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JICSA (Journal of Islamic Civilization in Southeast Asia) is an international journal published by Alauddin State Islamic University of Makassar (Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar). The journal puts emphasis on aspects related to Islamic civilization in Southeast Asia, with special reference to cultures, politics, societies eco­no­mics, histories, and doctrines.
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Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia’s View toward Democracy and Nation State and Its Implication in Indonesian Democracy Mujahiduddin, Mujahiduddin
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This essay examines the emergence of HizbuutTahrirIndonesia (HTI) in the public sphere as an openly fundamentalist movement in the democratic era. HTI existed in Indonesia since the early 1980s. Its early presence was as a clandestine organization, because of the repressive state, but after 2000 it transformed itself into as an open Islamist movement. The fall of Suharto and subsequent democratic transition eradicated political restrictions, providing oxygen for HTI to publicise its religious beliefs and political program. This essay focuses on HTI’s view on democracy and nation state notion. It demonstrates that conceptually HTI is not in line with democracy concept and practically it refuses to participate in electoral politics. This writing argues that the presence of HTI with its stance anti- democracy may hamper the process of consolidating democracy in Indonesia. 
أحادیث النبي في تربیة الأخلاق لللأطفال )إرشاد النبى صلى الله علیھ وسلم فى تحلى الأطفال بالفضائل و تخلیھم عن الرذائل( Munir, Munir
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.للأدب أھمیة بارزة فى المعاملة والعشرة حتى إنھ المظھر الخارجى الذى یعبر عن الصغیر والكبیر. ولقد اھتم النبى صلى الله علیھ وسلم بغرس الأدب من جوانبھ المختلفة فى الطفل، كبیر الوالدین، والأدب مع الكبار، وأدب الأخوة، وأدب دخول البیت وأدب الاستئذان، وخلق الصدق، وحفظ الاسرار. 
The Encounter between Indigenous Religions, World Religions and Modernity Maarif, Syamsul
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This paper discusses how Ammatoans, an indigenous people of Sulawesi, embrace Islam, adjust their life with modernity, and at the same time preserve their indigenous religion. It specifically talks about the practice of Ramadan through which those three elements are articulated by Ammatoans. Building insight on Stuart Hall’s theory of “articulation,” this paper argues that those three elements are contextually exercised, advocated, challenged, and questioned, and even “humiliated” by Ammatoans. It shows that Ammatoans, with their own ways, exercise Islam and modernity as much as their indigenous religion. The three elements, for Ammatoans, are not mutually exclusive. They are dialectical as they are practiced by Ammatoans. 
A Preliminary Study of Jemaah Islamiyah in Indonesia and The Doctrine of Suicide Bombing Latif, Muhaemin
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The Existence of Jemaah Islamiyah in the world, particularly in Indonesia, cannot be underestimated by the Indonesian government. It is extremely needed a serious attention to tackle this movement. This essay entails a strong network between JI in Indonesia and al-Qaedah Link in Afganistasn. Although the emergence of JI in Indonesia cannot be separated from a former rebellion to the Indonesia New Order which was called Darul Islam, the development of JI has remarkably changed through building strong networking to international link like al-Qaedah. A number of evidence has been provided in this article to strengthen the danger of this organization. The doctrine of jihad through suicide bombing fuels the threat of JI as an international terrorist organization. Jihad was believed as the holy war against the United States, Israel, Europe, and anyone else who oppose their vision of world governed by shariah. JI itself were supported by multitude schools, charitable associations, banks, business activities and Islamic world government.
Moderate Islam as New Identity in Indonesian Foreign Policy: Between Global Role Aspiration and Co-Religious Solidarity Nugraha, Aryanta
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President SBY’s statement that Indonesia is “a country where democracy, Islam and modernity go hand in hand” has underpinned new identity in Indonesia’s foreign policy as a Moderate Islam country. Despite often claim to be the world’s largest community of Muslim, this is the first time Islam in terms of moderate, entered in glossary of Indonesia’s foreign policy as formative factor. While in preivious era Islam was insignificant and played less substantial role in Indonesia’s foreign policy, this paper seeks to scrutinise why is the moderate Islam openly articulated as part of Indonesia’s national identity? What are the purposes of the new foreign policy project in regard to the domestic tension at home and in relations with other Islamic countries and the rest of the world? This paper argues that the democratic moderate Islam identity is important in two ways. First, it is a part of the struggle to mainstreaming the moderate view in the continuing “intra-clash” among the radical and moderate Islam in Indonesia. Secondly, the new identity is put in place to aspire bigger role if not a leadership in international affairs by selling the model of democracy-moderate Islam nexus. The efficacy of this new identity, however will depend on the ability to manage the tension and conflict at home and abroad without fall into blinded coreligionist solidarity interest. 
