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Alfaz (Arabic Literatures for Academic Zealots)
ISSN : 23392282     EISSN : 26205351     DOI : -
ALFAZ (Arabic Literature for Academic Zealots) is an open access and a peer-reviewed journal on Arabic Language and Literature in the world. This journal is published by the Arabic Language and Literature Departement, Faculty of Ushuluddin and Adab, Sultan Maulana Hasanuddin State Islamic University of Banten. Editors welcome scholars, researchers and practitioners of Arabic Education around the world to submit scholarly articles to be published through this journal. All articles will be reviewed by experts before accepted for publication. Each author is solely responsible for the content of published articles.
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KODE MALAIKAT DALAM NOVEL “NAIB IZRAIL” DAN “KAU MEMANGGILKU MALAIKAT”: SEBUAH BANDINGAN Ta'abudi, Drei Herba
Alfaz (Arabic Literatures for Academic Zealots) Vol 7 No 01 (2019): June 2019
Publisher : Jurusan Bahasa dan Sastra Arab Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Adab UIN Sultan Maulana Hasanuddin Banten

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32678/alfaz.Vol7.Iss01.1728

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This paper aims to compare “Malaikat” representations in the novel "Naib Izrail" (NI) by Yusuf As-Siba'i and "Kau Memanggilku Malaikat" (KMM) by Arswendo Atmowiloto. To parse the representation, this research uses a descriptive-interpretative method with Roland Barthes's five-code theory. Barthes's narrative theory is a theory that is close to the tradition of post-structuralism that is a theory that does not have an orientation towards a single meaning but instead aims to bring up a plurality of meanings. The results of this study show that there are manifestations of five codes from angelic representations in both novels. In addition, reading the representation of angels with the theory of five codes also shows a more meaningful meaning, namely by presenting a plurality of meanings by accommodating various dimensions in narrative analysis.
Al-Kalimat fî Al-‘Arabiyyat ‘inda Al-Nuhât Al-Mutaqaddimîn wa Al-Mutaakhkhirîn wa Al-Mu’aṣṣirîn (Dirâsat Al-Muqâranat) Milah, Aang Saeful
Alfaz (Arabic Literatures for Academic Zealots) Vol 7 No 01 (2019): June 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32678/alfaz.Vol7.Iss01.1934

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When the Arabs set grammar, the Syriac linguists preceded them several centuries in establishing rules towards them. Perhaps one issue is the one taken by the Arab linguists on Syriac, but the issue of dividing the word into three sections only: name, action, and character. The advanced Arab grammarians handed over this issue from the first day, and do not argue with it. Those who denied this issue and corrected the mistake are the modern European linguists who began to set rules for their languages ??after the Arabs for hundreds of years. For example, in French, divide the word into nine sections. The researcher tries to present this research from three centuries and is the advanced and the late and contemporaries. The researcher begins with the concept of the word and then divides it into the Arabic linguists.
Problematika Pendidikan di Mesir dalam Cerpen Fî Al-Qithâr Karya Mahmoud Taymour (Analisis Sosiologi Sastra) Dzulkifli, Mohammad
Alfaz (Arabic Literatures for Academic Zealots) Vol 7 No 01 (2019): June 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32678/alfaz.Vol7.Iss01.1924

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This study aims to reveal the educational problems of Egyptian society contained in the "Fi al-Qithar" short story by Mahmoud Taymur and its relevance to the social reality of Egyptian society in the early 19th century. The reason the researchers chose the "Fi al-Qithar" short story was because it was the first Modern Arabic short story that appeared in Egypt that represented a lot of the social reality of society and the pattern of life in Egypt at that time. This research includes qualitative research by using Sociology of Literary theory, and uses hermeneutic analysis methods to interpret and explain to the reader about the meaning contained in the short story. The results of this study conclude that there are social phenomena adopted by the authors in this short story, including the problem of educational equity, social inequality, urban elite slavery and government officials over ordinary people such as farmers and laborers, and the role of religious leaders in dealing with problems happens in the midst of society.
Kajian Bahasa Arab dari A Historis hingga Historis Susiawati, Wati
Alfaz (Arabic Literatures for Academic Zealots) Vol 7 No 01 (2019): June 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32678/alfaz.Vol7.Iss01.1925

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Language is essentially the sound, which is in the form of waves of air coming out of the lungs through sound pipes and across speech organs or sound devices. Arabic, as one of the Semitic languages, has special features in sound aspects that no other language has. Arabic is a language that has unique characteristics and is different from other languages in the world. The characteristics and uniqueness of the Arabic language between them is the language of derivation (ishtiqâq), rich in sound, language that is rich in form (?îghah), language of ta?rîf, i?râb, a language rich in expressions, various kinds of sentence techniques, languages that are rich in syntax (na?w) and others.
Performing Religious Services in Trading Interaction Halidin, Ali; Zakiah, Sitti; Mahsyar, Mahsyar
Alfaz (Arabic Literatures for Academic Zealots) Vol 7 No 01 (2019): June 2019
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32678/alfaz.Vol7.Iss01.2047

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There are two communication approaches had been mentioned in this study, firstly: the cultural communication strategy, and the second: communication habit. Cultural communication seeks to describe the interests that was built by seeing the opportunities and the benefits of the trade that was occurred between the merchant community around on the two holy lands of Medina and Mecca to the visitors and pilgrims or commonly referred to as umrah pilgrims. There are two trading strategies with the use of the Indonesian language. The firstly because of the largest number of Umrah pilgrims each year to the Nabawi Mosque in Medina and illegitimate mosques in Makkah (alharam). Secondly, the habitual communication, namely mapping cultural ties was not only done by the marriage or kinship relations assimilation), but this is the cultural linkage can occur because each individual has the same interests or needs each other. The method used was descriptive qualitative, by observing, the real communication patterns was happened between Indonesian Umrah pilgrims and traders from Arab and Middle Eastern communities around the Nabawai mosque of Medina and the Haram Makkah. The specific communication pattern is trading communication with the approaching to the cultural elements and Indonesian nationalism in it, so that the impression is more interesting. It?s looked the merchants around the two holy lands were good at attracting the interest and enthusiasm to the shopping for the visitors and pilgrims from Indonesia, by greeting and offering prices using Indonesian language.  While the Indonesian pilgrims are well known having the strong nationalism and cultural culture, so the flavors arose, such as feel in the village themselves and having kinship if they heard the mother's language and culture used by others.  

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