Indonesia. Kemudian diharapkan para pengikutnya untuk bisa bekerja sama untuk membangun Indonesia yang damai melalui pemahaman yang lebih baik tentang institusi keagamaan Islam seperti Muhammadiyah dan Nahdlatul Ulama