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Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication
ISSN : -     EISSN : 26866048     DOI : https://doi.org/10.15642/icondac
This proceeding is a published version of the papers of International Conference on Da’wa and Communication (ICON-DAC). This proceeding was published by Da’wa and Communication Faculty of State Islamic University of Sunan Ampel Surabaya, Indonesia. ICON-DAC is organized by the Da’wa and Commmucation Faculty, State Islamic University of Sunan Ampel Surabaya, Indonesia. This conference is held for the birth of the grand design of Da’wa that combines all models, strategies, technics, and methods of communication under the core value of Da’wa Rahmatan li al -‘Alamin (Da’wa as the Mercy to the Worlds).
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أسس بناء المجتمع المتحضر: بحث في أساليب الشيخ محمد هاشم أشعري اللغوية في دعوته الكتابية Ansori, Moh.; Adnan, Abd. Mujib
Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): Da'wa and Civilized Communication: Pious, Peaceful, Enlightening
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Since along time ago, Muslim scholars in Indonesia have made efforts to da?wa for building a civilized society for community of this part of the land, especially for their muslims. The greatest one of them was Sheikh Mohammed Hashim Ash'ari. He was the founder of Nahdlatul Ulama, one of the largest Islamic social organization in Indonesia. This research aimed to identify the beauty of language styles of his da?wa adopted from his writing Muqaddima al Qanun al Asasy. This research also analyze the principles of building a civilized society of Sheikh Mohammed Hashim Ash'ari?s thought. This research used the descriptive method and the techniques of reading and writing to collect and to classify data. Then to analyze those data used appropriate theories. The results of this research are that the language styles of da?wa of Sheikh Mohammed Hashim Ash'ari in his writing decorated with many types of magnificence, beauty and clear statement. These linguistic manifestations underlined his principles of building a civilized society and that are viewed from many terms used such as meeting, acquaintanceship, union, harmony, cooperation among all its members.
Humanism Civilization in the Perspective of Islamic History: Semantic Study of the Word Da’wa in the Qur’an Yakub, M.
Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): Da'wa and Civilized Communication: Pious, Peaceful, Enlightening
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This paper discusses about humanism civilization in the perspective of Islamic history. The approach taken in this journal is the historical narrative method by looking at universal values that favor human interests, expressed in a mindset, by not distinguishing on the basis of ethnicity, religion, skin color, and belief systems and religion. In addition, the author also explains that many aspects of humanity are recorded in Islamic history such as futuh mecca (conquerization of mecca). The author describes there are 4 leaders of Islamic leaders who describe humanitarian events contained in the history of Islam. This certainly awake and give direction to aspects relating to the general needs of humans including justice, equality (egalitarian) love and compassion, generosity, obedience to principles / law, environmental peace to the principles of chivalry and heroism. These universal principles are upheld and expressed by the Prophet Muhammad in his life and that is what he taught to his friends so that they will be passed on to the Muslims afterwards. The presence of this humanist civilization is like an oasis that gives thirst satisfaction to people who have the character of wisdom and have high ideals that all civilizations should elevate the degree of humanity. The impact of humanism civilization in the perspective of Islamic history is very useful because it refers to the principles of the Qur'an that give a universal message that can build humanism civilization that is embodied in the trajectory of Islamic history and continue the values of humanism's great and noble civilization.
The Role of Islamic Preachers in Developing Social Harmony and Civilization in South Sumatera in the 20th Century Nasution, Nurseri Hasnah
Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): Da'wa and Civilized Communication: Pious, Peaceful, Enlightening
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In the XXth Century, the da?wa problems that emerged in South Sumatra were the spread of fundamentalism and the cult of persona, the diversity of religious articulations, the vulnerability in the internal environment of religious communities, the plurality of political, social, and religious atmosphere so that they became polemic among academicians, the clergy split into two groups, changes in religious traditions and religious life that are complex, the Muslims of South Sumatra are in position of weakness, poverty, and suffering, because of western imperialism, issues of justice, ideology, and power. Some preachers (Da,i)in South Sumatra appeared to respond and carry out the Da?wa  bi al-lisanl, bi al-kitabah, and bi al-hal. Among the preachers (da?i) are K.H. Anwar Kumpul (1902-1959) represented an independent preacher (free), K.H. Zainal Abidin Fikry represents the government representative, K.H. M. Zen Syukri represents a representative of the NU organization. These three preachers (da?i) are actively building social harmony in different societies of educational and economic status, religious harmony, building an orderly, peaceful, and comfortable society, stopping the people of South Sumatra from making God and Islam as masks of the greed of power and material wealth, glue various differences in society and make it a means for mutual understanding, tolerance, and mutual love. In addition, they also play role in building theoretical and experimental civilizations which include ideas, norms, religious activities, establishing places of worship, educational institutions, libraries, roads, and producing books.
