AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies
AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies. It concerns to extensively publish the issues of islamic studies. The journal is published and printed by the STAIN Curup, Bengkulu. Published twice in a year, the journal of AJIS (Academic Journal of Islamic Studies) invites all of participant—scholars, researchers , and scientists to submit their best-papers, and publish it in AJIS (Academic Journal of Islamic Studies).
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Divergency of Emotion in the Perspective of Neuro-sciences and Islam

Handayani, Puspa, Al-Asrori, M. Ansya, Halimah, Nur, Natiqoh, Malikhatun, Alim, Wildan

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Pascasarjana Sekolah Tinggi Agama Islam Negeri (STAIN) Curup

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Since the emergence of the symptoms neuroscience in our body the center is in the brain, one of them is emotion. Emotions are intense feelings directed at someone or something, there are differences in studying emotions according to Islamic religion and neuroscience. In neuroscience emotions lie within the limbic system of the brain, whereas in Islamic religion emotions lie in the heart (Qolb). Therefore there are significant differences regarding the emergence of emotions in the neuroscience and religion of Islam, for that we try to correlate with the perspective of the neuroscience and Islam so as to produce an interconnected perspective between the two.

Building Students Islamic Characters through Information, Communication dan Technology Literacy

Sartika, Eka, Suparjo, Suparjo, Hakim, Ihsan Nul, Supardan, Dadan

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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In todays digital world, technology has contributed to an expanded understanding of literacy. Besides having literacy skills, todays students millennials - also need technology skills for communicating, investigating, accessing, and using information, thinking critically about messages inherent in new media. Teachers and staff development need to learn the use of technology as well as guiding and opening the students perspective where the technology will help them to support the Muslim world. The use of ICT is not only to create the generation with the advanced knowledge in technology but also to have the Islamic character in the future. It is bringing about new opportunity for educators, because it can provide powerful support to educational innovation in creating future generation with Islamic characters. In short, this article is mainly about how the convergence of both literacy instruction and ICT in staff development can help in promoting future generation with Islamic characters. Keywords: Students and teachers, ICT literacy, Islamic Characteremotion

The Concept of Tabarruj in the Quran according to Muslim Commentators

Wati, Mirna, Saputra, Hasep

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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Today there are still many Muslimah dressed not in accordance with the rules in the Islamic religion. Good dress habits must be planted early so that the Muslimah get used to and make Islamic dress codes entrenched in society. Tabarruj is a woman's style of dress or attitude that is excessive in order to attract the attention of others when she comes out of her house, deliberately showing the beauty of her face and body and waving her way so that she can see the jewelry in front of other people. the Aim of this research is to know the understanding of paragraph about tabarruj in the Qur'an, inside about rule dressed up or be decorated for woman. In this study the researcher used library research with the method of maudhu'i of interpretation which collects verses of the Quran based on the topic or theme set by all the verses collected based on the period of decline, then studied in depth and thoroughly from various aspects that can be explored, then pay attention to these verses with explanations and relationships with other verses. The Results show that tabarruj in the Qur'an is style dressed up or attitudes woman on purpose interesting other people's attention when she go out from her house and show her beauty.

The Meaning of Nafs in the Quran Based on Quraish Shihabs Interpretation

Andopa, Alpaqih, Hardivizon, H, Yunita, Nurma

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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: the word nafs (soul) in the context of human speech shows a side in human that has good and bad potential. In the Qur'an, nafs is mentioned 295 times. The type of this research is librarry research, namely research through library data that is representative and relevant to the research object in the form of notes, transcripts, books, interpretation books, and Arabic language dictionaries etc. The collection of research data is obtained by collecting and analyzing data relating to the nafs and books relating to human personality data sources using primary data, secondary data, and tertiary data. The research method used in this research is the method of Maudhu'i's (thematic) of interpretation that is interpreting the Quran according to a particular theme or topic. The results of this study indicate that the meaning of first nafs is the power of lust anger and stomach contained in the human soul and is the source of the emergence of despicable morals. As for the second meaning, nafs is a spiritual soul that is lathif, spiritual and rabbani. This nafs in the second sense is what constitutes human rights which distinguishes from animals and other creatures. He classified the Nafs into three, those are: First, Al-Nafs al-Muthmainnah, namely: A clear and bright soul with the remembrance of Allah and eradication of the influence of lust and despicable qualities; second, al-Nafs al-Lawamah, namely the soul that regrets itself; third, al-Nafs al-Amarah, which is the soul that always commands evil.

The Role of Islam Rahmat lil Alamin as the Solution For Exclusive Life in Indonesia

Apriani, Eka, Fathurrochman, Irwan, Harmi, Hendra

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
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Islam has given mercy to the development of languages, traditions, culture and arts found in various regions in Indonesia. Islam rahmatan lil alamin appears in the form of development and wealth of knowledge. However, Indonesia is not a religious country, but religious values are very dominant and very animating to the people in their personal lives, family, community, nation and state. Moreover, in the context of Indonesia, a country that is predominantly Muslim and becomes the foundation of the advancement of the Islamic world in the future, the spirit of religion cannot be separated from its people. In this case Islam appears as a religion that provides solutions in exclusive life, so as to create harmony that can lead to harmony in life. So the conclusion that we can take is that Islam as a religion that has the mission of rahmatanlil 'alamin must be the basis for every individual and group of Muslims to be tolerant and act well in spreading peace to all parties wherever and whenever Keyword: Islam, rahmatan lil alamin, exclusive life

The Portrait of Surau as a Forerunner of Madrasah: The Dynamics of Islamic Institutions in Minangkabau Toward Modernization

