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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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AYAT SUCI LENYEPANEUN AND SOCIAL CRITIQUES: Moh. E. Hasim’s Critiques of the Political Policy of the New Order Nurdin, Ahmad Ali; Rohmana, Jajang A
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 13, No 1 (2019)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (634.139 KB) | DOI: 10.15642/JIIS.2019.13.1.141-176

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One of the main objectives of the tafsīr (Quranic interpretation) is to explain its Quranic contents to readers. In fact, tafsīr also demonstrates an interaction between writers of tafsīr and their socio-context where they lives. In Sundanese region, Moh. E. Hasim also criticised the New Order’s policies when he wrote his tafsīr called Ayat Suci Lenyepaneun. What are his critiques? How did he make critiques when at the same time he was writing the tafsīr? How was his critique’s position among socio-discourses that appeared in the Muslim world? Through the discourse-analysis approach, this study argues that Hasim’s comments on the New Order’s policies in his Lenyepaneun tafsīr demonstrate a dialectical process of the interpreter (writer) with the socio-political context, which he faced. The texts’ critiques of Hasim to the issue of gambling (Porkas and SDSB) and banning of veil demonstrated Hasim’s challenge to the government’s hegemony, which was very repressive. Hasim has successfully combined varieties of ‘horizons’, one being himself as a writer, the socio-political horizon and the horizon of the readers. Hasim’s tafsīr has not only displayed the socio-political situation of the society at that time but also became his tool to deliver his critiques.
TOWARD A NEW THEOLOGY FOR A RELIGIOUSLY RESTLESS REGION: The Accommodation of Local Traditions into Islamic Law in Lombok Huda, Miftahul
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 13, No 1 (2019)
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The issue of local traditions and their position in Islamic law frequently still sparks disputes, tensions, and conflicts among Muslims in Lombok. Large number of Muslims willingly practice such traditions in their life, such as celebrating Islamic historical events such as maulid al-nabi (the prophet birthday), isra mi‘raj, and collective zikr while the others fiercely abhor them. For example. This article aims at delve on such issues to trace the intellectual roots of such difference, and to find further explanation in the view of Islamic legal theory. By qualitative analysis in normative, and sociological perspective, this research finds that the real thoughts of the early pious generation (salaf al-salih) are generally not as rigid as imagined, as claimed by many people. Finally, this research also finds, and constructs eight gates for accommodation of various recent cultural innovations, and local traditions, with specil reference in Lombok, into the construction of Islamic legal theory with certain conditions.
THE FUNCTION AND POSITION OF PENGHULU IN RAFFLES’ KITAB HUKUM MANUSCRIPT (1814) Aminuddin, Hazmirullah; Ma'mun, Titin Nurhayati; Dienaputra, Reiza D; Sudjana, U
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 13, No 1 (2019)
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In this article, we discuss the function and position of penghulu in Java in the second decade of the nineteenth century. The object of this study is a manuscript from the British Library collection, coded Mss Eur D/742.1, ff. 155-166, that was issued by Thomas Stamford Raffles, the Lieutenant-Governor of Java, and Its Dependencies, on 11 February 1814. The manuscript actually regulates the general justice system. However, in this article, we will only discuss a number of rules that are directly related to the function and position of penghulu in the justice system. The paper will show that penghulu, in Raffles? regulation, was functioned as an expert to be presented to a court. He must expound about Islamic law or customary law related to cases that were being handled by the court. In fact, when it was first formed in the early days of the Demak Sultanate (1475-1554), the penghulu was a representative of the sultan and is held responsible for the implementation of the rules of Islam. Meanwhile, in the field of law, the penghulu was head of the court.
