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ALQALAM (e-ISSN: 2620-598X; p-ISSN: 1410-3222) is a journal published by the Center for Research and Community Service of UIN Sultan Maulana Hasanuddin Banten-INDONESIA. ALQALAM is an academic journal published twice a year (every six months). ALQALAM had been accreditated by Ministry of Education and Culture No. 80/DIKTI/Kep./2012, 13 Desember 2012. This journal focuses on specific themes of Islamic Studies.
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MUSLIM ORGANIZATIONS AT NATIONAL AND LOCAL LEVEL Rohman, Rohman
ALQALAM Vol 28 No 3 (2011): September-December 2011
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Makalah ini mencoba menJelaskan fragmentasi otoritas keagamaan di Indonesia, lebih khusus lagi di Provinsi Banten. Bagian pertama dalam artikel ini membahas tentang SeJarah perkembangan otoritas keagamaan dan pendirian organisasi Islam tradisional dan modern di awal abad ke-20, termasuk pendirian MUI sebagai usaha pemerintah untuk mempersatukan organisasi-organisasi Islam di Indonesia. Bagian kedua membahas tentang 'ulama' Banten, organisasi­organisasi Islam di Banten, dan pendirian MUI Banten. Dalam mengenali karakteristik otoritas agama, kita bisa menghargai bagaimana muslim Indonesia berjuang untuk menemukan sumber valid bagi otoritas keagamaan yang memikiki hak untuk berbicara tentang Islam.Kata Kunci: otoritas keagamaan, organisasi muslim tradisionalis dan modernis,
MODERNITY IN THE FRAME OF MULLAH AUTHORITIES IN DAUDI BOHRA DENOMINATION MUTTAQIN, E. ZAENAL
ALQALAM Vol 28 No 3 (2011): September-December 2011
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Daudi Bohras as a prominent Shiite Ismaili sect in India has been recognized as a modern Islamic society. Despite their traditional Islamic Shiite custom which is brought up from their ancestry, yet the people of Bohras has a distinct perspective toward Islam as the way of life. Unlike the other Shiite sects that put themselves on a distance to the modernity, Bohras people are able to cooperate within the modern issues in the frame of traditional. Mullah, or Da'i Mutlaq played an important role as a top cleric leader in guiding his people according to their rules. Indeed, Da'i Mutlaq, who is recognized as a representative of imam (leader of Shiite Islam), has successfully combined the outlook of his people in defining Islam in their cultural frame. Therefore, it is an intriguing phenomenon to be observed This paper is, as a matter of fact, Jonah Blanks anthropological work used as a main reference. Keywords: Daudi Bohra, Shiite, India
POTENSI KONFLIK PADA TRADISI MERARIK DI PULAU LOMBOK ANIQ, AHMAD FATHAN
ALQALAM Vol 28 No 3 (2011): September-December 2011
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Merarik is a marriage process of Sasak tradition in which a bridegroom runs away with the bride before marriage settlement or wedding procession is conducted lawfully based on both religion and national law. Initially, merarik is merely a term of an action running away with a girl to take in marriage. However, later on, it has a wider meaning. It is extensively used to name a whole series of marriage in Sasak community. Unfortunately, nowadays the tradition of merarik is frequently misapplied as a way to abduct a girl to be married even though without any agreement of her parents. It frequently causes conflicts between two families. In this regard, merarik becomes an interesting topic to discuss because at all events, several practices of such a tradition contravene the rights of women and their parents. Women cannot make a choice a bridefroom whom they love.Moreover, under-age marriages also often occur. As a consequence, most of women stop far schools. Why does the tradition of merarik still exist in a society This phenomenon shows as if there is a legitimation of the Sasak men who have a mind to maintain this tradition. This article tries to study how Sasak community as the majority of Muslim understand and interprete this phenomenon. Key Words: Merarik, Marriage, women forcefulness, Sasak Community
KONSEP 'AWALIM 'ABD ALLAH BIN 'ABD AL-QAHHAR AL-BANTANI DALAM DISKURSUS WUJUDIYYAH DI NUSANTARA KURNIAWAN, ADE FAKIH
ALQALAM Vol 28 No 3 (2011): September-December 2011
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This article aims at observing the Wujudiyyah teaching of 'Abd Allah bin 'Abd al-Qahhar al-Bantani on the text Masyahid an-Ndik fi maqamat as-Salik. Even though 'Abd Allah bin 'Abd alQahhar al-Bantani was as a great ulama in the period of Sultan Abu an-Nasr 'Arif Syifa' Zain al 'Asyiqin—the ruler of the sultanate of Banten in the eighteenth century--his name was scarcely mentioned in the history of Banten. This sultan asked him to write a book of Wujudiyyah, especially dealing with tajalliyat. The polemic of WuJudiyyah happens in Banten is different from that of in Aceh. In Banten, there is no information stating that the sultan of Banten bans and considers the adherents of wujudiyyah teaching as infidel (unbeliever). Dealing with tajalliyat concept, he expresses it in the explanation of tajalli phases of God over the realm that he divides into four kinds of world: 'alam ilahi, 'alam jabarut, 'alam malakut and 'alam nasut. His division of these worlds is much different from al-Burhanpuri's concept of Martabat Tujuh and the world concepts of Hamzah Fansuri, al-jili as well as lbn 'Arabi. Keywords: WuJudiyyah, 'Awalim, Martabat Tujuh, Maratib Al-Wujud
