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AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies
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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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The Development of Islamic Study Through The Study of Figures: Significance and Methodology Naim, Ngainun
AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2017)
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This article describes the role of figure studies in Islamic studies. The study of real figures has been around for a long time and developed in the Islamic Religious Higher Education (PTKI). However, it takes various methodological and strategic steps to make its existence enrich the treasures of Islamic studies. Within this framework, this paper provides an affirmative perspective on the significance, methodology, and contributions of the study of the characters in Islamic studies. The study used in this paper is a review of literature that is structured in such a way that the basis of argumentation developed from the thinking of the experts of Islamic studies and other experts who have attention to the study of figures. This article is expected to provide a reinforcing perspective on the importance of theoretical reinforcement and methodological study of figures.
Islamic Dynamics in Indonesia Edyar, Busman
AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2016)
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In contrast to countries in Southeast Asia such as Malaysia, Singapore, Brunei Darussalam, and even Thailand, Islam in Indonesia has special characteristics. If these countries have a homogeneous tendency, on the other hand Indonesia is very heterogeneous. The strong hegemony of the authority of the religious life, tend to become a reason for the emergence of a monolithic color in religious life. Otherwise, in Indonesia, the strong pull of the relationship between Islam and the country it self, led to religious practice that necessitates the diversity, the denial of the diversity. The following article examines the religious diversity which apparent since Indonesia emerged as a country. Keywords: dynamics, Islam, Indonesia
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 Asy'ariy 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
Islamic Religious Learning In Providing Understanding Of Radical Hazards Based On Affection Approach (Study on Islamic religious Subjects at Junior High School) Kusen, Kusen
AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 2, No 1 (2017)
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The word Islam and radical, is a familiar word to hear, even in many of the recent events carried out by a group of people who in the name of Islam. Understanding the radical concept has penetrated into various elements, included in education. In responsing to this, the goverment have to take an action through reorganizing the existing materials in Islamic lesson which is taught in educational institutions. Rearrangement of islamic lesson is important. Because the existing material had proved that its inadequate to bear students who are tolerant, moderate, and inclusive. The proof can be seen from the number of terrorist and Islamic radicalism which is involving educated young people, both students, college students, or college graduates. Moreover, lately, there has been a tendency of systematic efforts by certain denominations to teach extreme ideological loyalist of religious doctrine among learners. This paper tries to provide an understanding which related to radical concepts on the explanation of Islamic lesson materials in junior high school. So that, learners can understand more about the concept of islam which is peaceful not violence. One of the strategy in providing a radical understanding among learners is to develop Islamic lesson materials through compassion-based learning.
Al-Mas’uliyyah al-Madaniyyah li al-Thabib fi al-Akhta’ al-Thibbiyyah: Dirasah Muqaranah baina al-Qanun al-Madaniy al-Libiy wa al-Shari’ah al-Islamiyyah Muhammad, Mustafa Hamid
AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2016)
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إن مسؤولية الطبيب تعتبر عقدية كلما وجد رابط عقدي بين الطرفين، واستثناءاً تعتبر مسؤولية تقصيرية، كما أن طبيعة التزام الطبيب اتجاه المريض يكون التزام ببذل عناية بالأصل وليس بتحقيق نتيجة ولكن هناك حالات استثنائية يلتزم فيها بتحقيق نتيجة. وهي الحالات التي يكون محلها محدداً بدقة كعمليات التجميل، واستعمال الأدوات والأجهزة الطبية والتركيبات الصناعية والأدوية ونقل الدم والتحاليل الطبيبة والتطعيم.وأيضاً الاتجاه السائد في الفقه والقضاء، بأنه يجب النظر إلى وحدة الخطأ الطبي، لإتفاقه مع حكم القانون الذي لم يفرق بين نوع وآخر من الأخطاء، بحيث يسأل الطبيب عن أخطائه الضارة بالغير أو بمرضاه دون تفرقة بين خطأ جسيم أو غير جسيم.. وبذلك يتفق حكم القانون الوضعي الليبي مع حكم الشريعة الإسلامية حول وحدة مفهوم الخطأ أو وصفه في نطاق المسؤولية المدنية للطبيب، فلا مسؤولية عليه ولا ضمان. إلا إذا ثبت خروجه عن الأصول العلمية على وجه اليقين أو التحقيق عندئذ يعتبر مخطئاً فيتعرض للمساءلة والضمان (التعويض) وهذا ماأكدته الشريعة الإسلامية والقانون الوضعي وفقهاء المذاهب الأربعة ،كما أورد الباحث بعض التوصيات التي يجب أن يضعها المشرع الليبي في عين الاعتبار والتي من أهمها أن يتم تعديل واضافة بعض المواد التي يكون التزام الطبيب فيها بتحقيق نتيجة مع إضافة مذكرات شارحه لهذه المواد
Methodology of Islamic Studies in The East and in The West: A Comparative Review on The Study of Hadith El Chirri, Nabila
AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 2, No 2 (2017)
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Discourse on Islam and hadith seems to always attract the attention of many people, both Muslims and non-Muslims. It is proven until now, studies of hadith both concerning the criticism of its authenticity, as well as the methodology of its understanding continue to grow. The hadith of the Prophet, or often referred to the Sunnah of the Prophet, does not only attract the attention of Muslims and Muslim scientists to study and understand more about it. A number of Western scholars (non-Muslims) are also seen to have serious concerns on this issue. They are studying many of the Prophets hadiths, especially regarding its authenticity. They have long been interested in Islamic studies, hadiths and writing texts of hadith, they focus on the main (text) of the hadith material, and the sanad (narrator of hadith), this approach they call the study of analysis of sanad (isnad-analytical study).
