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JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM
ISSN : 19786301     EISSN : 23556994     DOI : -
Core Subject : Religion, Social,
The Journal of Indonesian Islam (printed ISSN 1978-6301 and online ISSN 2355-6994) is a refereed academic journal published biannually by the Post­gra­duate Program (PPs) and the Institute for the Study of Religion and Society (LSAS), the State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Sunan Ampel Surabaya (SK Rektor No: In.03.1/HK.00.5/SK/408/P/2006). The journal puts emphasis on aspects related to Islamic studies in an Indonesian context, with special reference to culture, politics, society, eco­no­mics, history, and doctrines. It cordially invites contributions from scholars of related disciplines.
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THE ADVENTURE OF THE RADICAL ISLAMIC GROUP MEMBERS OF THE FREE ACEH MOVEMENT IN SEUMPAMA MATAHARI NOVEL: Study of Genetic-Structuralism Purwantini, Purwantini; Bramantio, Bramantio
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 12, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : State Islamic University (UIN) of Sunan Ampel Surabaya

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Literary work is a product of social class which is used to express the worldview. The social class action or idea described in literary work is the interpretation of the author. This study investigated the work of Arafat Nur Seumpama Matahari which is from the journal of a former combatant of the Free Aceh Movement named Thayeb Loh Angen. The objective of the study was to capture the moderate Islamic social class ideas or aspirations using Lucien Goldmann’s theory of genetic-structuralism. The results showed that the author represents an averageIslamic social class to express the worldview of nationalist-humanist and humanist-religious. In other words, moderate Islamic social level or non-violent Islam did not agree with the emergence of radical Islamic social groups in Indonesia. It is because the militant Islamic social groups contradicted to the concept of Nawa Cita as stated in the national principle of the Republic of Indonesia, Pancasila. Therefore, the combatants of the Free Aceh Movement should give up their idea to form the Indonesian Islamic State and join the Republic of Indonesia.
CONTINUITY AND CHANGE IN SUNDANESE PANANYAAN: Contesting an Islamicate Tradition in West Java Musadad, Asep Nahrul
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 12, No 1 (2018)
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This paper aims to discuss the development of pananyaan, a name for Sundanese-Priangan local shaman in terms of continuity and change. Using ethnographical method, it will provide an anthropological account of these elderly people through the investigation of the major shifts of them and their meanings, to the grand narration of Islamization process. The exploration based on the research questions leads to several conclusions. The existence of pananyaan has become primordial nature of the belief toward supernatural being. There are, at least, several major shifts in the origins pananyaan to the present. First, the shift of domestic spiritualism from local spirit to Islamic saints that reflected an elementary form of the intersection of Islam and local customs. Second, the emergence of ahli hikmah, that reflected such an outward appearance in the intersection as represented by several hybrid incantations and supernatural powers. Third, the contemporary shaman, whose Islam and local customs are united in one fashion with the influence of modern determinations. In addition, the still-taking place Islamization has become a challenge for the next development of pananyaan.
SALUTING THE PROPHET: Cultural and Artistic Expression in Javanese Society Said, Imam Ghazali
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 12, No 1 (2018)
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Puji-pujian (lit. praise poetry) has become a tradition for Muslims since the phase of the Prophet Muhammad peace be upon him until our modern phase. The contradiction between accepting and rejecting has also occurred since the apostle is still alive today. In Indonesia Puji-pujian became one of the tools to spread Islam and moral values. So these Puji-pujian became a tradition as religious song and literary art among Javanese Muslims. Uniquely, the form of Javanese literature is still tied to Arabic literature, such as Burdah, Diba’ and Barzanji. That’s why, Javanese poetry or prose of Puji-pujian are much influenced by Arabic literature and even abandon the rules of Javanese literature. And Puji-pujian also became the feature of Javanese Muslim culture since long ago. This research will reveal the culture and history of the formation of Puji-pujian, why it was integrated with Arabic literature, and to find the unique of both of Puji-pujian and Arabic literature in structure and rhyme, why it has the same formation.
FITTED SHARIA IN DEMOCRATIZING INDONESIA Ikhwan, Hakimul
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 12, No 1 (2018)
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This article argues that the so-called sharia-inspired regulations have been locally fitted through democratic processes that engaged together the elected legislative body and the executive office as well as various social groups. It bases on a qualitative fieldwork in Cianjur, a district in West Java Indonesia. There are three underpinning factors to the fitted sharia. First, it is possible because the discursive elements of sharia that enabled the Islamists to find a local and perhaps diluted, and more moderate formulation of sharia. Second, social diversity with no single group predominating required compromise and political alliance within and between the Islamist and non-Islamist groups. Third, the so-called sharia has number of secular functions related to politics, economy, and local custom that eventually brought the contesting groups to compromise. Thus, the resurgence of the sharia-inspired regulation is driven by various factors ranging from religiosity and piety to the practical and pragmatic reasons.
TOWARDS A RELIGIOUSLY HYBRID IDENTITY? The Changing Face of Javanese Islam Hilmy, Masdar
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 12, No 1 (2018)
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This article seeks to revisit the discussion of Javanese Islam from an alternative point of view. It argues that the presentation of Javanese Islam in the previous studies is no longer adequate to accommodate the most current transformation of Javanese Islam. The identity of Javanese Islam can neither be seen from syncretic point of view nor normative perspective per se, since the identity of Javanese Islam has transformed itself into something different from the past. Becoming an abangan or santri in the post-Geertz era, represents the making of a religiously hybrid identity. In the context of Geertz, to become an abangan means he/she cannot become a santri at once. At that time, a pure and puritan abangan, was hardly a practicing Muslim, but nominal Muslim. Becoming a santri, on the other hand, had to be done by disentangling any type of identity in kejawen sense. Javanese Islam has to do with whatever-you-like mentality that forms a hybrid identity among the Javanese Muslims.
THE ACTIVISM AND SURVIVAL OF THE RIAU-LINGGA ‘ULAMA’ IN THE DUTCH EAST INDIES COLONIAL ERA (1900-1913) Mohd Nor, Mohd Roslan; Dahlan, Ahmad
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 12, No 1 (2018)
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The Riau-Lingga Sultanate, previously known as the Sultanate of Johore, covered a large region which included the Riau-Lingga islands, Singapore, some parts of Malaya and some parts of the Sumatera eastern coasts. It was considered a powerful Malay kingdom in the region. However, after the defeat of the Yang Dipertuan Muda Riau Raja Haji in 1784, which was followed by the one-sided Anglo-Dutch Treaty in 1824, the sultanate became divided, with only a small part of the region remaining under its rule. This paper attempts to explore the role of ‘ulama’ in Riau Lingga during the Dutch colonial politics in the region, especially in relation to the discussion of the development of Islam in the early twentieth century Indonesia. It discusses the role and contribution some of the most influential scholars and ‘Ulama’ in the sultanate included Raja Ali Tengku Kelana also known as Raja Ali Kelana, Raja Hitam or Raja Khalid Hitam, Raja Abdul Rahman Kecik, Raja Muhammad and the candidate for the Riau-Lingga sultan, Tengku Besar.

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