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IJISH (International Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities)
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IJISH (International Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities) is a refereed journal published by Universitas Ahmad Dahlan Yogyakarta. It is a semi-annual journal, published in April and October. The main objective of the publication is to create a platform to publish original articles, research findings, case studies and book reviews related to the field of Islamic Studies.
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HISTORIOGRAPHY OF INDONESIAN ISLAM (Historical Analysis of the Transitional Era of Social and Political System in Java in the 15-16th Century and the Contribution of Javanese Kings in Islamization) Sunarso, Ali
IJISH (International Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities) Vol 1, No 1 (2018)
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26555/ijish.v1i1.129

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This writing explained about the social, economic, and political background around the local leaders which happened when there was political power change in harbors of Java north seashores throughout the 15th century. This explanation could make clear about the process of Islamic settle through the politic power shift from Hindu-Budha to Muslim leaders in Java north seashores to be something which was plausible. The above description has ignored the social, economic, and political contexts in the societies, where the king lives and leads. This description also assumed that it was not important about the marriage relationship among Muslim sellers with princesses and between infidel leaders with Muslim leaders’ daughter in other places. A special discussion should be made to make the religious and political change to be more made sense. The way was by looking at the religious change of the area leaders as the last process of Islamic political era. The roles of imam-mollah enabled them to have practical politic activity and have high position in the activity that was as king’s adviser. The role of imam-mollah as king’s adviser was seen as the arousing of big position and role of the Brahmin and social politic system of Hindu-Budha in Indonesia. The roles of imam-mollah in the golden era of Java north seashore compared with the Brahmin also needed special review. At the beginning of Muslim sellers came to Indonesia had relationship between the activities of trade, politic, and religion. The Muslim sellers had mutualism and volunteer trade relationship with the infidel leaders in north seashores. But, day by day, if a trade center got crowded and wealth, and the community and leaders there were Muslims, the surrounded leaders who want to have relationship with Muslim sellers in the trade center seemed to have psychology push to be Muslim.
THE SUBSTANCE OF THE FORMAL PROHIBITION OF THE RIBA: ISLAMIC FINANCE AND THE TIE WITH THE REAL ECONOMY Mustofa, Latif
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.26555/ijish.v1i1.134

