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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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ISLAMIC EDUCATION IN SOUTHEAST ASIA IN THE ERA OF AEC: PROSPECTS AND CHALLENGES Zuhdi, Muhammad
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The implementationof ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) in 2015 will mark a new era of the relationship between countries in Southeast Asia. Proposed and agreed on during the Bali Concord II in 2003, the AEC agreement assumes a free flow of goods, investments and services among Southeast Asian countries in 2015. While the agreement provides more opportunities for the ASEAN countries and their people to enhance their economic development, some countries and people may find it more difficult compare to others to turning challenges into opportunities. One of the key factors is education. Education is the only way to improve the quality of human resources.In many Southeast Asian countries, Muslims make up the majority of the population, and hence the roles and responsibilities of Muslims are very significant in the region. Southeast Asian Muslims have a long history in providing education and human resources development to their communities. The continuing existence of madrasah, pondok or pesantren in almost every Muslim community indicates that education has been important part of Muslims’ lives. These institutions continue to exist amid rapid development of “international” or secular schools in many countries. The reason is that not only because most Muslims regard religious education remains important, but also because the ability of the institutions to adapt to the changing world. The realisation of AEC in 2015 provides opportunities and challenges to Islamic educational institutions. As indigenous institutions, Muslim schools could serve as the place where local values can be transmitted together with global and universal competencies. 
LOCAL ISLAM IN INDONESIA: RELIGION “PATUNTUNG” IN KAJANG Katu, Samiang
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South Sulawesi community, in pra-Islamic society, believed in local believes (creeds) which were so called, the Aluk To Dolo in Tana Toraja, Tolotang in Sidenreng Rappang and Patuntung in Kajang Bulukumba. The Aluk To Dolo in Tana Toraja, since 1972, has been claimed to be an integral part of Hinduism and called Toraja Hindu, while Tolotang has been claimed to be part of the Hindu religion as Hindu To Wani.While adherents ofPatuntungunder the leadership of traditional leaders A m m a T o w a (the Elder Father), still strongly claim that they are adherents of Islam, and are willing to die for the sake of their faith and trust. However, Amma Towa’s belief is somewhat different from Muslim’s in general due to the reference and source of life values of Amma Towa is not Quran and al-Sunnah (al-hadith) but Pasang ri Kajang. 
IBN KHALDUN’S CONSEPT OF CIVIL SOCIETY AND ITS RELATION TO THE DISCOURSE OF INDONESIAN CIVIL SOCIETY Tajuddin, Dr. Muhammad Saleh; Mahmad, Dr. Muhamad Amar; Hamid, Dr. Solahuddin Abd.
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This writing discusses about Ibn khaldun’s theory of civil society and its relation with Indonesian civil society. The main purpose of the writing is to seek the connection between Ibn Khaldun concept of civil socity and the historical condition of civil society in Indonesia. The writing is qualitative method through library research. Historical and sociological aproaches are using in this writing to look at the concept and the history of civil society in Indonesia. Ibn Khaldun’s theory of asabiyya contains five levels of civilization cycle in a country, viz. success or consolidation, tyranny, prosperity, satisfied, and enjoy. Ibn Khaldun Analysis of Civil Society in Indonesia seems to have some similarities with the situation of Indonesia. The first level is success or consolidation. In the end of the Dutch colonialism, all Indonesian society was unity and work together faced the Dutch. The second level of Ibn Khaldun’s theory is tyranny. During the Old Order Era and the particular of New Order Era depicted the tyranny of the government. The third level is prosperity. It is hoped that in post-Reformation Era, civil society in Indonesia will get prosperity. 
يعالج هذا البحث قضية ضوابط الاجتهاد المقاصدي وهي من أهم القضايا فيما يتعلق في موضوع مقاصد الشريعة.ويدور محور هذا البحث حول كيفية التوظيف السلي٠Amin, Abdul Rauf Muhammad
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يعالج هذا البحث قضية ضوابط الاجتهاد المقاصدي وهي من أهم القضايا  فيما يتعلق  في موضوع مقاصد الشريعة.ويدور محور هذا البحث حول كيفية التوظيف السليم لفقه المقاصد ليس فقط في الممارسات الاستنباطية والاجتهادية بل في التثقيف والتفكير المقاصدي أيضا. وتكمن أهمية هذا الموضوع في كونها مرجعا يرجع إليه المجتهد أو الفقيه تجنبا للمزالق وتفاديا للمخاطر التي يمكن أن يقع فيها الاجتهاد المقاصدي، وكونها معيارا موضوعيا للحكم بالشرعية على الممارسات الاجتهادية التي توظف مقاصد الشريعة كعنصر مؤثر في استنباط وتقرير الأحكام الشرعية.هذه القضية رغم أهميتها وضروريتها لم تنل من اهتمامات الباحثين المعاصرين والكتاب المحدثين في موضوع الاجتهاد والمقاصد عامة والاجتهاد المقاصدي خاصة حقها المنشود وحظها المطلوب. ومن الانصاف أن نقول إن علماءنا القدامى والأصولين خاصة قد أشاروا إلى هذا الموضوع في أماكن متناثرة أثناء حديثهم عن المسائل الأصولية المختلفة كمسألة القطع والظن والتعليل والمصلحة وما إلى ذلك. وبعد تتبع الكتابات المعاصرة حول المقاصد والمصلحة أجد أن هناك ثلاثة كتب لها ارتباط شديد بضوابط الاجتهاد المقاصدي هي كتاب ضوابط المصلحة للدكتور محمد سعيد رمضان البوطي وكتاب الاجتهاد المقاصدي للدكتور نور الدين الخادمي وكتاب الفكر المقاصدي: قواعده وفوائده للدكتور أحمد الريسوني إلا أنها بعد الفحص ما زالتفي حاجة إلى توضيح وتفصيل بل إلى إعادة نظر في بعض استنتاجاتها.
ISLAMIC EDUCATION AND THE MULTICULTURAL SOCIETY: DESCRIPTION OF EDUCATION FOR CULTURAL DIVERSITY IN TWO ISLAMIC SCHOOLS IN INDONESIA Raihani, Raihani
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Generally, educational practices in two Islamic schools, contained teachings of religious and cultural diversity. The two schools are located in two different urban areas – Yogyakarta and Palangkaraya– each of which has interesting characteristics as multicultural cities. Considering that Islamic schools can contribute to the creation of multicultural society in Indonesia, in contrast on an assumption that Islamic schools are religious schools, which in theories contribute to the segregation of society by imposing students to the truth claim belief and behaviours. Students of religious schools nurture in themselves a belief that only their religion is true and others are false. Consequently, as this assumption goes on, students act to show their religion’s superiority to others. Even if they can demonstrate tolerance to other religious followers and practices, the social segregation is established, and becomes potential frictions among different religious people. In addition, Islamic schools are often described as backward and monolithic religious schools, which cannot accept different religions and interpretations to the Islamic teachings. 

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