ONE MOSQUE, TWO QIBLAHS: Understanding the Difference in Qiblah Direction of the Nagari Suayan Mosque in West Sumatera, Indonesia Firdaus, Firdaus; Halim, Abdul; Wira, Ahmad; Ridwan, Benny; Bustaman, Risman
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 13, No 1 (2019)
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The difference in qiblah direction found among the congregation of the Nagari Suayan Mosque in Lima Puluh Kota Regency of West Sumatera began as there was an initiative to remeasure the qiblah direction by a caretaker and imam of the mosque. The difference had turned into a conflict between the Straight Qiblah congregation and the Skewed Qiblah congregation due to the lack of communication and dissemination regarding the change in qiblah direction. While in fact, facing the direction of qiblah during salat is a belief that both groups distinctly hold. This article explains the various contexts that underlie the difference and the idea of intragroup tolerance, which is the most significant finding in this study. Intragroup tolerance in practicing religion refers to the ability or willingness to tolerate differences in the rituals/practices found among varying congregations of the same religion. The research indicates that tolerating differences is part of a journey toward peace between two differing parties, and it may have implication on developing the definition of tolerance.
MANAGING THE HALAL INDUSTRY AND THE PURCHASE INTENTION OF INDONESIAN MUSLIMS: The Case of Wardah Cosmetics Sukesi, Sukesi; Prasadio Akbar Hidayat, Wanda Gema
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 13, No 1 (2019)
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The issue on halal currently becomes a global trend. As a matter of fact, it has also become the lifestyle of Muslims around the world including Indonesia, a country with the largest Muslim population. One interesting phenomenon in Indonesia in relation to the halal industry is Wardah Cosmetics. This brand can be called as the pioneer of halal cosmetics in Indonesia. It promotes itself with three taglines; pure and safe, beauty expert, and inspiring beauty. Unfortunately, Wardah has not yet achieved its optimal potential as there are still negative responses towards the quality of Wardah products. In addition, the distribution of Wardah products are still segmented in urban areas only. Despite the fact, Wardah still is a good showcase of the success of halal industry particularly the cosmetics industry as it succeed to position itself as one the leading brands in Indonesia. This paper finds that the strategy and mechanisms of the halal industry run by wardah cosmetics have been closely connected to the purchase intention of the Indonesia Muslims.
THE LOCAL CONSTRUCTION OF RELIGIOUS BLASPHEMY IN EAST JAVA Huda, Syamsul
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 13, No 1 (2019)
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The blasphemy case of Basuki Tjahaja Purnama, known as Ahok, who is a Christian and was Jakarta?s non-Muslim governor, has sparked different reactions among Muslim groups in Indonesia. Reactions of Muslim groups of different persuasion in East Java will be highlighted in this article. Two theological constructions emerged out of this case, namely textual-normative and moderate-substantive construc­tions. This article aims to identify theological construction and social actions as normative propositions and actions of Muslim groups in East Java. To comprehend the concepts and responses through the article, several leaders of the Muslim roups such as FPI (Front Pembela Islam), HTI (Hizb al-Tahrir Indonesia), FUI (Forum Umat Islam), MMI (Majlis Mujahidin Indonesia), Al-Irsyad, FS-LDK (Forum Studi Lembaga Dakwah Kampus), NU (Nahdlatul Ulama) and Muhammadiyah were interviewed. The article finds that moderate and rational theological concept of blasphemy is coined by major Muslim groups especially NU and Muhammadiyah which prioritize greater national interest, whereas other Muslim roups, especially those with literal interpretation, promote political identity vis-à-vis other religious groups.
CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT IN INDONESIA: A Study of Hijrah Festival in Jakarta in 2018 Hasan, Hadri
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 13, No 1 (2019)
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One result of the interplay between Islamic da’wa, popular culture, and employment of information technology in Indonesian community is the emergence hijrah movement. The term hijrah in Indonesia is employed to denote term tawbah among contemporary young Muslims. This term is well-known among Muslim artists in several countries who declare themselves to have migrate from bad living (decadent) in the past to good ones (Islamic) in present. In 2018, these youths held a three-day festival of Hijrah in Jakarta to display commitment and dedication in their hijrah. Seventeen Muslim well-known Indonesian clerics and thousands of youths of hijrah attended the festival. This article discusses this new religious phenomenon of hijrah as it is reflected in the festival as well as analyzes the quotations of the Holy Quran used by leading figures in this festival by comparing it to Quranic exegesis of past Muslim scholars. From the study, it can be concluded that the festival strengthens the reach of hijrah movement among Muslim youths in the city. This is achieved through the employment of some Quranic verses related to hijrah in this festival.
