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Medina-Te : Jurnal Studi Islam
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ISSN (Print) 1858-3237 - ISSN (Online) 2623-0178
Published by UIN Raden Fatah Palembang Homepage  [10 journals]
  • Analysis of Islamic Socio-Political and Cultural Meneutics of the Limo
           Migo Community in the Dalung Bojong inscription of East Lampung

    • Authors: Muhammad Saidun Anwar, Choirudin Choirudin, Mispani Mispani, Leli Fertiliana Dea, Ahmad Muslimin
      Pages: 92 - 101
      Abstract: The study aims to contextualize the content of the inscription of DalungBojong of East Lampung in the modern era with Fazlur Rohman’s hermeneutical approach. The data were taken from interviews with the main witness, Haji Hasanuddin (Pangiran Betaro Rajo III) as the author and the writer of the inscription DalungBojong and Mr. Hasan al-Basri (Pangiran Sebuwaias the traditional leader of Bojong Village). Dalung Bojong inscription is an archaeological evidence of the strong influence of Banten over Lampung as its territory. The relationship patterns depicted in the inscription are: First, the pattern of political relations in determining all decisions is based on the Sultan's decree. Second, the pattern of economic relations. Banten as a commercial center between nations has an interest in Lampung as an area that produces a lot of agricultural products to meet the needs of trading commodities. Third, the patterns of religious and cultural relations, the patterns of political and economic relations that are formed, and the socio-cultural contacts also occured. The Sultanate of Banten in Islamizing the Pugung people gave birth to many socio-political and cultural dynamics. Queen Pugung, who has principles, never gave up before the war. However, Queen Pugung realized that it was impossible to do war against his daughter-in-law. Finally, Queen Pugung made a circle rule. Those who do not follow the KeratuanPugung rules and choose to convert to Islam must leave the circle (the Pugung area) to the nearby areas of Pugung which became the forerunners of the Sekampung Limo Migo community.
      PubDate: 2020-12-31
      Issue No: Vol. 16, No. 2 (2020)
  • Communication Strategies of the Multipurpose Syari'ah Cooperative of
           Musi Sejahtera Palembang in Improving the Welfare of the Members

    • Authors: Muhammad Taufik
      Pages: 102 - 109
      Abstract: The aim of this research was to identify the all-round business syari'ah cooperative development program, "Musi Sejahtera Palembang”. The research method used in this research was qualitative research method. The research data were obtained through observation, interviews and documentation. Furthermore, the data obtained were assessed by descriptive-analytic technique and will eventually be concluded as the final outcome of this study. From the results of the research it can be concluded that the communication strategy of the Syari'ah Serba Usaha Musi Sejahtera Palembang cooperative in improving the welfare of its members was carried out through personal individual and communication. Meanwhile, the factor supporting the implementation of cooperative activities is as follows: working good cooperation with various stakeholders as well as facilities and infrastructure support. Meanwhile the inhibiting factors are as follows: 1) the human resources were less qualified; 2) lack of Board to manage the membership of a cooperative; 3) lack of awareness ofthe members of Syari’ah Serba Usaha Musi Sejahtera Palembang Cooperative in participating actively and the system management ofSyari’ah Serba Usaha Musi Sejahtera Palembang was not doing well.
      PubDate: 2020-12-31
      Issue No: Vol. 16, No. 2 (2020)
  • An analysis of the existence of the Authority of the Regional
           Representative Council Against Amendments to the Constitution of the
           Republic of Indonesia Year 1945 Article 22d Constitutional Law in the
           Perspective of Islam

