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ALQALAM (e-ISSN: 2620-598X; p-ISSN: 1410-3222) is a journal published by the Center for Research and Community Service of UIN Sultan Maulana Hasanuddin Banten-INDONESIA. ALQALAM is an academic journal published twice a year (every six months). ALQALAM had been accreditated by Ministry of Education and Culture No. 80/DIKTI/Kep./2012, 13 Desember 2012. This journal focuses on specific themes of Islamic Studies.
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KERUKUNAN ANTARAGAMA PERSPEKTIF FILSAFAT PERENNIAL REKONSTRUKSI PEMIKIRAN FRITHJOF SCHUON NAIM, NGAINUN
ALQALAM Vol 29 No 3 (2012): September - December 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32678/alqalam.v29i3.860

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This article discusses the role of perennial philosophy in developing interligious harmony. One of prominent figures on perennial philosophy is Frithjof Schuon. Perennial philosophy has a constructive view in understanding religions. In the perennial philosophy perspective, the religious diversity is a reality that cannot be avoided. Schuon views that religion consists of exoteric and esoteric dimensions. Exoteric dimension is a particular dimension existed in every religion which is different between one and another. An exoteric statement that regards it itself as the only truth owner is also contradict with axiomatic truth that there is no unique fact in reality. Meanwhile, esoteric dimension is universal dimension that become common platform of all religions. The consciousness to esoteric dimension play significant role in building the harmony. This consciousness becomes the faundation for developing diversity consciousness. The consciousness of this religious diversity becomes the key word in developing interreligious harmony of life. Keywords: perennial philosophy, harmony, Frithjof Schuon  
MASJID PACINAN TINGGI fauziah, siti; Rohman, Mohamad
ALQALAM Vol 29 No 3 (2012): September - December 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32678/alqalam.v29i3.1407

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The mosque of Pacinan Tinggi was likely built by Chinese in Pacinan area for their places of worship. It is indicated by the form of its minarets which is influenced by Chinese sryle. Moreover, not too far from the ruins of the mosque of Pecinan lies the cemetery of Chinese Muslims. It means that around Pecinan area were the communities of Chinese Muslims and they probably played an important role in the spread of Islam in Banten taking into account that the development of Islam in China is earlier than that of in the Archipelago, and Banten had been well known by Chinese people far of the establishment of the Sultanate of  Banten.
ANALISIS KESALAHAN PELAFALAN VOWELS MAHASISWA JURUSAN TADRIS BAHASA INGGRIS IAIN "SMH" BANTEN AMALIA, ILA
ALQALAM Vol 29 No 3 (2012): September - December 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32678/alqalam.v29i3.859

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This research is aimed at describing the pronunciation errors committed by the students of English Education Department IAIN Sultan Maulana Hasanuddin Serang Banten. The pronunciation errors in this research only cover one of the English phonemes, that is vowel The data were collected by asking 20 students to read aloud some English texts. The reading activity was recorded by using a handycam.The research result shows that the students committed errors in pronouncing vowels [I, i:, u:, e, a:, ^, Ω, Ɔ:, α, 3:, Ə, à] as much as 1058 errors. These errors are in the form of omission as muse as 12 errors, addition as much as 82, and substitution as much as 964. The most frequent error occurred was in the vowel /Ə/ as much as 316 errors which consisted of 54 errors in the form of addition and 322 errors in the form of substitution.The students' pronunciation errors of vowels may be caused by many factors, such as inteiference from their native/ mother tongue, interference from the target language they are learning, and inteiference from their developmental errors. Key words: vowel, interference, overgeneralization
KISAH-KISAH ISRA'ILIYYAT Syafe,i, Zakaria
ALQALAM Vol 29 No 3 (2012): September - December 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32678/alqalam.v29i3.1418

