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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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هَلْ يٌقَوِّمُ الطُّلاَّبُ الْمُعَلِّمِيْنَ ؟ عبد الحمزة, أندي
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 من الحقائق الواضحة بذاتها أن المعلم يعد أحد المتغيرات الهامة في عملية التعلم ، وبالتالي فإن معرفة كفاية المعلم لها أهمية خاصة . مما جعلها تحظى باهتمام الباحثين لستوات طويلة ، إلا أن معظم هذه الاهتمامت يدخل في باب التأمل النظري أكثر من البحث التجريبي . ومع ذلك يوجد قدر كاف من نتائج البحث يفيدنا في أغراض تقويم المعلم . 
Membaca Pemikiran Arkoun Tentang Etika Politik Islam Rahawarin, Yunus
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Lack of concern towards ethics in politics is a major problem occurring in political practice. This, indeed, opposes the noble mission of politics as an art of state management. Hence, it needs a commitment to deal with political ethics as a behavior synergic with political acts. Moreover, it is necessary to consider that political ethics should ideally become political identity. Based on this, this article will discuss political ethics in contemporary Islam based on Mohammed Arkouns perspective. Through content analysis of his works, this article will explore Arkouns criticism toward established concept of "Madinah State" particularly in its relation to political ethics. According to Arkoun, epistemology in Islam should be considered as historical product which is merely applicable in a particular time. Product of thought may not be relevant in all conditions and space; therefore, it cannot be implemented without time constrains. Most of Muslim intellectuals firmly believe that Madinah State is an ideal model of Islamic state. In Arkouns viewpoint, this belief may only be applicable during the Caliphate periods, approximately between 622 AD. and 1258 AD. He emphasizes that there are no Quranic or Hadith texts enforcing Muslims to obey the system of Madinah State. The most important one, in his opinion, is political ethics due to its very essential and universal entity. What has happened along the history of a state may be applied to improve and influence its established political system. In this context, political ethics is not merely about whether a state is either Islamic or secular, but it is about a state that consistently implements ethics in its political system. 
Islam and Jihad: the Quest for Peace and Tolerance Rijal, Syamsul
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The topic of the writing is Islam and Jihad.  The main focuses of this writing is how the concept of “Jihad” understood by the West, which is labeled as “Radical Islamist” on the base of the action of the radical Islamic groups, while Islam undermines tolerance and peace? The methodology of this writing is descriptive analyzes of the concept of Islam and jihad. It found that the idea of jihad has multiple meanings in Islam which is not confined to holy war. It is lesser jihad which is considered as holy war. However, holy war in Islam does not refer to military aggression as understood within the Christian tradition. The values of peace and tolerance are emphasized as Islam is very concerned with the sanctity of human life, justice and humanity. In addition, the history of Islam has shown that in the classical era Muslims could coexist with non-Muslims in harmony and peace. It is clear that Islam is deeply concerned with peace and tolerance such as Silm, assalamu alaikum etc. Jihad has been misunderstood and distorted in the west and among Muslim radicals as it tends to be associated with Muslim aggression, holy war, violence, and terrorism.
International Mission Centre (IMC) Universitas Kritsten Inonesia Paulus (UKIP) Makassar P. Tongli, P. Tongli
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This writing depicts the future vision of religion in Indonesia. The methodology of the writing is using futurology analyzes to predict the condition of Indonesian religion in the future.  Religion is one of the crucial problems in society and state, because it has role at living humanity. When religion to be harmony, the state and society harmony too. Meanwhile, the state is not harmony when religion or its followers are not harmony. The social involvement have to be undertaken the cooperation of religious as institution to promote justice, equal right, and prosperity. Therefore, the most important aspect that has to be promoted in Indonesia is not religious flash, but solidarity in promoting justice and prosperity.
Denial and Skepticism in Al-Ghazali’s Theory of Knowledge Nurbaethy, Andi
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This paper presents an elaboration on Al-Ghazali’s intellectual and spiritual struggle in searching for certitude to establish secure basis for his theory of knowledge. The elaboration starts with introducing Al-Ghazali’s definition and classification of knowledge, discussing the important of both sacred and profane knowledge as he categorizes of them into personal and collective obligations, and develop into presenting his schema of knowledge. Further discussion then focuses on essential staging in his intellectual and spiritual inquiry to reach the final stage of a personal testimony of doubtless true knowledge. Initiated with a total denial of knowledge to abolish uncertainty to its fullest extent, his struggle then proceeded to the level of extreme skepticism proceeding establishment of his fundamental theory of knowledge. 
Ahl Al-Kitab and Politic Context in Indonesia Mujiburrahman, Mujiburrahman
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This article presents about the concept of “ahl al kitab” on the context of political aspect in Indonesia. It aims to to show the existence of ‘ahl kitab’ in relation to the political aspect in Indonesia. The methodology applied was using normative approaches in order to be able to find out the extent of ‘Ahl al-Kitab’ on the context of political aspect in Indonesia. It is shown that Islam supports the existence of the other religions. The prophet Muhammad stated that Islam is a continuity of previous religions. Furthermore the discourse of ‘ahl al Kitab’ on political aspect in Indonesia is related to the existence of this statement as a position in between secular and Islamic nation. It is realized that the extent of ‘‘ahl al Kitab’ concept that covers all of religions in Indonesia still arises problem concerning the existence of religions and believe that schools are involved in educating about religion field of study.  In fact, the Moslem scholars in Indonesia attempt to extent the concept of ‘ahl al Kitab’ so that the existence of the other religions is accepted as officially recognized religions, including inter-faith marriage matters. 

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