    • Authors: Eka Cahya Wardhani
      Pages: 110 - 124
      Abstract: This research is a form of assessment authority of the Regional Representative Council Republic of Indonesia (DPD RI) as a new state agency of Indonesia Constitutional Structure which is the result of the 3rd amendment to the Constitution of 1945. This study aims to (1) know howthe existence of the authority of the Regional Representative Council Republic of Indonesia in the parliamentary system in Indonesia post third amandemenUUD 1945 Article 22D and (2) determine how the authority of the Regional Legislative Assembly of Republic Indonesia d natural analysis of constitutional law I slam. This research is a form of library research that emphasizes a normative juridical approach, namely a review of the legislation which is the focus of this research on the aspects of the existence of the authority of the Regional Representative Council in Article 22D of the Constitution of the Republic of Indonesia . The steps taken in collecting data were collecting books related to the existence of the authority of the Regional Representative Council in article 22 D of the 1945 Constitution and classifying existing data in books or reading material that are related to the problem under study accordingly. with the necessary requirements . Furthermore, the data obtained were analyzed using descriptive analysis techniques.  
      PubDate: 2020-12-31
      Issue No: Vol. 16, No. 2 (2020)
  • Education According To The Thought Of Priest Al-Ghazalid And Its Relevance
           With Education Of Character In Indonesia

    • Authors: Lily Arliya
      Pages: 125 - 148
      Abstract: The focus of this research is "Moral Education According to Imam Al Ghazali's Thought and its Relevance Study with Character Education in Indonesia". This study needs to be carried out to contribute morals and character in the current era of world globalization, especially the formation of morals and character for students, educators and educational staff. Moral education and character education are the keys to true happiness. In order for humans to have good noble morals (akhlakul karimah) and not cause destruction, Allah SWT sent the Prophet Muhammad to improve human morals. This research is a library research. The author examines the values ​​of moral education contained in the book "Ihya Ulumuddin" Imam al-Ghozali, and examining character education in Indonesia, the implementation of the 2013 curriculum, which contains the inculcation of character values ​​which include; Religious character, Honest, Tolerance, Discipline, Hard work, Creative, Independent, Democratic, Curiosity, National spirit or nationalism, Love of the motherland, Respect for achievement, Communicative, Love peace, Love to read, 16) Environmental Care, Social Care, Responsibility answer. The technique of collecting data is by digging up library materials that are relevant to the object of discussion being studied. The approach used is descriptive. While the analysis uses content analysis, which is a method that uses systematic techniques to analyze the contents of the data and review the data. Creative, independent, democratic, curiosity, spirit of nationality or nationalism, love of the homeland, respect for achievement, communicative, love peace, love to read, 16) environmental care, social care, responsibility. The technique of collecting data is by collecting the materials that are relevant to the object of discussion being studied. The approach used is descriptive with content analysis, which is a method that uses systematic techniques to analyze the contents of the data and review the data.
      PubDate: 2020-12-31
      Issue No: Vol. 16, No. 2 (2020)
  • Economic Development and Its Implications for Religious Social Activities
           in Telang Karya Village, Muara Telang District, Banyuasin Regency

    • Authors: Eka Susanti Pratiwi
      Pages: 149 - 160
      Abstract: The important objective of this research is to get an overview of economic development and its impact on religious activities in Telang Karya Village, Muara Telang District, Banyuasin Regency. The method used in this study is a qualitative method with a historiographical approach, from the aspects of sociology of religion and economics. The approach of this study was used to address issues related to economic development and its impact on people's religious activities. The data in this study were in the form of primary and secondary data. Primary data were obtained from interview, observation of the people who witnessed or experienced the events directly and documentation. In this study, the people who were interviewed and observed were the community and village officials. Meanwhile, village documents are the source of the data documented in this study. Next, secondary data is the supporting data obtained from the literature regarding the research title. Furthermore, the datawere interpreted by using frame theory of Sociology of Religion (Max Weber). The results obtained from this study showed that the influence of religion was in motivating its adherents to stabilize the economic conditions. Thus, the economic establishment is able to influence the level of enthusiasm of residents in Implementation of religious activities toward economic establishment. Another information got in this research was that there was an increasing amount of people who signed up to perform pilgrimage and worship Hajj  also the incresed renovationof religious infrastructure.
      PubDate: 2020-12-31
      Issue No: Vol. 16, No. 2 (2020)
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