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Islamic Financial Institutions come up with sharia-compliant products mimicking one of their conventional counterpart. This particular development is one of the unintended consequences under the interpretation of the prohibition of interest. Islamic Finance Institutions need to find substitute for profit-generating mechanism. There is no consequential difference between ‘interestfree’ and interest-bearing products on the practical level. This paper attempts to deal with the question of the interpretation of riba on a theoretical level. This paper argues that equity-financing should be preferred to debt-financing. In doing so, this paper embraces a juristic approach to arrive at the intended conclusion. However, debt-financing could be utilised where deemed appropriate and no equity-financing method is applicable to a particular project.
SOME NOTES ON MADRASAH EDUCATION IN BANGLADESH: A HISTORICAL DESCRIPTION Karim, M Abdul
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This paper tries to describe a historical development on Madrasah education system in Bangladesh. Bangladesh or formerly known as Eats Pakistan has significant contribution in spreading Islam in Asia. In education level, this major role played by thousands of Madrasah (state or private) in Bangladesh. While some people argued that the alumni of the Madrasah are inferior to the alumni of Western education institutions, the history proved that the alumni of Madrasah have substantial contribution in creating Muslim scholars not only expertise in religious teaching but also in secular sciences. This analysis also expected to be a role model in comparing Madrasah education system in Indonesia.
MATN CRITICISM AND ITS ROLE IN THE EVALUATION OF HADITH AUTHENTICITY Ayub, Ayub
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For centuries, Muslim community has taken ‘ulūm al-ḥadīth for granted as a valid method in hadith verification; if a hadith is declared as an authentic hadith after examined using the method, then they will accept the hadith as an authentic one. Nevertheless, the traditional discipline has been criticised by various modern scholars who argue that traditional ‘ulūm alḥadīth is not a sufficient method to evaluate the authenticity of hadith reports. One of their reasons is that the traditional hadith criticism only examines the chain of narrations (sanad) of hadith reports and ignores the content (matn) of the hadith. This essay will discuss the role of matn criticism in the authentication of hadith; whether it is included in the traditional method of ‘ulūm al-ḥadīth or not, and if so, what is the criteria and how the scholars apply them.
Practicing “The Ideal Islamic Doctrines” Among Muhammadiyah Members in Karangtengah Imogiri Parjiman, Parjiman
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Muhammadiyah was established as the masterpiece of "The Enlightenment". This organization is emerged a Negari Ngayogyakarto Hadiningrat where becomes the center of Javanese’s culture and civilization. Yogyakarta is a land of civilization untouched by the Dutch colonial and even recognized sovereignty as a sovereign state. However, the people still believed supersititous (takhayul and khurafat) and still performed bid’ah at that time and these attitude became their identity. Therefore, the biggest deram of the Kyai Dahlan, the founder of Muhamamdiyah is to create the ideal Islamic society with the purest Islamic teaching. The ideal society is where the Islamic values is implemented and colloring the entire aspects of life. Thus, the people is characterizes as a religious and obedient, loyal, civilized, welfare, deliberate, courteous, progressive, leading, and discipline. This society represents a moderate society that can create a balanced culture and civilization. In this research, I present branch of Muhammadiyah of Karangtengah as a sample. The results showed that religious adherence of Karangtengah people was relatively good. In political engagement, they are not actively involved, because the members of Muhammadiyah are expected to not involved in political practice. Additionally, mosque as the place for praying is well provided and it is affecting the existence of Muhammadiyah among Muslims and the village government.
MAPPING CONTEMPORARY ISLAMIC JURISPRUDENCE OF MUḤAMMAD SAʻĪD AL-‘ASHMĀWĪ AND MUḤAMMAD SHAḤRŪR Yusroh, Yusroh; Abd. Rahman, Mohd. Zaki
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Muḥammad Saʻīd Al-‘Ashmāwī and Muḥammad Shaḥrūr are well known as contemporary Muslim thinkers. This article tries to map their contemporary ideas on Islamic jurisprudence. The main data of this research taken mainly from the works both of Al-‘Ashmāwī and Shaḥrūr. In particular, the paper tries to analyze Al-‘Ashmāwī‘s ideas on sharia, politics, hijab, marriage and divorce. On the other hand, the ideas of Shahrour on al-Qur'an, Sunnah and Fiqh, the theory of borders, pluralism, the commandment, inheritance, hijab, marriage, divorce, dowry, politics, and imamate are also critizised. After analyzing their lives and their ideas on Islamic jurisprudence, the paper found that their social, educational and practical backgrounds have affected their intellectual formations and ideas. Ashmawi is encouraged by diligence and enlightenment and is believed to be enlightened. Shahrour, however, takes a new approach in order to create the ḥudūd theory as a new way. As well as their intellectual background, Ashmawi has a good queen in Arabic, English and French as well as religion, Sharia, jurisprudence and theology. Shahrour is a good queen in Arabic, English, Russian, philosophy, philology and historical language.
HASSAN HANAFI’S RESPONSE TO WESTERN HEGEMONY IN MUQADDIMAH FĪ ‘ILMI AL-ISTIGHRĀB THROUGH HEGEMONY THEORY OF GRAMSCI Feriyadi, Feriyadi; Hadi, Syamsul
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This is a literature study on Hassan Hanafi's response to the hegemony of Western civilization by using hegemony theory of Gramsci. One of the responses discussed in this research is the discussion of Occidentalism. Hanafi introduced the notion of Occidentalism as a study of the West from the eyes of the East. He acknowledges that the West is a major entrant and also a source of scientific knowledge in our consciousness. Therefore, the West occupies a very important position. Such an important position according to Hanafi received less serious response by Muslim intellectuals. Hanafi's Occidentalism was intended to confront Western civilization's hegemony of the East consciousness. With Occidentalism it is expected that the Eastern position which has been used as the object of the study may change, that is to be an observer or researcher. In addition, Hanafi’s Occidentalism wants to end the Western myth as a representation and the holder of world civilization supremacy. Western studies of the East have so far led to a stereotype that the rise and fall of a civilization can be measured by the benchmarks of Western civilization. Such an attitude, eventually foster inferiority to other civilizations. The main source of this study is Hanafi’s book entiteled Muqaddimah fī ‘Ilmi al-Istighrāb. The paper found that Hanafi’s Occidentalism is not as a counterpart of Orientalism, not as a tool in fighting against Western civilization, nor as anti-Western, but the Occidentalism used as a means to position the West as one of civilizations without narrow fanaticism, without blind thought, while enhancing local wisdom and Eastern tradition amid advances in technology and science.

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