Refleksi Pemikiran Multikulturalisme bagi Dakwah Retpitasari, Ellyda; Zuhriyah, Luluk Fikri
Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): Da'wa and Civilized Communication: Pious, Peaceful, Enlightening
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This paper aims to discuss multiculturalism thinking from Europe and Asia, such as Bikhu Parekh, Daniel Conjanu, and Charles Taylor. Multiculturalism thinking is explored for the sake of Da'wa, or it can be called as multiculturalism preaching. This study uses literature review, and analysis of multiculturalism phenomena in the city of Surabaya. These thinkers used a number of approaches in terms of recognition politics, new identity politics, political equality with dignity, politics of difference, accommodative multiculturalism, and pragmatism. In the analysis of the Da'wa approach is divided into two, namely the structural approach and cultural approach. The structural approach refers to politics that encompasses politics of recognition, politics of new identity, politics of equality with dignity, and politics of difference. As for the cultural approach, it encompasses accommodative multiculturalism and pragmatism. Through this multicultural preaching approach it becomes an offer in overcoming the problems of preaching in multicultural societies.
Dakwah Harmoni Komunitas: Studi Transformasi Identitas Kampung Muslim Dayak di Desa Semabi, Kecamatan Sekadau Hilir, Kabupaten Sekadau Kalimantan Barat Halim, Abdul; Rahmawati, Baiti; Umam, Roisul
Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): Da'wa and Civilized Communication: Pious, Peaceful, Enlightening
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This study reviews the Dayak ethnicity as an exotic ethnicity with a unique interior image. They are accustomed to 'hunting human heads for marriage plots'. Traditions like this are considered as an obligation to avoid danger and disaster, and become a symbol of power and manliness. However, the practice of 'head hunting' only applies when Islam has not touched the theology of the Dayak community with ancestral religion in the past. This study focuses on the struggle of the Dayak Senganan and Malays in the villages of Semabi, Sekadau Hilir, Sekadau, West Kalimantan, which relates to the stigma that, by embracing Islam it means revoking the 'worthiness' identity. To illustrate the transformation of Dayak Wealth identity The methodology used in this study is the ethnographic method. The term 'Wealth' is derived from the word 'right' which means the transition from left to right, namely by embracing Islam. Findings from this study indicate that the key to inter-citizen harmony is supported by the strength of harmony between religious elites and also local cultural elites, and the role of shared awareness to coexist becomes a benchmark of harmonization. The power of harmony built by these two elite figures has produced transformative propaganda based on tradition.
Bahasa Dakwah Pemerintah Membangun Harmonisasi Kebangsaan Farhan, Farhan
Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): Da'wa and Civilized Communication: Pious, Peaceful, Enlightening
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This paper examines the reality of Da'wa language in the interaction and communication to the head of state with the peoples. The diversity of tribes, religions, races, and groups within the archipelago needs to be handled wisely, so that the harmonization of citizens continues to be strengthened in all aspects of life. Uploading the message of the head of state on you tube social media can be the right media to parse central and regional policies. You tube social media is a trend of millennial society that is loved by all groups. Therefore, the head of state also needs to upload the existing social media. The message of the head of state needs to be known to all its people, both delivered during state speeches and in remarks on non-state activities. The President is the icon of a country, the national cultural identity of natural resources and human resources must be fully considered. It concerns state policies based on idealized ideals and constitutional grounds. All policies must be understood by the government apparatus from the central to the regions, officials to the people. However, the language of the head of state is not as easy as the educator explains it to students, the head of state needs high social sensitivity, so there is no obstacle means understanding all the messages he conveys. The head of state must provide an optimal and perfect example as a manifesto of the characteristics of Indonesian human resources as a whole. How are the messages of the head of state uploaded on social media ?You Tube??. The head of state must provide an optimal and perfect example as a manifesto of the characteristics of Indonesian human resources as a whole. This study is a descriptive qualitative methode, the material from the cyber media, and analysis of the speechs of Ir. Jokowidodo in YouTube media from January to December 2017. The research shows that the president's verbal and non-verbal messages reflected the balance of communication between leaders and the people interactively interactively; the meaning is humanist, religious, humorous, traditionalist, and nationalist. The analysis too shows that the head of the central government until the region must be a communicator, innovator and initiator wholeheartedly dealing with the interests of civil society in the millennial era, guarding the strengthening of national identity and religious ideology.
