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ISSN (Print) 2527-3213 - ISSN (Online) 2502-3489
Published by UIN Sunan Gunung Djati Bandung Homepage  [5 journals]
  • Muhammadiyah’s Response to Covid-19 in Indonesia: Faith-Based

    • Authors: Zuly Qodir; Hasse Jubba, Mohammad Jafar Loilatu
      Abstract: As one of the most prominent Islamic organisations in Indonesia, Muhammadiyah has, since its establishment, contributed substantially to resolving various issues confronted by the Indonesian government and society. The emergence of the COVID-19 Pandemic is also a concern to Muhammadiyah. It may contribute to assisting the government’s efforts and relieving some of the burden bore by the people. The current article aims to provide an analysis of Muhammadiyah’s movement in Indonesia and its handling of the COVID-19 Pandemic by using a faith-based commitment approach in the da’wah Muhammadiyah on Education, health, and caring poverty in the jargon da’wah Amar ma’ruf nahi munkar/effort and supporting virtues and stopping the damaging. Through this approach, it is found that Muhammadiyah has contributed significantly in various fields, particularly health, necessities, education, and preventive measures, regardless of one’s background of religion, ethnicity, and political affiliation. All the assistance that Muhammadiyah had given was based on a faith-based commitment that Muhammadiyah is a socio-religious organisation that has decided to take the path of socio-humanitarian da’wah as stipulated by Muhammadiyah’s founding mandate. The data from Muhammadiyah COVID-19 Command Centre, Indonesian Governance and the Media from March 13, 2020, to January 2021 analysis with in Faith Base Organisation Perspective.
      PubDate: Sat, 12 Nov 2022 14:53:57 +070
  • Woman Hymns and Christian Songs: Analysing women’s marginalisation
           in Kidung Jemaat

    • Authors: Tahan Mentria Cambah; May Linda Sari
      Abstract: Singing is a tool used by Christians to worship. The song forms the attitude of its adherents by following the verses contained in the song. This paper aims to analyse the Kidung Jemaat song used by Christians in Indonesia using the lens of feminist theology. The dominance of the patriarchal concept causes an imbalance in relations between society and the church. The research was carried out by qualitative research, observing and carefully reading the poems used by the church in general, especially Kidung Jemaat. The study found that church hymns mention very little about women's stories, whereas the Bible talks about women's ministry in the community. The people's attitude was formed over the years, causing women to be marginalised in Christian singing. As a result, women are also marginalised in worship in the church and community. The church needs to encourage church musicians to create women's songs in the church.
      PubDate: Sat, 12 Nov 2022 14:53:57 +070
  • Exposing the Religious Characters of the Malays in the 19th Century: A
           Symbolic Analysis of the Manuscript of Syair Burung

    • Authors: Ellya Roza; Sindi Ayudia Pama, Sukma Erni, Violeta Inayah Pama, Murni Murni
      Abstract: This article is focused on analising the religious character of the Malays in the 19th century in the Syair Burung manuscripts. It was one of the cultural relics of the Malay community in the past that can provide useful information for the religious life of today's society. This paper was based on library research with a qualitative method approach that leads to content analysis, while the primary source is the text edition of Syair Burung manuscript. The results of the analysis found that Syair Burung is a symbolic poem that uses various birds for the storyteller. This is because the Malay people were colonised by the British, thus, they did not dare to write the truth. Likewise, regarding the religious life that occurs in society, the author is only able to change the character of the story. This research found the religious character of the Malays in the 19th century was divided into a three-character group. First, a group that understands religious teachings and was obedient in practicing them, was symbolised by 13 species of birds. Second, a group that comprehends religious teachings but does not practice them, which is symbolised by 8 types of birds. Third, the group does not understand religious teachings and also does not practice them, which is symbolised by 9 types of birds.
      PubDate: Sat, 12 Nov 2022 14:53:57 +070
  • Xenophobia in South Africa: Alignment of policy-making with the aim of the
           Missio Dei (Mission of God)

