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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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IJITIHAD OF SULTAN MUHAMMAD IDRUS KAIMUDDIN (1824-1851) IN BUTON, SOUTHEAST SULAWESI, INDONESIA Melamba, M.A., Basrin; Muarifuddin, Muarifuddin
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The introduction of Islam in the Sultanate of Buton has brought about changes in the social, political, and even intellectual aspects of the sultanate. This is observable in the thought of local scholars who try to blend Islam and local culture. One of these figures is Sultan Muhammad Idrus Kaimuddin (1824-1851). The thought of Sultan Muhammad Idrus Kaimuddin finds the essence of its concept of manners or etiquette in the teachings of the ancestors in Bula Kabanti Malino and several works of Sultan Muhammad Idrus Kaimuddin. The guidance of the public and court authorities in the Sultanate of Buton was basically and mostly coming from the teachings of Islam. Thinking in terms of ethics, morals, manners, the advice of Sultan Kaimuddin has deep horizons of knowledge and thought. The magnitude of the influence of Islam in the thought of Muhammad Idrus Kaimuddin evidently works, which proves that the process of acculturation between Islam and Butonese culture runs well. The acculturation between Islam and Butonese culture was essentially a formation process of Butonese civilization centered in the palace and passed on to Buton society in general, through the process of cultural dialogue between Buton (Wolio) and Islam. 
Islam, Adat, And Conflict Resolution : Study of Mosehe Ritual in TheTolakiPeople of KonaweKonawe Regency, Southeast Sulawesi Koodoh, Erens Elvianus; Idaman, Idaman
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Every ethnic group in Indonesia has a local wisdom in terms of conflict resolution. In the context of Tolaki community, they have Mosehe ritual which can be regarded as an example of local wisdom to resolve their conflicts that often occurs in Tolaki community. Literally, Mosehe is a combination of two words: mo and sehe. Mo is doing something, and sehe which means sacred or healthy. Mosehe is an effort of cleansing themselves from all the works that are wrong. Mosehe as one of a conflict resolution at the outset was influenced by the events in the past by successive in that convinced by the younger generation of Tolaki people until this day as the main cause for the necessarily carried out the mosehe ceremony. These events may be saying as the oath , attitudes and actions by the parents / ancestors of Tolaki , which also affected the lives of people Tolaki to this day. In terms of its implementation, the mosehe rituals divided into two parts are mosehemohewu and moseheowose or mosehewonua. Yet, Mosehe in the Tolaki consists of five kinds: mosehendiolu (the ritual of self purification by using egg as victims), mosehemanu (the ritual of self purification by using a chicken as victims), mosehe were (the ritual of self purification by using a dog as victims), mosehengginiku (the ritual of self purification by using a buffalo white as his victims), and mosehendoono (the ritual of self purification by using a man as his victims). Since Islam arrived in this area, some types of mosehe, such as mosehendoono and Mosehedahu were abandoned. As a form of acculturation between Islam and culture in the mosehe ritual looks a kind of a color of Islam, such as mentioning the Bismillah pronunciation, replacement of words Sangiato Ombu Allah. 
Kiblah and Daylight Performance of Soppeng and Bone Traditional House in Somba Opu Fort of Makassar Dahniar, Dahniar
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This study conducted to identify the level of daylight illumination distribution in Buginese traditional house. The investigation of the daylight performance based on two models of traditional houses located in Somba Opu Fort of Makassar. The data is based on field measurement with light meter and observation in the buildings. The study was perfomed in two different conditions in closed and opened doors and windows, and in six measuring times from morning to afternoon. Islam influence on Buginese-Makassar result the role that the best orientation of the house faces to “kiblah” orientation. The result will show the range of light illumination and the data were analysed by comparing the results of measurement with illumination standards for houses. The result show that the different daylight performance based on the shape of window. 
Gender Roles In Islamic Primary Schools In South Sulawesi Azisah, Siti
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This paper investigated gender roles in three Islamic Primary schools in South Sulawesi including one state Islamic primary school in Bone Regency, one private Islamic primary school in Wajo Regency and one private Islamic primary school in Makassar city. These three schools represents three different socio-culture economic backgrounds in South Sulawesi. The data were gathered using qualitative interviews and observations. The schools principals, teachers and the head of school commitee were interviews in-deptly and their activities concerning gender roles were observed including in school meeting and teaching-learning process. Then, the data were analysed qualitatively. This study uncovered three main points: 1) The three school communities shared stereotyped gender role ideology and practices; 2) They have low level of knowledge and opinion about gender mainstreaming; and 3) they have different gender practices. These genders roles of the school community influence the teaching of character education to their students. 
Heresy in Architecture; Is it Real? Edrees, Munichy Bachron
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Most people who Salafiism holder still assume that what they do should be consist of with prophet Muhammad done, so they always being carefully whenever doing something, because they are extremely afraid if they are doing something not consist of with what Muhammad done, they assume that is bid’ah (heresy) deed. They belief all heresy deviated from Islamic law. So even though constructing some building they always copy what Muhammad done completely. It means they don’t know yet the meaning of heresy is. In accordance with what prophet said, heresy is doing something which is relate with ibadah mahdhoh which is not be done by Prophet Muhammad. Architecture is cultural product so that it is not relate with ibadah. Other ways there is not relation with heresy. So there is no heresy in Architecture. 
Environmental Morals In Islam Philosophical, Ethical, and Legal-FormalExploration Gassing, Qadir
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If morality is defined as the values and norms preserved by individuals or groups in regulating behavior,1then many verses of the Quran and the Hadith of the Prophet Muhammad (peace be upon him) containing moral values and respect of environment that have not been exposed to the surface, hence have not been implemented into practice by many Muslims. This is probably because the main concern in the practice of Islamic law is more related to religious law and muamalah, whereas moral values and laws concerning environment are not considered integrated within the Islamic teachings. In other words, the environmental issues are probably viewed to be purely worldly affairs (profane) and therefore do not entail any divine (sacred) dimension. 

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