Challenging Traditional Islamic Authority: The Impact of Social Media in Indonesia Hosen, Nadirsyah
Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): Da'wa and Civilized Communication: Pious, Peaceful, Enlightening
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Islamic teaching is, in fact, the product of a very slow and gradual process of interpretation of the Qur?an and the collection, verification and interpretation of the Hadith during the first three centuries of Islam (the seventh to the ninth centuries AD). This process took place amongst scholars and jurist who developed their own methodology for classification of sources, derivation of specific rules from general principles, and so forth. The traditionalist approach of learning Arabic, for instance, take years to complete and memorising the Arabic grammar takes a long time. Traditionalist Islamic institutions such as pesantren and madrasah produce Kiai, or Muslim clergy and scholars that inevitably create an elite group of scholars. They become the authority who determine the correct interpretation of the Holy books. However, in the era of the social media, such traditional authority has been challenged. Anyone could become a scholar of Islam and to criticise the Kiai harshly. My presentation will critically evaluate this new situation faced by the Indonesian Muslim scholars and to discuss the roots of the problems.
Da’wa, Social Media and Challenge the Mainstream of Islam among Millennial Generation Thaib, Erwin Jusuf
Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): Da'wa and Civilized Communication: Pious, Peaceful, Enlightening
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This study aims to discuss the da?wa of Islam in relation to social media and how to challenge the mainstream of Islam among millennial generations in the community of Gorontalo City. The problem of this research is how the use of social media as a vehicle for da?wa for the millennial generation in Gorontalo City and what the challenges of da'wa for the millennial generation in Gorontalo City. This research uses qualitative methods, where data is obtained through observation, interviews and documentation studies. The findings of this study that social media can be used as a medium of da'wa especially for millennial generations. His da'wa material is the same as da'wa material in general, but the packaging follows the tastes of the millennial generation. Da'wa material on social media can be in the form of short narratives, pictures, or videos. Da'wa messages are delivered casually without patronizing. Nevertheless there are challenges of da?wa on social media for the millennial generation in the form of the spread of hoaxes behind religious messages and the lack of adequate capacity of the millennial generation to filter religious messages so that they absorb whatever they find on social media. In conclusion, social media can be an alternative medium of da'wa in the delivery of da'wa for the millennial generation. However, there must be literacy efforts in accepting and understanding religious messages in social media so that they are not trapped in the massive hoax trap of today.
Digital Media Literacy for the Better Santri: Reconsidering the Power of Internet for the Students of Traditional Pesantren Rahman, Fazlul
Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): Da'wa and Civilized Communication: Pious, Peaceful, Enlightening
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Santri in traditional Pesantren had always been blamed for their incapability to handle the negative impacts of the digital media (particularly the Internet). In consequence, there have been strict rule limited even strongly forbid the usage of Internet for the santri in that kind of Pesantren. This issue, from a larger perspective, is an issue of the incapability of the digital natives to effectively use digital technologies. At this point, Palfrey and Gasser reminded us that ?there are two possible paths before us?one in which we destroy what is great about the Internet and about how young people use it, and one in which we make smart choices and head toward a bright future in a digital age.? Arguing for the potential power of the Internet for developing capacities of the santri (intellectually, religiously, and mentally), this paper is an effort to walk on the second path by proposing a formula of what I call ?DMLfS? (Digital Media Literacy for Santri). A SWOT analysis of the formula leads this paper to conclude that the Internet is considerably important for developing santri?s capacities to face the unstoppable-fast changing media technology. The formula of ?DMLfS?, this paper argues, is the one of the best answers to the question of how to create a digitally literate santri.
Peluang dan Tantangan Majelis Taklim pada Era Teknologi Informasi Ditinjau dari Perspektif Sosiologi Dakwah: Studi Kasus Majelis Taklim Jabal Al-Rahma di Perumahan Bukit Lawang Indah Kurniati, Kurniati
Proceedings of International Conference on Da'wa and Communication Vol. 1 No. 1 (2019): Da'wa and Civilized Communication: Pious, Peaceful, Enlightening
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The existence of majelis taklim still plays an important role in delivering and assisting people entering the era of advancement in information technology. The positive impact of advances in information technology opens opportunities for majors to develop better. The negative impact is a challenge for the Taklim Council in trying to overcome the existing problems. The reason for choosing the perspective of propaganda sociology is because in reality people's lives experience very rapid, progressive changes, and often appear to be symptoms of disintegratis, namely loosening of loyalty to common values. This study aims to analyze the problem of the lack of attendance at the activities of the Taklim Jabal al Rahma Assembly. The research method used is descriptive qualitative approach to the propaganda sociology. Data collection techniques with in-depth interviews as primary data and observation and literature literature as secondary data. This study uses Blumer's symbolic interactionism theory, in which Blumer has 3 main principles, namely meaning, language and thought. The results of the study found that there was a communication between the head of the taklim panel and members of the taklim board and the congregation taklim. The solution is to improve communication and optimize information technology to avoid disintegration which will endanger the continuity of Da'wa in the community itself.