    • Authors: Jonas Sello Thinane
      Abstract: Generally, the problem of xenophobia remains a complex and challenging topic for most countries of the world, for Africans and South Africans in particular. Constructed upon existing literature, this paper contributes to the discourse on anti-immigrant or xenophobic feelings in South Africa. This paper uses Missio Politica as a missiological framework combined with political theology to examine xenophobia. Although alluring further extensive research, it represents the neglected step in organising the vast body of missiological perspectives on the subject of xenophobia regarding the objective of the Missio Dei. It is entirely devoted to seeking answers to the question of xenophobia by appealing to the correct understanding of Missio Dei’s goal as demonstrated in the account of Noah's Ark in Genesis 6-9. Consequently, it concludes that to circumvent xenophobic incidents, African countries must first prioritise salvation for their local citizens, just as Noah did with his own family, before attempting to invite the entire continent into the tiny ark of salvation. Correspondingly, it concludes that South African policy-makers should familiarise themselves with important religious ideologies of their constituencies to shape public policies that are compatible with societal religious aspirations. Xenophobia has become an issue of great concern, particularly in South Africa. In the discipline of missiology, the current literature does not provide a clear methodology for solving xenophobia. This study represents the first missio politica analysis of the impact of xenophobia on the goal of Missio Dei.
      PubDate: Sat, 12 Nov 2022 14:53:56 +070
  • Investigating the Method of Da’wah and the Role of Political-Economy of
           Jemaah Tarbiyah in Urban Malang Society

    • Authors: A'isyah A'isyah; Zulkipli Lessy
      Abstract: Since the emergence of the overwhelming electoral vote for Partai Keadilan Sejahtera (Prosperous Justice Party) in the 2019 legislative election in Malang City, we discovered the impact of political-economy of Jemaah Tarbiyah on the urban society is a significant boost in electability for PKS. The subject selected is an Islamic philanthropic organisation, Ash-Shahwah Foundation (YASA) in Malang City as the sympathisers of Jemaah Tarbiyah. The supportive factors for regulating the political economy of Jemaah Tarbiyah include the method, role, and participation of YASA in Malang City. Through the method of da’wah, the figure of Jemaah Tarbiyah, Abu Haidar, stated that shalat is the key to success in life, and this has been successfully gaining hundreds of members. The role of YASA is to educate the urban society that obligatory alms become a lifestyle for their charitable politics. YASA becomes an intermediary to the connection of elite-mass or mustahiq-cadres’ relationships for gaining trust and getting massive electoral votes. The urban society participation, particularly the benefactors, can be seen from their enthusiasm in donating their wealth and demonstrating solidarity among individuals to strengthen informal religious learning courses in mosques. Findings show that the political economy of Jemaah Tarbiyah initiated the great success of gaining substantial electoral votes through philanthropic practices used as indirect support and funding for election campaigns. Notably, there is a political tendency for YASA to change its paradigm of philanthropic practice, for which the initial goal was to raise humanitarian aid and charitable funds and to shift funds toward financing a campaign.
      PubDate: Sat, 12 Nov 2022 14:53:56 +070
  • Islamic Brand Sahaja in Commercial TV Advertising Messages: Toward the
           Islamisation of the product

    • Authors: Agus Hermanto; Sa’diyah El Adawiyah, Tria Patrianti
      Abstract: Commercial TV advertising can translate everything from the advertiser's goals through communicative, educative, and entertaining messages. As in the commercial TV advertisement message, Sahaja socialises the Islamic brand, which aims to be able to dialogue with the target market of Indonesian Muslims. This study aimed to determine the visual and narrative form of the Islamic brand of Sahaja's commercial TV advertising message. This study uses a qualitative approach with narrative analysis, how do communicators tell stories. The data collection techniques are observing Sahaja's advertising materials and literature study, analysing each ad frame and duration individually, and selecting and grouping according to the research focus for data presentation. In conclusion, Sahaja's commercial TV commercial carries #NawaituSahaja as its creative foundation. It shows a visual story of a happy family living their life and worship with white domination. Five essential keys visible reflections of Islamic brands narrate the form of a brand that identifies with Islamic characteristics. This research is expected to help provide input or reference for further research and considerations in building an Islamic brand.
      PubDate: Sat, 12 Nov 2022 14:53:56 +070
  • The Participation of Religious Organisations and Their Contributions to
           the Countermeasure of HIV/AIDS in Indonesia