Islamic Studies in Sumatera: Prospects and Challenges Zuhri, Zuhri
AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2016)
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Discussing about Islamic studies in the territorial context has long been mentioned by observers in contemporary Islamic studies after the collapse of orientalist’s paradigm, however, in the territorial context of Indonesia, a regional Islamic studies has not been mentioned at all. Whereas, materially, both in the context of humanity nor religion, it is very urgent for being researched and developed in Indonesia, both from science, research, or institutional side. This article tries to start the efforts above by targeting the Islamic studies of Sumatra. The growth history and also interaction’s dynamics of religion and socials, the struggle between religion and power as reflected in the results of studies about classical Islam of Sumatera, both in the colonialism and post-colonialism era indicated a shift in issues knots. In the context of Islamic studies, that fact is a prospective land and also a challenge for further investigation. Because in each shift, the existence of religion and religious are always in disadvantaged position. Therefore, it is needed to revitalize Islamic studies on Sumatra that was driven by the higher religious education in order to maintain the existence and contribution for meeting the various dynamics and relations issues, also the conflicts of interest among religion, humanity, capitalism, environmental and power which have been more complex lately, particularly in Sumatera. Keywords: Islam, Islamic Studies, Sumatera
The Historical Background of The Ideology of Terrorism In Indonesia After September 11, 2001 Nasir, Muhammad
AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 1, No 1 (2016)
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The terrorist attact on September 11, 2001, became a turning point as well as a feedback in stipulating the emergence of other radical movements in many parts of the world. This on-going phenomenon can be regarded as global terrorist. Terrorism does not suddenly exist in Indonesia. There is a long history behind its existence. Tracing the history of the ideology is very important to minimize or avoid a bias judgment. Moreover, the term terrorism is usually used by certain groups to discredit particular religion even used as a commodity by advance country to judge the development country in order to create global secure. Keyword: terorism, fundamentalism, radicalism
Islamic Education in the Obstruction of Religious Radicalism (Reflection on Epistemology-Methodology) Muhajir, Muhajir
AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 2, No 1 (2017)
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The change of living pattern into permissive, open, highly-mobile life style, as well as the high risk of anarchistic actions, requires the establishment of steady education system which is capable ofresponding the demanding challenge. Islamic education in particular, is forced to constantly adapt to the existing phenomena arising in society. Based on this consideration, Islamic education curriculum has found its moment to be carefully redesigned as an inclusive, down to earth curriculum promoted as a picture of peaceful tolerant Islam, endlessly sholih li kullizamanwamakan.
Tabot Festival of Bengkulu and Local Wisdoms Ridwan, Rifanto bin
AJIS: Academic Journal of Islamic Studies Vol 1, No 2 (2016)
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Tabot is a series of rituals to commemorate the martyrdom of Hussein bin Ali bin Abi Talib who died in an unbalance war against the army of Yazid bin Muawiyah in The Battle of Karbala. At first, Tabot Festival was a religious ritual affiliated to Shia. It was first brought by Sheikh Burhanuddin known as Imam Senggolo in 1685. There are many similarities between Tabot in Bengkulu and Ta’ziyeh ritual celebrated by the followers of Shia in Persia and other countries that have many adherents of Shia. However, their relationship was limited to common history and the execution time only, while in terms of politics and religion, there is no connection between the two Over time, there is a shift in the meaning of Tabot, from religious ritual became a cultural festival in Bengkulu. There are some people who question the authenticity of Tabot and consider that it deviates the teachings of religion. However, the study found that the Tabot Festival is no longer belong to a particular individual or group, but it has become a common property of Bengkulu society. It has become a cultural heritage that must be preserved. Keywords: tabot, Bengkulu, local wisdom

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