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Tsaqafah : Jurnal Peradaban Islam
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ISSN (Print) 1411-0334 - ISSN (Online) 2460-0008
Published by Universitas Darussalam Gontor Homepage  [6 journals]
  • The Basic Values of Pi`il ‎Pusenggighi‎ in ‎the Kuntara Rajaniti
           Jugulmuda ‎Law

    • Authors: Bunyana Sholihin, Maimun Maimun, Agus Hermanto, Hepi Riza Zen
      First page: 1
      Abstract: This article is the result of a study of the local wisdom values of the Lampung indigenous people (Pi`il Pusenggighi) in the ancient manuscripts of Kuntara Rajaniti and Jugulmuda. More specifically, this article wants to know the basic values of the social philosophy of the Lampung indigenous people are in the ancient text and how the content of Islamic teachings on the husband and wife rules. The research was conducted using a socio-philosophical approach and content analysis theory to answer this question. As a result, there are many Islamic values contained in the ancient manuscripts of Kuntara Rajaniti and Jugulmuda and the basic values of the social philosophy of the indigenous people of Lampung (Pi`il Pusenggighi). Another conclusion is that the basic values of the social philosophy of the Lampung indigenous people are full of Islamic values. Especially in the introduction to describe the Prophet Muhammad. Besides that, it also applies the analogy proposition similar to the Qiyâs proposition in Islam.Keywords: Pi`il Pusengighi, Social Philosophy, Lampung, Ancient manuscripts, Kuntara.
      PubDate: 2022-03-01
      DOI: 10.21111/tsaqafah.v18i1.6778
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • The Implementation of al-Mâ’ûn’s Theology in the Philanthropy of
           Muhammadiyah Citizens in Malaysia

    • Authors: Fahrudin Mukhlis
      First page: 19
      Abstract: The aim of this research is to describe the implementation of social solidarity from ‎the theological understanding of surah al-Mâ’ûn by the residents of ‎Muhammadiyah in Malaysia during the covid-19 pandemic. This research model is ‎a case study on the generosity behaviour of migrant workers or better known as the ‎Indonesian Migrant Workers (TKI) Muhammadiyah in Malaysia. This research ‎method uses a qualitative approach. The data collection technique is done by online ‎observation, interviews and documentation. This study applies an interactive ‎analysis through data collection, data reduction, presentation and conclusion ‎drawing. The purpose of this study is to determine the form of social activities ‎carried out by Muhammadiyah citizens in Malaysia who on the other hand are ‎migrant workers in response to the global covid-19 pandemic. The results of this ‎study can be concluded that the implementation of the value of social solidarity in ‎the Muhammadiyah community in Malaysia, especially for migrant workers, shows ‎that citizen philanthropy indirectly creates a cooperative activity, an activity of ‎mutual help and willingness to sacrifice for others. It is clear how some of ‎the residents participate in an unconditional way in trying to help other residents ‎who do not have basic needs due to the strict social distancing run by the ‎Malaysian Royal Government.
      PubDate: 2022-06-22
      DOI: 10.21111/tsaqafah.v18i1.7007
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Manajemen Keluarga Perspektif ‎Pendidikan Islam ‎(Studi Kasus di
           Sulawesi Tenggara dan Yogyakarta)‎

    • Authors: Subiyantoro Subiyantoro
      First page: 35
      Abstract: This study aimed to determine the family management perspective of Islamic education in rural communities in Yogyakarta and Southeast Sulawesi. The data was collected by observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation. The results show that family management means a family arrangement in preparing various resources for family needs. The farming community in Atula Village, Southeast Sulawesi defined Islamic education as follows; first, it is something that is important and must be done, to gain knowledge, provision for later life, to add insight, future, experience, find work, become smart, then put it into practice, so parents prepare finances for their children. Second, the Islamic education that is carried out by the children of the farming community in the Atula village is Madrasah and Islamic boarding school, generating and exploring the potential for the progress of the nation and generations through Islam. As for Banjaroya Village, Yogyakarta, the majority of parents' occupations are farmers, the meaning of Islamic education for them is; first in general (mostly parents), do not have a clear plan about the education of their children. Second, children and parents are less interested in schooling their children in Madrasas or Islamic boarding schools. The community also viewed religious education is seen as less "cool" in the eyes and less promising according to the parents.
      PubDate: 2022-05-18
      DOI: 10.21111/tsaqafah.v18i1.7903
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Desain Program Estrakurikuler Tingkat ‎SMA: Sebuah Upaya Mengadapi
           Tantangan ‎Pemikiran Kontemporer di Indonesia