    • Authors: Junaidah Junaidah; Andi Faisal Bakti
      Abstract: Several works available on religion and HIV/AIDS indicated that several religious groups in the world, including Indonesia, are still reluctant to be involved in the prevention of HIV/AIDS. However, the involvement of the two largest religious organisations in Indonesia, Nahdlatul Ulama (NU) and Moluccas Protestant Church (Gereja Protestan Maluku/GPM) in combating HIV/AIDS for the last ten years deserve to be investigated and studied, as new evidence which refutes the above studies. The result of this study shows, first, the involvement of NU and GPM in the prevention of HIV/AIDS showed the potential of religious organisations in health development, particularly as a progressive strength in the fight against pandemics such as HIV/AIDS. Second, the most fundamental forms of involvement are changing religious views about HIV/AIDS as a cursed disease into a disaster or a test that requires patience. NU and GPM also organise social activities, public education, and policy advocacy for HIV/AIDS programs. Third, although this article has not been able to present the decrease of HIV/AIDS prevalence in Indonesia as a result of religious organisations involvement such as NU and GPM, however, at least there have been some contributions from both organisations toward the decrease of negative stigmatisation to people living with HIV/AIDS.
      PubDate: Thu, 30 Jun 2022 00:00:00 +070
  • The Metaphor of Craving in the Tanha Vagga of the Dhammapada Scripture
           (Semantic Study of Buddhist Texts)

    • Authors: Santi Paramita; Hesti Sadtyadi
      Abstract: The purpose of this study is to describe: (1) Haley’s model of human perceptual space category used to create the metaphorical expression of craving in the Tanha Vagga verse of the Dhammapada scripture, (2) the distribution of Haley's category of human perceptual space that is most prominently used to create the metaphorical expression of craving in the Tanha Vagga verse of the Dhammapada scripture, (3) the state of the ecological system as seen in the metaphor of craving in the Tanha Vagga verse of the Dhammapada scripture based on the distribution of the use of the Haley’s category of the human perceptual space. This research is a descriptive-qualitative research, with Content Analysis technique. The data source is the Tanha Vagga Dhammapada Scripture. The results showed: (1) in the Tanha Vagga scripture Dhammapada there are 31 metaphors of craving that can be categorized into the five spaces of human perception according to Haley's model, including the categories of being, energy, terrestrial, object and living. (2) Based on the results of the distribution of the use of the Haley’s model of human perceptual space, it was found that the living category was the most prominent type of craving metaphor category with a percentage of 35.4%, (3) the percentage distribution results reflected the unbalanced state of the ecological system in the Tanha Vagga verses of Dhammapada. The metaphorical expression of craving in the Tanha Vagga of the Dhamapada scriptures is packaged in a metaphorical form which means controlling lust (taṇhā = Pali) which causes dukkha (suffering) and the cycle of rebirth (saṃsāra). Buddhism seeks to eliminate taṇhā to eliminate dukkha.
      PubDate: Fri, 31 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +070
  • Contesting #IslamNusantara on Instagram: A Shared Interest Pool

    • Authors: Dawam Multazamy Rohmatulloh; Asna Istya Marwantika
      Abstract: As one of the demanding discourses of Indonesian Islam, Islam Nusantara has made a further round of Indonesian Muslim polarisation among the proponents on the one side and the opponents on another, let alone in the digital era nowadays. For the Muslim communities, new media are not only used for communication activities but also to assist the da'wa (proselytisation) and its contestation. This paper, thus, aims to portray activities of social media users, particularly Instagram, using the #IslamNusantara hashtag to convey their ideas. This paper seeks to explore the motives of how the Instagram users do involve in the contestation of #IslamNusantara and to what extent they publish their argument to support, criticise, or even refuse the concept of Islam Nusantara. The method used in this article is netnography, analysing a total of 344,000 hashtags #IslamNusantara on Instagram. Finally, this paper anticipates a yet-to-end online contestation among the Muslim communities within a new interest pool: #IslamNusantara.
      PubDate: Fri, 31 Dec 2021 00:00:00 +070
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