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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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ISIS, INDONESIAN MUSLIMS AND GLOBAL TERRORISM: A REFLECTION Sahrasad, Herdi; Al Chaidar, Al Chaidar
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v6i1.4230

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The emergence of ISIL or ISIS, the Sunni militia, has shocked the Muslim World, including Indonesia. ISIS is the ultra jihadist for global terrorism. ISIS is also a translation from the Arabic, Ad-Daulah Islamiyah fi al-Iraq wa Ash-Sham. Some call it as Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), which specifically has a different coverage area. The term includes the Sham or the Levant region between the Mediterranean Sea and the Euphrates River that the country coverage includes Jordan, Lebanon, Palestine, and Israel. The term Syria confined to the state of modern Syria that is currently in conflict. In this case, the involvement of hundreds Indonesians in the ISIS in the Middle East region is not new because previously, there is a precedent that some Indonesian citizens in the past had involvement in conflicts abroad when US President Jimmy Carter used the CIA to weaken the power of the Soviets in Afghanistan. In responding the ISIS networkers and followers in Indonesia, the Jakarta government and Muslim organizations like Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) dan Muhammadiyah have launched action and campaign for pluralism, peace, non-violence and civil Islam. The campaign by NU and Muhammadiyah for an open-minded and pluralistic Islam also comes in a time when Islam is at war with itself over central theological questions about how the faith defined in the modern era.
THE VALUE AND MEANING OF MOANGGO IN TOLAKI SOCIETY IN SOUTH EAST SULAWESI Idaman, Idaman; Aminah, Sitti
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v6i1.4231

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Moanggo, an oral literature of Tolaki people is currently at risk of being wiped out as it is now only rarely played at traditional wedding ceremonies in Tolaki. It is among the identity markers of Tolaki people loaded with messages for private, family and social lives. On this basis, this study aims to (1) Describe the meaning contained in Moanggo as a local literature of Tolaki people. (2) Describe the values contained in Moanggo as a traditional oral literature of Tolaki people.This research is a qualitative descriptive study. To achieve the objectives, this study applies the theoretical framework of Paul Ricœur’s hermeneutics. Data sources to be examined in this investigation comprise some informants and the Anggo text itself. The data are also obtained from observations, interviews and documents. The data are then analyzed using Milles and Huberman’s technical data analysis, namely: 1) Data collection, 2) Data reduction or simplification of data, 3) Presentation of data, and 4) inference / verification.The results indicate that the meaning of the Anggo text in oral narrative of Moanggo cannot be separated from the socio-historical cultural context when it is narrated. Therefore, every text has been linked with the socio-cultural context of Tolaki people at present time, and it is of course a representation of the history of life of Tolaki people in the past. The values contained in the Anggo text comprise the value of education, moral values, cultural values and philosophical values. Moanggo as an oral literature of Tolaki people is an identity marker for Tolaki people, and it is presently at risk of extinction due to its lack of use in wedding customs and other cultural activities. Therefore, the preservation of the oral literature Moanggo needs to be maintained by both the government and the Tolaki society.
EDUCATION PERSPECTIVE EVALUATING SERVICE SECTORS’S STRATEGIES OF THE THAI GOVERNMENT IN THE DEEP SOUTH OF THAILAND Kaewsom, Chumpon
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v6i1.4232

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This study examines and analyzes the educational strategies pursued by the Thai government in Thailand with particular focus in the Deep South of the country. Its approach is primarily an eclectic, by concentrating on the strengths and weaknesses of the educational strategies as pursued by Thailand. This paper is divided into five parts. The first part looks at the role of education in resolving the conflict in the region. The second part looks at the integration of Pondok/Islamic educational system into Thai educational system. The third part looks at the Thai government’s effort in rebuilding education in the conflict-affected Area. The fourth looks at the bridging education with peace. The last part looks at the effectiveness/efficiency of the Bangkok government’s educational strategies. The data for this study were collected from both primary and secondary sources and analyzed using qualitative method. The primary sources include documents, SBPAC’s annual reports and press release. In addition, the researcher analyzed the outputs of the SBPAC policy-makers relating to the research topic such as speeches, official correspondences and decisions of the organization relating to the management of the conflict in the Deep South. Interviews with knowledgeable people, prominent political and/or religious leaders, key stakeholders as well as the Thai officials were also conducted. The Secondary sources included books, journal articles, newspapers and reliable websites. The study revealed that the Thai government’s educational strategies in the Deep South have not been very effective because the former has struggled to get better understanding of people and to understand the Muslim’s way of life properly. In addition, the Thai government has not push much effort on getting people participating in generating educational strategies that suitable with the area and completely serves their needs.
CONTEMPORARY RELIGIOUS MOVEMENT IN ACEH: (Review of the Rejection of the Syiah in Aceh) Al Chaidar, Al Chaidar; Nurdin, Abidin; Abdurrahman Puteh, Apridar; Bin Abubakar, Muhammad
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v6i1.4228