SECURING THE STATE, DEFENDING THE RELIGION: An Analysis of Boelan Sabit Newspaper Publications (December 1945-January 1946) Zara, Muhammad Yuanda
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 13, No 1 (2019)
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This article discusses how the narration of Islamic-ness and Indonesian-ness in the midst of the war of independence was represented in an Islamic newspaper called Boelan Sabit. The period under study is a month (December 15, 1945-January 14, 1946). Using the historical method, the research findings revealed that Boelan Sabit newspaper incessantly called for Indonesian Muslims to defend Indonesian independence from Dutch colonialism and British occupation based on both Islam and nationalism. The newspaper ensured its Muslim readers that the period of independence was a time to strengthen the two identities inherent in them, namely a son of Indonesia and a Muslim. In this regard, this newspaper took the legitimacy and inspiration in maintaining Indonesian independence from the Quran and other resources of Islamic teachings. In addition, Boelan Sabit newspaper encouraged Muslim readers to have broad knowledge concerning on affairs of state through publishing articles about modern state-related concepts, including deliberation, sovereignty, democracy, and dominion status. Further, this newspaper had a role in helping Indonesian Muslims to understand and accept their new identity after the second world war as a patriotic Indonesian citizen as well as a pious Muslim.
EVOLUTION AND ORIENTATION OF ISLAMIC EDUCATION IN INDONESIA AND MALAYSIA Fuad, Ah. Zakki; Zaini, Achmad; Mas’ud, Ali
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 13, No 1 (2019)
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Islamic education in Indonesia and Malaysia stemmed from the very same origin, pondok pesantren. However, they went different ways due to several drives. As madrasah transformed some forms of pondok pesantren, colonial and political context has shaped Islamic education in Indonesia and Malaysia. In Indonesia, education is administered in a separate ministry and finally formed a curriculum that enable graduates to endeavor not only in religious fields but also in all walks of life. Whereas Ministry of Malaysian Education regulate both national education and religious education all students in Indonesia and Malaysia, though, regardless of their schools, must study religion with different gradation. While Islamic instruction in Indonesian schools is supplied only to shape religious character, Malaysian schools strive to create an integration between Islamic and non-Islamic sciences. Pondok pesantrens too, have developed to a degree that differing features do occur, although they share several resemblances. Their private natures enable pondok pesantrens to improvise their education with different outcome and shape, but remain a deeply rooted in Islamic education in both countries.
K-POP FANDOM IN VEIL: Religious Reception and Adaptation to Popular Culture Yoon, Sunny
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 13, No 1 (2019)
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Indonesia is a rising center of K-pop fandom next to China and Japan. This study examines K-pop fandom in Indonesia by focusing on intercultural communication between two countries whose cultural and religious differences are extensive. An ethnographic study of young Muslims in Indonesia was conducted in order to examine the motivations and cultural practice of K-pop fans. Having the largest Muslim population in the world, Indonesia has young people who both practice religious piety sincerely, and enjoy Korean popular music passionately. Although these interests appear to be contradictory, the historical and social context of Indonesian Islam provides a clue about how they accept cultural diversity. K-pop fandom implies multiple meaning. Long term study of this ethnography using in-depth interviews and participatory observation is an attempt to find the inner meaning of K-pop fandom in Indonesia seemingly contradicting from religious piety that most young Indonesians maintain now. Cultural tastes of young Muslims imply social consciousness and vision of new cultural identity that they wish to promote. This case may enlighten a new alternative to the radicalization of Islam and an example of intercultural cooperation in global communication.

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