Hasibuan, Zainal Efendi

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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Surau as traditional educational institutions in Minangkabau, West Sumatera province, has significantly contributed to the emergence of outstanding figures or muslim scholars in Indonesia, some of them are those who have international reputation, such as Buya Hamka, Muhammad Natsir, Muhammad Hatta, and Haji Agus Salim. As the most influenting scholar among Indonesian muslim scholars, Sheikh Ahmad Khatib al-Minangkabawiy was used to be the teacher of the two founders of two major organizations in Indonesia, namely KH. Ahmad Dahlan the founder of Muhammadiyah and KH. Hashim Asyariy the founder of Nahdatul Ulama. On the other hand, the return of Kaum Muda Minangkabau (the youth of Minangkabau) had a strong effect on the development and performance of Surau as an educational institution. The function of Surau has developed, not only as a place for Islamic observance but also a centre of learning and teaching activities. The paper will discuss about the phases of the modernization of surau to be madrasah. This study is a library research that used content analysis. It is found that the changing function of surau from place of worship to be madrasah (Islamic school) was led by the modernist that returned after finishing studying from Mecca, they were called the youth. The changing of surau had an impact on the education system, such as aspects of the curriculum, teaching methods, teachers, students, management, and other educational components. Modernization does not only apply to aspects of the changing system but also the name. Some surau were renamed after changing into madrasah and pesantren (Islamic boarding school), such as Jembatan Besi Surau which became Sumatra Thawalib Madrasah of Padang Panjang, Alin Tagak Surau which became Alin Tagak Islamic Boarding School of West Pasaman. Keywords: surau, madrasah, Minangkabau, Modernization

Maritime Potencies in Quranic Perspective and the Role of Indonesian Youth

Roisca, Serli

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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Drawing the concept of the sea through the perspective of the Quran needs to be done, so that people know how to manage, explore, and utilize the sea. Therefore, for the purposes of exploration is required exploratory methods are balanced and proportional to avoid the occurrence of sea damage and its contents. Positioning sea exploration as one a common platform in the economic development of Indonesia, it seems that it is not only a feasible solution for the Indonesian people to rise from the crisis. Thus, they will gain prosperity and happiness in their lives. Islamic Idealism requires that the issue be restored and resolved based on the teachings contained in the Quran and Sunnah. So, the Quran serves as a guide for life and human life has been very clear exposes the potential of marine. Alquran has clearly exposed so potential mankind in the utilization of natural resources, especially marine resources. Young Indonesians proclaimed to be demographic bonuses in 2020 are the nations assets and future generations that must be able to maintain the work ethic of the sea as the embodiment of maritime culture that is still attached. The working ethos of the sea should be ingrained in the life of the youth as the generation of the nation so that the next 50 to 100 years of progress will remain intact. Therefore, improving the quality of youth especially with regard to the utilization of marine potential is very important to be done through maritime culture as a nation culture that should always be invested as the main pillar of youth development of Indonesia.

The Mapping of Dakwah Potencies in Supporting Rejang Lebong to be a Religious Regency

Hariyatoni, Hariyatoni, Saputra, Hasep

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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Islam is a religion of da??wah, which is a religion that advocates to followers to invite all people to believe, charity, create and organize life in accordance with Islamic values. Today, dawah as a noble task in its implementation has not been managed professionally and measurable. On the other hand dai has not been able to be a change agent as the ideals of Islam is rahmatan lilâlamîn. Consequently the position of dawah is less desirable because it has not been able to give a significant influence for the progress of the people. Therefore, comprehensive assessment and mapping of the strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and challenges of dawah are required. This study offers the argument that a comprehensive mapping of the matter and then accompanied by professional planning and implementation of dawah, professionally so the dawah will be able to give influence and be a solution to various problems of people life in the current era of globalization.

Empowering Women to Understand Their Role as the Prime Builder of Inclusive Society

Uyuni, Badrah

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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The inclusive society is the condition where all people fell valued. Their differences are respected, and their basic needs are met so they can live in dignity. There are many ways to achieve this dream to become true in society. One of the best ways is to acknowledge woman?? roles as the prime part of the society. As women build half of society and responsible for the nurturing, guidance and reformation of the generations of both men and women. When the women as the first teachers do not have a strong foundation in their own divine identity, we are distorted our beliefs about relationships and our own world, and when it could be accommodated this so called inclusive society. In fact, they are often at a disadvantage condition due to many factors which are rooted in the society. There are some steps that have been done to increase womens dignity by the Government, society, non-governmental organizations and the like. And it is considered successfully develop the life style of most people from the outlook of the education, economic, health, politics and others. However, there is missing link that should be existed on these improvements. The consciousness and the awareness of the women responsibility for her to developing their authentic identity is should be recognized not only by them, but also by the community in general. The family, the society and the Government in general should accommodate their existence, and never ending awareness to be always mature in building the inclusive society

Interaction of Islam with Local Culture

Hamzah, Zayadi

AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
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To understand the social and religious phenomena associated with Islamic relations with local culture in the rite of the passage of the family in general with respect to the scope of religious theory as a cultural or religious subsystem as social reality, where religion (Islam) is a social reality confronted with the process of interaction of Islam with the local culture in which Islam is embraced.The process of interaction of Islam with local culture in this study is expected to give birth to acculturation, assimilation, accommodation, conflict, and integration. This process looks at how acculturation, assimilation, accommodation, conflict, and integration exist between Islam and local culture in a social constructivist framework by focusing on what lies behind actions, from the various rituals of the family life cycle. It is assumed that Islamic relations with local culture will occur in several forms: first: the possibility of coexistence or adhesion between Islam and Rejang culture without mutual intervention and interruption; second: the possibility of integration or cohesion whether in the form of Islamic permeation into local culture or adaptation of local culture to Islam, both symbolically and substantially, and third: the possibility of conflict between Islam and local culture both latent and manifest