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This article discusses contemporary religious movements in Aceh that are focused on peoples rejection of Syiah groups. Religious movements in Aceh show strong dynamics especially after the 2004 tsunami. One of the emerging religious movement groups is the Syiah community, in addition to HTI (Hizbut Tahrir Indonesia) and Salafi Wahabism. The Ahlul Bayt (Syiah) groups have been present as the entry of Islam into Aceh is quite influential in society in the context of religious and scientific traditions. The Islamic Sultanate of Pereulak and the Sultanate of Samudera Pasai was influenced by the mazhab (Islamic school) Ahlul Bayt but not the majority and can be broken completely in the period of Aceh Darussalam Sultanate with its Iskandar Muda character. Iskandar Muda and the sultan subsequently perpetuated the mazhab Sunni as the majority school of thought supported by the most muslim scholars. Nevertheless, the Syiah mazhab does not become dominant in society, which is the majority of Sunni schools to date. The people of Aceh as well as the Sunni communities of the Nusantara; In fiqh, Aceh dominated by Syafii school, in aqidah it follows Ashari school and in Sufism is influenced by al-Gazali school. This form of rejection can be seen in three ways; Firstly, through the fatwa of the MPU which asserts that the Syiah is a heresy; Secondly, the Qanun of Islamic Sharia Principles which reinforce that the aqidah adopted by the people of Aceh is ahlussunnah wal jamaah as opposed to the aqidah Ahlul Bayt; Thirdly, the "parade of aswaja" of community demonstrations that reject the Syiah.
SUING THE HOUSE OF GOD: THE CASE OF CHURCH ESTABLISHMENT IN PANGKEP REGENCY Adhan, Syamsurijal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v6i1.4233

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Although Indonesia is in fact not a theocracy state, in certain cases the state does participate in regulating the nations’ religious life. In this fashion, it is perceptible that Indonesia also does not adopt a secular ideology. The most noticeable instance for this situation is the issue of religious harmony, which has been a serious concern of the state since early on. In this case the Ministry of Religious Affairs is entrusted with responsibilities. Therefore, in the Regulation of the Minister of Religious Affairs of the Republic of Indonesia in 2010 concerning the Strategic Plan of the Ministry of Religious Affairs (MORA) for years 2010-2014, MORA is in charge for establishing five major programs in conducting religious development. Two of them are: 1) improving the quality of religious life, 2) improving religious harmony.The implementation of this religious life arrangement is visible in a number of decrees of the Ministry of Religious Affairs as well as in some joint decrees with other Ministries. Among these are such as: the decree of the Ministry of Religious Affairs No.70 / 1978 on Guidelines for Religious Broadcasting, Joint decree of the Ministry of Religious Affairs and the Ministry of Domestic Affairs No.1 / 1979 on Religious Broadcasting and Foreign Aids. What is new now being the joint regulation of the Minister of Religious Affairs and the Minister of Domestic Affairs No.9 and 8 year 2006 on Guidelines for the Duty of the Regent in Maintaining Religious Harmony and in Empowering FKUB (the Forum of Religious Harmony)
HUMAN EVOLUTION OF PIERRE TEILHARD DE CHARDIN AND ITS CONTRIBUTION TO THE NDERSTANDING OF HARMONIOUS FAMILIES IN INDONESIA Sudarsih, Sri; Soeprapto, Sri; Siswanto, Joko
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/jicsa.v6i1.4229

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A harmonious community life will bring a positive logical consequence for national development. The harmony society is determined by the relationship between individuals of one with the other individual. A sense of belonging, mutual respect, and respect is an important factor for the creation of a harmonious community life. Such values that should be fundamental in any behavior in daily life began to be abandoned.Evolution according to Teilhard de Chardin at the fact is that the motion is continuously development from simple led to the perfection. Humans will continue to evolve toward perfection, i.e. Point Omega. The Omega point is God. God is the Alpha and Omega. Perfection will be achieved through personalized with love in the presence of inverting. Chastity value in theory of human evolution according to Chardin will base the vital value. Love is the energy that will be capable of carrying a human on personalized, therefore love must be present in every activity of individuals as members of a family in Indonesia so that it will reach the personalization that will bring a logical consequence in harmony and happiness.

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