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Journal : Millah: Jurnal Studi Agama

Politik Pendidikan Islam Paku Buwana X Joebagio, Hermanu
Millah: Jurnal Studi Agama Vol. V, No.1 Agustus 2005 Pendidikan Berwajah Insani dan Menajamkan Nurani
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/millah.vol5.iss1.art5

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The kratons of Java were at times themselves leading agents of Islamisation. Sultan Agungs the great kings of Mataram dynastic has been reputation as reconciler of courtly culture and Islamic piety. Islamisation in Java has been stagnancy after the death of Sultan Agung, and continued centuries later by kings of Kasunanan, that is Sunan Paku Buwana (PBJ II, PB IV, PB VI, and PBX. This articles tries to analysis Islamic education politics in the reign of Sunan PBX. The background of Sunans political thinking was to restored the power that has been disappeared by penetration of Dutch colonial The strategy to restored the power that is built Islamic School in 1905, named Madrasah Mambaul ‘Ulum. This madrasah consists of elementary school level (ibtidayah), secondary school level (tsanawiyah), and senior high school level (aliyah). For ibtidaiyah level expanded in seven regencies, i.e. Klaten, Boyolali, Kartosuro, Sukoharjo, Wonogiri, Sragen, and Surakarta. The expanded Ibtidaiyah level has been provoked revivalism and Islam solidarity, this phenomenon was exceptionally beneficial to the Sarekat Islam.
POLITIK ISLAM DALAM PUSARAN SEJARAH SURAKARTA Joebagio, Hermanu
Millah: Jurnal Studi Agama Vol. XIII, No. 1, Agustus 2013 Politik dan Agama dalam Bingkai Multikulturalisme
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/millah.vol12.iss3.art7

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This article tries to analysis political strategy at the time of islamzation in 16th to 19th century. This analysis use political theory, it’s descending and ascending of power. By supporting of the Saints, it’s possible for Jin Bun (Raden Patah) built the Kingdom of Demak, and by supporting not only spread of islamization, but also reinforced political and social structure. Implication of that Islam was possible running embraces in Demak society. Conversion from Hindu to Islam could be investigation by language symbolism, for instance, the title of Ngabdurrahman Sayidin Panatagama Khalifatullah. Although the Kingdom of Demak had been collapsed, but islamization processes moved to Pajang and than to the Palace of Mataram. Furthermore Sultanate of Mataram, Sultan Agung, introduceda new strategy for spread of islamization in Java, that were: (1) palace as center ofIslamization, and (2) Islam center points of Javanese culture. The new strategy were continued of political strategy of the Saints. In the other side, Sultan Agung  supported the Saints to built pesantren or madrasah (local boarding school) that had been a grassroots political legitimation. And a grassroot power based on values of solidarity or ashabiyyah.
ISLAMIC POLITICAL THOUGHT OF PAKU BUWANA IV Joebagio, Hermanu
Millah: Jurnal Studi Agama Vol. VIII, No. 2, Februari 2009 Islam dan Lokalitas Keindonesiaan
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.20885/millah.vol8.iss2.art9

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Tekanan-tekanan politik yang dilancarkan pemerintah kolonial Belanda telah mendorong raja dan aristokrat Jawa menggunakan Islam sebagai ideologi perjuangan. Dengan landasan ideologi tersebut memberi peluang raja mengembangkan jejaring politik dengan ulama, pesantren, dan kelompok politik dalam masyakarat untuk membangun basis massa dan legitimasi politik. Keresahan politik dan ekonomi akibat pembagian kekuasaan Mataram memaksa PB IV memperkenalkan pemikiran politik Islam, din-dawlah. Pemikiran dan pengamalan politik Islam transnasional yang diperkenalkan PB IV menimbulkan kekhawatiran sejumlah elit politik Jawa dan Sunan dipaksa secara militer kembali ke cara lama.
Religious Splinter Movement from Historical Perspective Joebagio, Hermanu
Millah: Jurnal Studi Agama Vol. 7 No.2 Februari 2008 English Version
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This article tries to analyze splinter groups of Islamic religion in Indonesia. Islamization in Indonesia has been building in the framework of universal values that containes democracy, i.e. hifdz-din, hifdz-nafs, hifdz-nasl, hifdz-mal, and hifdz-aql. Political change occurred in 1998 had triggered the emergence of splinters of Islamic religion; they were Salamullah, Isa Bugis, Baha’i, Madi in Palu, Qur’an Suci, and al-Qiyadah al-Islamiyah. They used atmosphere of pluralism and inclusivism to form their splinters’ community of religion. But, Ahmadiyah in historical perspective is different, because Ahmadiyah had existed before Indonesian Independence, and took part in resisting against Western colonization. The believe code of splinters of Islamic religion are deviant. They do not accepted Muhammad as the last prophet, change ‘shahadat’ and ‘shalat’. However, some people do not agree to punish or accuse them as being “sesat (deviant)”, because there still some chances to conversion.Keywords: Islam, doctrine, democracy, splinter group or movement, and violence.
Co-Authors Abdul Aziz Adi Prayitno Akhmad Arif Musadad Akhmad Musadad, Akhmad Alfi Hafidh Ishaqro, Alfi Hafidh Alifia, Latifah Nur Andang Firmansyah Anjar Mukti Wibowo, Anjar Mukti Ariningtyas, Ristiana Eka Asri, Sangkin Mundi Bhisma Murti Budiyono Budiyono Chairany Fitriah Didik Gunawan Tamtomo Djono Djono Dono Indarto Dwi Setyawan Endang Sri Wahyuni Esti Dwi Wardayati Esti Nurhayati, Esti Fredyastuti Andryana Herman J Waluyo Izzatul Fajriyah, Izzatul Jamil, Robit Nurul Jati, Linda Puspita Kabosu, Mario Yosef Leo Agung, Leo Maria Lodika Long, Maria Lodika Muhammad Azmi, Muhammad Muhammad Iqbal Birsyada, Muhammad Iqbal Naharani, Adrestia Rifki Nunuk Suryani Nur Fatah Abidin, Nur Fatah Nurdianto, Saifuddin Alif Nurpratiwi, Hany P, Eti Poncorini Pangestu, Ninil Dwi Pawito -, Pawito Prasetya, Hanung Pratiwi, Hany Primus Tanesi, Primus Putri, Anak Agung Alit Kirti Estuti Narendra Putriningrum, Eva Rahardjo, Setyo Sri Ratna Herna Purnamawati, Ratna Herna Ratnaningsih, Titin Reka Seprina, Reka Renny Pujiartati, Renny Riezal, Chaerol Riezal, Chaerol Riezal, Chaerol Rita Benya Adriani Saiful Bachri Sariyatun Sariyatun Sasmita, Gusti Garnis Sintawati, FR. R. Dewi Astika Indah Sintawati, FR.R. Dewi Astika Indah SRI ASTUTIK Sugeng Basuki, Sugeng Sulahyuningsih, Evie Sunardi Sunardi Supanti Supanti, Supanti Surasmini Surasmini, Surasmini Surgawi, Titis Surgawi, Titis Susanto Susanto Sutarto, Agus Sutimin, Leo Agung Suyahmo Suyahmo, Suyahmo Tri Utami Triyanto, Jefri Rieski Umi Hartati, Umi Warto Warto Wasino Wasino Wibowo, Subekty Wijaya, Manggara Bagus Satria Wijaya, Manggara Bagus Satriya Windiarti Dwi Purnaningrum Yusinta Tia Rusdiana