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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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Articles 238 Documents
REREADING PATRIARCHAL INTERPRETATIONS ON THE QUR’AN FROM HADITH PERSPECTIVE IN THE EVE OF LAW NO. 23/2004 ON THE ELIMINATION OF DOMESTIC VIOLENCE Aisyah, Siti
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 6, No 1 (2012)
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Religious views on gender and man-woman relation in Indonesia is significant in shaping how the people including the survivors of the domestic violence perceive it. These views seem to be more intact than state initiative regulations, such as Law No. 23/2004 on the Elimination of domestic Violence. This paper tries to explore several things related to the domestic violence in Makassar, Indoneisa. The first is the correlation between the perception of  survivors about domestic violence with their gender awareness. The second is the way  that the constructed gender views are also influenced by religious interpretations. The last is the variety of interpretations on verses in the Qur’an related to gender and domestic violence. Most importantly, the paper also analyses the Qur’anic text in relation to the understanding of domestic violence justification and offer a new reading of the Qur’an using Hadith perspective.
THE CHANGING PARADIGM OF INDONESIAN JIHADIST MOVEMENTS: From al-`Aduww al-Qarib to al-`Aduww al-Ba`id Zuhri, Syaifudin
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
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Like in any other Muslim countries, an analysis of Islamic space in Indonesia cannot ignore the jihadist movements that took shape there. Since the reformation era, Indonesians have witnessed a number of bloody tragedies, ranging from religious conflicts in Ambon, attacks to the Western embassies offices, to the deadliest suicide bombings in Bali. All aforementioned attacks entails that a terrorist group operating in Southeast Asia called Jama’ah Islamiyyah does exist. The article deals with the historical account of the transformation of Indonesian jihadist movements. It will discuss, first, the intellectual roots of the emergence of transnational jihadist movements and, second, the Indonesian’ links to the trend as Jamaah Islamiyyah has demonstrated. The “near enemy” (al-‘aduww al-qarīb) and the “far enemy” (al-‘aduww al-ba‘īd) developed by Greges are key notions quoted as analytical tools to deal with diverse acts of jihadist movement in responde to the local and global parties perceived as anti-Islam.
MODERATE ISLAM IN LOMBOK: The Dialectic between Islam and Local Culture Mutawali, Mutawali
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 10, No 2 (2016)
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This study looks into the concept of moderate Islam; describes the distinctive formation of moderate Islam in Indonesia and dialectical phenomena between culture and religion in the Muslim community of the Lombok island. Grounded in qualitative method involving participative observation, interview, documentation and critical discourse analysis, this study reveals that the dialectics and dynamics between the shari’a texts with reality and local traditions in Lombok have brought about the concept of Islam Nusantara characterizing wasatiyyah (moderate), tawazun (balance), tasamuh (tolerance), shura (priotizing dialogue), dan i‘tidal (justice). Islam Lombok illustrates the harmonious interfaith coexistence comprising pluralistic societies including diverse ethnicity, religion, and culture; and portrays Islam rahmatan lil ‘Alamin (Islam as a mercy of the universe). Overall, this study suggests that the concept of moderate Islam could be seen in Lombok and might be applied in other communities in Indonesia.
ترجمة الشيخ نوويّ البنتاني و تفسيره Aruf, Muhammad Thohir
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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Shaykh Nawawi (1815-1897 M) is a scholar (ulama) and great author. This scholar has a high intellectual reputation in international domain. He lived and stayed in Mecca to learn and, all at once, teach Islam. Beside that, he is an Indonesian scholar that has sufficiently great merit in developing Islamic missionary endeavor. He had written more than 100 books of Islamic tenet consisting of tafsir, tasawwuf and akhlaq, fiqh, Islamic theology, Arab language and hadith. His books, beside they are studied by Arabic community in Middle East, are studied by people in Egypt, Malaysia, and Indonesia. His popularity made his name written in al-Munjid, a popular and most completed Arabic dictionary. Furthermore, he was also awarded a title as Sayyid `Ulama' Hijaz (Leader of Hijaz Scholar)
THE DYNAMICS OF PESANTREN: Responses toward Modernity and Mechanism in Organizing Transformation Asrohah, Hanun
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 5, No 1 (2011)
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The development of pesantren from time to time illustrates its significant role within communities. Its dynamic development appears clearly as a result of its ability to adapt into the external condition. Its communities are well-known with their social skills in dealing with external culture that comes from all types of challenges coming from outside. Pesantren has an internal mechanism to adapt into a new trend, due to the development of its function and differentiation. The empirical experiences show the ability of four imperative functions of pesantren, namely: high ability to adapt into the external world, wide-ranging goal achievement, integrative ability of unifying the unique aspects of pesantren as sub-culture, and ability in preserving the pesantren’s tradition with the principle “maintaining the old good tradition and gaining a new better tradition”. Differentiation mechanism is a gradual transformation process of pesantren that causes the steady increase of new units within it to perform their functions more effectively. This response leads to various models of pesantren.