Haji Bawakaraeng: The Resistence of Local Society in South Sulawesi Pabbajah, Mustaqim
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This research aims to explore the existence of Haji Bawakaraeng community tradition in South Sulawesi that is still consistent to depend and to keep their belief, also their resistance in depending their tradition. Besides that, researcher wants to describe the ritual phenomenon in the top of Bawakaraeng mountain.This research is the field research focused on the study about ritual tradition of Haji Bawakaraeng in South Sulawesi. Data collection is done with field observation way by using analysis descriptive method that is to observe natural condition and the social life directly to find out the data about the existence of Haji Bawakaraeng community. Data collection is also done by interviewing the figures and the believers of Haji Bawakaraeng deeply, also the documentation study done to complete the data obtained beforehand. The collected data then will be analyzed by using socio- anthropologic approach and will be explored in a qualitative descriptive way. This research shows that the ritual tradition of Haji Bawakaraeng practiced by the believer of this belief still exists until today, although they face many obstacles. They remain depending their belief strongly practiced since a long time ago by doing adaptation and negotiation of any resistance that they face at present. 
Implications of Shariah by-Law on Moslem Dress Code on Women in Indonesia Khairi, Akhmad Najibul
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Following the fall of the New Order regime in 1998, Indonesia commenced reformation to its government system from the authoritarian centralist system of Suharto’s New Order toward a democratic decentralized system. As a result, many local governments have used these new powers to locally introduce Sharia-based regulations known as Perda Shariah. However, pros and cons have emerged due to the enactment of such Shariah-based regulations. One of the controversial and discriminating point in the implementation of Sharia-based regulation is the regulation on Islamic dress code that requires Muslim women to wear veils. The report from National Commission on Violence Against Women (2010, p.III), for example, has identified around 21 policies concerning the Islamic dress code. For this reason, I will argue that Sharia-based regulations on Moslem dress code have negative impacts on women and minority groups. This essay will then be structured into two sections. The first is the explanation of the Sharia- based regulation on Moslem dress code. The second part is the analysis of the impact of these regulations on women. 
Religious Ritual as a Contestation Arena: The Experiences of Aluk Todolo Community in Tana Toraja of South Sulawesi Idaman, Idaman
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This paper explores the extent to which Todolo Aluk community in Tana Toraja in South Sulawesi make religious rituals, such as Rambu Solo’, as an arena of contestation against the domination of the official religions and cultures that existed in South Sulawesi. The ritual of Aluk Todolo community is a kind of Arena to maintain and show identity and religious traditions of the ancestors. In a study conducted in 2004 ago, researcher revealed the facts relating to the communitys efforts in Aluk Todolo by displaying their religious ceremonies in the form of renegotiate it with new beliefs or new religion, in this case Christianity. Despite periodic minimization and marginalization against followers of this belief, it acts like Rambu Solo and Rambu Tuka still often be a very interesting party even though it was done by the Toraja people who have embraced the new religion. This seemed to give the impression that despite the new religion, but some of the teachings of ancestral remains held. Adherents of Faith of the ancestors (alukta) in Tana Toraja or Aluk Todolo community is a typikal community that is still adamant refuse forms of minimization and contextualization by the official religion. Although they are less and less in quantity, but the resistance effort is still underway. Ancestral rituals seems to be a significant form of negotiation in order to maintain the confidence and culture of Aluk Todolo. Because Aluk not be separated by tradition or culture. This is what continues to be done by Tominaa Tato Dena along with a number of adherents of Aluk Todolo in Tana Toraja. 
The Religious Court in Indonesia: A Preliminary Overview of Mahkamah Syar’iyah Aceh Melayu, Hasnul Arifin
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An Act to regulate the Religious Court (PA) as one of the judicial institutions in Indonesia experienced changes in its history. One of the factors that influenced these changes was political and social circumstances that occurred in both government and society. This paper discusses the social and political influences on the existence of religious courts in Indonesia. 
The Discourse of Islamic Civil Society in Indonesia during The Reformation Tajuddin, Muhammad Saleh
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The idea of civil society is still debated. Some Indonesian Muslim intellectuals state that civil society is connected with the situation at the history of Prophet Muhammad in Madinah. As Nurcholis Madjid and Dawam interpret civil society as synonymous with the Indonesian term masyarakat madani, which refers to the Islamic society in Madinah which was constructed by the prophet Mohammed. Conversely, Wahid disagrees with Madjid and Dawams idea of Islamic civil society. Wahid’s concept of civil society is linked to his belief that the Pancasila is a more suitable ideology for the development of civil society as it is more accommodating of the ethnic and cultural diversity of Indonesia. 

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