    • Authors: Irfan Wahyu Syifa, Ulil Amri Syafri, Endin Mujahidin, Rahendra Maya
      First page: 61
      Abstract: This article aimed to design an extracurricular program in the field of Islamic thought for the high school (SMA) level in Indonesia. This design is in order to face the challenges of thinking from the West. The program is very urgent ‎because these challenges also have an impact on Muslim youth, who are ‎looking for an identity. The research focuses on the educational curriculum at Pesantren At-Taqwa Depok. Where this object is used as a reference for compiling and formulating the design of extracurricular programs in the field of Islamic thought at the (SMA) level. This research is qualitative research with primary data sources obtained from interviews and field observations (field research). The data is used to analyze and describe educational programs and curricula at Pesantren At-Taqwa Depok. The results of the study found that the extracurricular design in the field of thought was based on the concept of al-Tawâssut wa al-'Itidâl and the concept of Ashlaḥa wa 'Mua'shirah. The extracurricular program in the field of thought aimed to produce superior adabi people, broad-minded about Islam and in accordance with the Islamic worldview. This program is actualized in two forms, the first being organizers or forums for developing student potential in a field of thought called the Student-Insight Development Forum. Second, they are programs and activities, such as book sharing, book studies and thematic studies.
      PubDate: 2022-05-05
      DOI: 10.21111/tsaqafah.v18i1.7421
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • The Contribution of Abu-Hamid al-‎Ghazali to Shaping
           Businesspeople's ‎Personalities

    • Authors: Arif Zunaidi
      First page: 83
      Abstract: As a Sufi figure, al-Ghazali developed moral Sufism as part of his desire to provide ethics in dealing with worldly activities so that they are more focused and run. This study is structured in the form of a library research project based on a character's thoughts at a specific time. This study also employs a descriptive technique approach, which is a type of study that describes existing phenomena. This method was chosen because the goal of this research was to provide an in-depth picture of the subject of the study, namely how the process of the concept of akhlaqi Sufism should be and its relevance to business actors according to Imam Al-Ghazali. Sufism al-akhlaqi Ghazali teaches Tawhid, which holds a significant position in Islamic business ethics, according to his research findings. Every Muslim is born with two consciences as a result of this monotheism. First and foremost, everyone must recognize that this nature was created by Allah SWT for the benefit of humans and that Allah is the sole owner. All natural resources, or factors of production in economic parlance, are Allah SWT's absolute property. Human ownership, on the other hand, is a relative concept. Second, humans were created in this world to serve God, and any worship performed by humans will be considered worship. Internalization of these two perspectives will have an impact on Muslim commercial activities. Every business owner must recognize that their work is also an act of worship to Allah SWT.
      PubDate: 2022-05-15
      DOI: 10.21111/tsaqafah.v18i1.7610
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Cultural and Religious Symbols in the Tradition of Pilgrimage to the Grave
           of Sheikh Burhanuddin