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Isra'iliyyat is all stories entering into interpretation (tafsir) based on the stories of C hristians, Jewish or others. Those stories are intentionally included into the interpretation by the enemies of Islam to corrupt Muslims' faith.The existence of  Isra’iliyyat in the interpretation began from that a number of the Jews who converted into Islam couldn't totally leave all of  their previous tenets and beliefs. As a result, their religious understanding and practices are .frequently mixed between Islam and their previous faith. These Isra'iliyyat stories entered and amended in the interpretation in the period of tabi'in and obtained a peak time in the period of tabi'it tabi'in without any coercive selection so that those stories are hardly ever refused.Tamim Ad-Dari, Abdullah bin Salam, Ka'ab al-ahbar, Wahab bin Munabbih,.  Muhammad  bin  Sa'ib  al-Ka/bi,  Abdul  Malik  bin  Abdul Aziz bin Juray: Muqotil bin Sulaiman, and Muhammad bin Manvan as-Suddi, the Jews priests who converted into Islam, are the main sources of the Isra’iliyyat stories. Isra’iliyyat can destruct the Muslims faith because it shows as if Islam were human creation, and could be inserted by the deviate imagination and thoughts. Moreover, it can also eliminate the Muslims trust toward the Salaf Ulama of the group of the companions and tabii·n. Besides, it can turn the Muslims notice to conduct a research and to reveal the great secrets oftheQur'an.
GURU MUGHNI KUNINGAN (1860-1935) Hidayat, Helmi
ALQALAM Vol 29 No 3 (2012): September - December 2012
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There has been a strong linkage between the dissemination of Betawi culture and Islam in Jakarta. The prominent figures of Betawi are generally known as "kyai" or religious leaders. The Indonesian history recorded that Betawi people were strictly fanatic Muslims and, to some extent, during the Dutch colonization era they were strongly well-known as anti-Western. They tended to identify Western people as infidels. Nevertheless, the portrait of Islam and the social history of Muslim intellectuals among Betawi have not been much scrutinized. The researchers just gave more attention dealing with the social­ history, politics, arts and culture, and archeology of Betawi. This article tries to give contribution to the development of what Azra called biographical dictionary as a part of   the tarajim ulama literature. Key Words: Abdul Mughni, Ulama, Betawi, Islam, Bibliographical Dictionary
KARYA DAN PERAN K.H. HALIMY DALAM KADERISASI ULAMA BANTEN Humaeni, Ayatullah
ALQALAM Vol 29 No 3 (2012): September - December 2012
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This article tries to discuss the biograpfhy of KH.Halimy, his role in farming of cadres of Ulama in Ciomas Banten, and his work. This article is a result of field research using descriptive qualitative method based on hisoticaf and anthropological approaches. Literature study, obseroation, interview and documentation are used to collect the data of the research. The data was, then, analyzed by using biographical analysis. As an ulama who was born among the society whose coarse image and was well-k nown as the center of the jawara (local strongman) of     Banten, KH. Halimy emerged as a local ulama who had well behaved attitude, but hard hitting and high discipline who taught his society to be brave not only phisically, but also intellectually and morally. As a result, from his pesantren, it has been born many kyai who were not only able to transfer as well as to teach what had been taught by KH. Halimy, but also able to establish a pesantren in their origin villages. KH.Halimy was a charismatic kyai who had important role in farming religious values through religious teaching in the pesantren Al-Halimy and to Ciomas Banten society.Religious traditions that was inherited to Ciomas society such as reciting Sura yaa-sin, marhaban, dalail, and reading the book of dardir conducted regularly was still maintained by the Ciomas society up to the present day, and it becomes a religious activity that functions not only as a farm of religious service to the God, but also as a symbol of equality and social solidarty of Ciomas society. Key Words: Ulama, KH. Halimy, Ciomas, Banten  
CORAK TEOLOGI DAN PRINSIP SOSIAL-KEAGAMAAN PADA LEKTUR KEAGAMAAN DI PONDOK PESANTREN HUSNUL KHOTIMAH DAN BINA'UL UMMAH KUNINGAN JAWA BARAT SAEFULLAH, ASEP
ALQALAM Vol 29 No 3 (2012): September - December 2012
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.32678/alqalam.v29i3.857

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This article tries to study the kinds, study areas, and discourse of religious literatures in the pesantrens of Husnul Khotimah and Binaul Ummah, Kuningan Jawa Barat; to know religious discourse, especially in the areas of akidah (faith) and akhlak (morals); and to recognize the characteristics of religious theology of the pesantrens as well as the socio-religious doctrines developed in both of these pesantrens. This research is a field research. The methods of data collecting used in this research are literature study, documentation, interoiew, and participant obseroation. The characterstics of theology which are easily recognized in the the Pesantren of Husnul Khotimah and Binaul Ummah are the theology based on Asy'ariyah and Hanbali characteristics. Based on the moral (akhlak) aspect, both of these pesantrens rely it on some of Hasan Al-Bann as views, especially in the book of Rukn al-'Amal au Manhajal-Islah al-Islami Ii al-Fard wa alMujtama: i.e. the characters of Muslim generation as follow: 1) Quwwah al-Jism, 2) Matanah al-Khulq, 3) Saqafah al-Fikr, 4) al-Qudrah 'ala al-Kasb, 5) Salamah al-'Aqidah, 6) Sihhah al- 'Ibadah, 7) Mujahadah al-Nafs, 8) al-Hirs 'ala al-Waqt, 9) AI-Nizam fi Syu’un killiha, 10) al-Nafu Ii al-Gair Key Words: Theology, Religious Literatures, Pesantren, Jawa Barat
REFORMULASI TEOLOGI DARI EKSKLUSIF KE INKLUSIF HAJAM, HAJAM
ALQALAM Vol 29 No 3 (2012): September - December 2012
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Theology, in practical, appears into two poles: first, exclusive based normative theology; second, inclusive based socio-anthropocentric. Both of these exclusive and inclusive ways of thinking can be a paradigm in every belief of school of thoughts (Madzhab) or social groups (mass organizations). These two ways of logical reasoning (exclusive and inclusive) afoot each other, and they frequently do not come together at one point; indeed, both of them are often contradictive and clash each other. Theology constructed for the present context is the one that is completely living among the members of religious community and that may give motivation to act in the reality of human life. Theology is practically hoped to be an ideology that realty functions for practical needs of human, especially for the backward community. Keywords: theology, exclusive, inclusive, divinity, humanity.

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