“TEEN ISLAM” The Rise of Teenagers-Segmented Islamic Transmission through Popular Media in Indonesia Muzakki, Akh.
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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Religious-cum-cultural studies have lately noted the increasing concern of people with the religious life of the young and the teenagers. The production and consumption of Islam for teenagers have been widely undertaken. The publications, both print and non-print, have become evidence of this increasingly wide production and consumption of Islam for teenagers. Much has been written for examining this production and consumption of Islam. But, less has been devoted to analysing the growing production of Islam segmented for Muslim teenagers, particularly in relation to the historical context of the rise of this teenagers-segmented Islam, genres of this teenagers-segmented Islamic print publi­cation, and the way of presenting Islamic ideas. This paper focuses on the rise of Islamic teen literature along with its different genres in a current context of Indonesia. In doing so, it is particularly concerned with the exami­nation of the production of Islamic ideas among those Muslim teenagers through such a kind of print publication.
ÉCRITURE FÉMININE: Reconstructing Social Identity and Recontextualizing the Scripture Hanafi, M.
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
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Book Review:Book title:Women, Islam and Everyday Life: Renegotiating Polygamy in Indonesia Author:Nina NurmilaNo. of Pages:xvii + 197Year:2010Publisher:Routledge, London and New York
RELIGION AND LOCAL POLITICS: Exploring the Subcultures and the Political Participation of East Java NU Elites in the Post-New Order Era Chalik, Abdul
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 4, No 1 (2010)
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The history of the involvement of NU in politics cannot be separated from the elites of this organization in East Java. The variety of cultures that flourishes in the province strongly influences the nature and characteristics of the NU elites. This paper is an attempt to deal with the relationship between those subcultures and political participation. It focuses only on five subcultures, Mataraman, coastal areas, Arek, Madurese, and Pendalungan. The NU kiais are perceived by their followers to have played double roles as religious leaders (dealing with spiritual aspects) and community leaders (relating to socio-political aspects). Locality and its growing culture become a key factor. Locality makes a contribution to the growth of understanding about politics. Mataraman NU elites always keep their relationship with formal religious issues, and there is a tendency among them to separate religion from politics. In contrast, Madura, Pendalungan, Pesisiran (north coast), and Arek areas tend to combine religion and politics.
ISLAMIC MICROFINANCE INITIATIVES TO ENHANCE SMALL AND MEDIUM ENTERPRISES IN INDONESIA: From Historical Overview to Contemporary Situation Antonio, Muhammad Syafii
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 5, No 2 (2011)
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This paper highlights the policies and institutional setting of Small and Medium Enterprises (SME) development in Indonesia, followed by a discussion on the players in Islamic microfinance. Emphasis has been given to the potential role of Baitul Mal wa Tamwil (BMT, Islamic cooperative) as a strategic community-based micro lending initiative. The importance of Islamic microfinance initiatives as part of national program for the development of SMEs in Indonesia is also discussed. This paper argues that Islamic microfinance initiatives in Indonesia could represent an alternative source of finance for SMEs. The role of SMEs, especially after the Asian monetary crisis, was considered a safety valve for the national economic recovery both in enhancing economic growth as well as in reducing the unemployment rate. Credit distributed to SMEs has minimum risk and has sounder and better performance compared to larger enterprises. However, although having a significant role, SMEs actually have serious problems particularly as related to their capability in accessing formal financial institutions. This paper concludes by identifying the potential linkages between players in Islamic microfinance and highlights some critical points in their activities.
JUM’ATAN IN THE GRAVEYARD: An Anthropological Study of Pilgrims in the Grave of Sunan Gunung Jati Cirebon, West Java Sanusi, Burhanudin
JOURNAL OF INDONESIAN ISLAM Vol 4, No 2 (2010)
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Pilgrimage to graves of saints is popular among traditionalist Muslims in Java. Pilgrims believe that the graves are sacred. Further, they are convinced that the spirits of those holy people still can facilitate them to get God’s blessings. Such a case is also applied to the grave of Sunan Gunung Jati, one of the nine saints of Java, in Cirebon, West Java. In fact, the pilgrims acquire God’s blessing with the facilitation of the spirit of Sunan Gunung Jati. They call this ritual jum’atan, a ritual of performing prayers and chanting holy words in Friday afternoon until midnight. A number of people with economic, family, and health problems flock into the grave of the Sunan seeking for an inspiration to get a solution. In this case, religion, orthodoxy, culture and their interplay in Java is a really complex issue. Moreover, the notion of orthodoxy has been challenged by the thick of myth surrounding Sunan Gunung Jati in particular.

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