MEKANISME PASAR DALAM PERSPEKTIF EKONOMI ISLAM HEJAZZIEY, DJAWAHIR
ALQALAM Vol 28 No 3 (2011): September-December 2011
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Islamic economy views that the states, markets, and individuals should be in the equilibrium state. One may not become more inferior than other ones so that one is more dominant than other ones. The freedom of markets is guaranteed in Islam. The market is free to determine the production ways and prices. Disturbances causing the defects of market balance should be avoided. However, because it is difficult to find the market which can fairly run alone, the distortion of market is frequently happened so that it can harm many parties. Therefore, Islam permits the state to interfere the market to make the market becoming normal. The market which is allowed to run alone without any control causes the domination of market merely by several parties, such as the capital owners, the infrastructure ruler, and the information owners asymmetric information also be come problems which could not be solved by market. The duty of the state is to regulate and to control economy, to ensure the competition of market run perfectly, to organize well-distributed information and the justice of economy.Its role as the organizer does not, at moment's notice, make it dominant because the state may not disturb the market which has run proportionately. Its role just applies when distortion in market happens. Key Words: market mechanism, Islamic Economy
FAKTOR-FAKTOR KEMUNCULAN GERAKAN RADIKAL DALAM ISLAM KAROMAH, ATU
ALQALAM Vol 28 No 3 (2011): September-December 2011
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This article focuses on the causes of the radicalism of religions which sometimes perform violence. The modern thinkers believe that religion will fade and loss its role in a society when the society develops to be a modern society. They also believe that the advancement of various sciences will make religion as merely the past inheritance of human being that will be lost along with the development of modernization. Therefore, the social scientist generally believe that 'the death of religion' from human life all over the world is marking the time. The emergence of radicalism of religion in the social and political life of contemporary society is caused by various closely related factors. The radicalism of religion is indicated by the attitude of several adherents who perform denial to human values by performing harshness and terrorism. The adherents of a religion frequentfy assume that they are the only right ones without any compromise, non-history, and anti-dialogues in understanding the holy texts so that they are labeled as fundamentalists, extremists, radicalists, and so on. There are many factors causing emergence of radicalism of religion such as politics, social, economy, culture and theology. Key Words: Radicalism, crisis of modernity, fundamentalism  
BUNGA DAN RIBA Muhammad, Muhammad
ALQALAM Vol 28 No 3 (2011): September-December 2011
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Interest and riba' become interesting discourses frequently debated by Muslims scholars all the time. Some of them, for several reasons, view that interest is something different from riba'. This view is represented by Muslim scholars recognized as Islam modernists. Meanwhile, some others view both interest and riba' are similar; a unity which can not be distinguished and separated. According to this second group, interest is riba', and riba' is interest. This group is well­known as Islam-Neo revivalists.This article does not intend to confrontate both of these two groups, Islam modernists and Islam-Neo revivalists. It just tries to explore the Islam-Neo revivalists' views on their main base in understanding the similarities between interest and riba', and their impacts in creating the stability of economy. Keywords: Neo-Revivalist, Interest, riba', fair, Economy, Islamic Banking
STRATEGI REKRUTMEN PARTAI KEADILAN SEJAHTERA YOGYAKARTA MAROM, AHMAD ANFASUL
ALQALAM Vol 28 No 3 (2011): September-December 2011
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Nowadays, recruitment becomes a serious problem for political party reform in Indonesia. We have witnessed many instant cadres who lacked competence but easily obtained a position. Apparently, this issue has become a trend among parties causing the party function to change into broker such as Out Sourching Company. Before the cadres were engaged in political activities, they were already known in the public space such as celebrities, rich men, and elite families. By this context, we need to pay attention toward this phenomenon because from this point the policy makers are made. This paper will highlight the recruitment process of Prosperous and Justice Patry (PKS) in Yogyakarta. The time setting is after 2009 Election. There are two research questions that will be discussed here: First, what kind of strategies do PKS use in recruiting their cadres? Second, how do they select their cadre to be placed in strategic positions (party, executive, legislative)? Furthermore, this paper will adopt some theories of recruitment to examine the PKS's political party typology. Keywords: Islamic party, Prosperous and Justice Party (PKS), Yogyakarta

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