    • Authors: Ahmad Taufik Hidayat, Andri Rosadi, Sudarman Sudarman, Itra Antony
      First page: 109
      Abstract: This article examines the phenomenon of the pilgrimage of followers of the Syattariyah Order in Minangkabau to the tomb of Sheikh Burhanuddin. The focus of this article is on the forms of cultural and religious simbols that exist in the pilgrimage tradition to this tomb and how they are interpreted. The main data of this research are from field data, such as: interviews, observations, and historical objects around the tomb. An interviews data sources involve about 80 respondents. The focus of the study is the pilgrim's motives, simbols and meanings that accompany this tradition. The results of this study prove that the cultural simbols in this tradition are representations of the community's mindset, related to the socio-economic background that influences differences in the process of meaning and the practice of pilgrimages. The identified meanings of pilgrimage are: letting go of intentions, healing, expressing gratitude, charity, matchmaking, developing or perpetuating business, continuity of practice, respect for teachers and obtaining safety and peace.
      PubDate: 2022-06-21
      DOI: 10.21111/tsaqafah.v18i1.7640
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • The Impact of Trimurti's Intrinsic and ‎Extrinsic Motivation on
           Pondok Modern ‎Darussalam Gontor

    • Authors: Muhammad Al Mighwar
      First page: 129
      Abstract: Until now Pondok Modern Darussalam Gontor (PMDG) is still surviving, sustainable, and quality with several national and international recognition. Behind the readiness and success of PMDG, there is an initial motivation of the Trimurti founder of Gontor (hereinafter referred to as Trimurti) which is quite interesting to be studied as The Lessons Learned, especially for other pesantren Kiai. This study aims to reveal the secrets of intrinsic and extrinsic motivation of Trimurti and its implications for PMDG. This study is a qualitative type, where data is taken using mixed techniques, namely field research and literature research. The data is written using descriptive, analytical, and historical methods through five stages, namely; selection of topics, heuristics, verification, interpretation, and 'historiography'. This research relies on five theories, namely; Theory of Anatomy of Human Motivation, Theory of Implications, Trimurti Theory, Kiai Theory, and Modern Pesantren Theory. This study found that the intrinsic motivation of Trimurti includes the local and regional micro-scale, and their extrinsic motivation includes the national mesoscale and global macro scale which has positive implications in the form of selective protection actions of three pesantren systems and projections of four modern systems in PMDG that contribute extraordinary to the nation, the country, even the world. The author considers Trimurti to be the time to become the Role Model of Lessons Learned and receive the National Hero Title award in the momentum of a century of PMDG (1926-2026).
      PubDate: 2022-05-25
      DOI: 10.21111/tsaqafah.v18i1.7664
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 1 (2022)
       
  • Pesantren Tradition and the Existence of Tarekat Syattariyah in the Java
           War of 1825-‎‎1830‎

    • Authors: Moh Ashif Fuadi, Moh. Mahbub, Martina Safitry, Usman Usman, Dawam Multazamy Rohmatulloh, M. Harir Muzakki
      First page: 165
      Abstract: The Java War had its unique influence on the development of pesantren. Prince Diponegoro plays the struggle against the invaders with some of his soldiers who come from among the pesantren. After his defeat in the Java War of 1825-1830, many Diponegoro warriors spread to teach religion. This research will discuss the sustainability of the struggle of Diponegoro warriors in pesantren and the Islamic treasures of the Java War, such as strengthening pesantren traditions and the existence of tarekat syattariyah (syattariyah order). This research is classified as historical research through Kuntowijoyo's historical research methods: topic selection, heuristics, verification, interpretation, and historiography. This research yielded several conclusions, namely: First, after its defeat in the Java war, the struggle of Diponegoro warriors with a cleric-santri background continued through the establishment of pesantren with a change in strategy more to intellectual strengthening. Second, intellectual traditions during the Java War, one of which was through the study of yellow books typical of pesantren with fiqh and Sufi patterns such as Fatḥ al-Qarîb and Tuḥfah al-Mursalah ila Rûḥ al-Nabiy. Third, the existence of the tarekat syattariyah that had an anti-colonial character at that time was quite popular in Java, made the order followed by prince Diponegoro and some of his soldiers. Fourth, when compared to the Padri War, the typology of da'wah struggle developed by Diponegoro warriors is more moderately patterned identically to Walisongo's accommodating character.
      PubDate: 2022-05-01
      DOI: 10.21111/tsaqafah.v18i1.7666
      Issue No: Vol. 18, No. 1 (2022)
       
 
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