• Radicalism on World Wide Web and Propaganda Strategy

      Nurdin, Nurdin (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-06-08)
      Radical individual and organizations are setting strong foothold on Internet. They operate in dark network hidden from authorities view to pursuade, recruit, and coordinate radical and violent actions.  The presence of radical individual and organizations onInternet sites have caused massive debate and contraversi among Internet users, law enforcement bodies,and policy makers regarding misuse of Internet. However, little is known how exactly radical individual and organizations deliver their propaganda on Internet and what radical organizations practice such activities on Internet. Through the use of content analysis approach, this study analyzed various radical websites content  to provide deep insight of radical operation and propaganda on Internet. Data was collected from various popular radical organization websites and previous studies.  The findings show that well-kown  organized radical and terorist oragnizations in Indonesia and International have intensively used Internet for new arena to radical and terror public across the globe. They use Internet  topursuade, deliver  propaganda to a global audience, recruit new members, communicate with international supporters, solicit donations, and fostering public awareness. This study concludes that  Internet has become a new instrument to spread radicalism and terror within community life.
    • Radikalisme Agama Legitimasi Tafsir Kekerasan di Ruang Publik

      Rumbaru, Musa; J, Hasse (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-06-08)
      Religious radicalism shows a high intensity over the last decade in Indonesia. This religious radicalism subsequently brings a massive impact when it is admitted by the action of choosing violence as the only way. In this article, we put forward our arguments: first, the point of intersection between violence and religion; second, radicalism used as a method to respond to various issues such as injustice, and so on. Third, regarding alternative methods that can be done in order to minimize radical action and understanding in Indonesia. This paper confirms three main points. First, the teaching of religion, especially Islam basically contains the peace teachings and safety; therefore, one was very anti-violence and radical actions. Second, radical action can be a method to hear our voices in response to various injustices that occur in a few places in the world. Third, understand the narrowly religious texts have an impact on building understanding and narrow action anyway.  
    • Radikalisme Islam dalam Representasi Media di Thailand

      Fahmi, Muhammad (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2016-12-01)
      This article intends to look at how Islamic radical (ISIS) is represented in the Thai media. The method used in this study is critical discourse analysis method proposed by Theo van Leuwen which focuses on how actors in the inclusion and exclusion in the news media. This study concluded on: first, The Bangkok Post, represents ISIS identical and just as dangerous as Muslim rebels in southern Thailand. ISIS issue be a way to marginalize the Muslim rebels in southern Thailand region of the country bordering the Malay Peninsula. Second, the Pattaya Mail purposely did not link the issue of ISIS in southern Thailand among the Muslim fighters because they would only weaken efforts to build integration and large associations vis a vis ISIS. Pattaya Mail prefers macro strategy, which attempts to include as many friends to confront a common enemy: ISIS
    • Rancang Bangun Aplikasi Pencarian Tematik Pada Hadits Riwayat Imam Muslim

      Darmalaksana, Wahyudin (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-12-01)
      Al-Hadits merupakan sumber ajaran bagi umat islam kedua setelah Al-Qur’an. Hadits ini dijadikan pedoman hidup bagi manusia yang didalamnya terdapat banyak sekali perkataan rasulullah Muhammad semasa beliau masih hidup. Terdapat beberapa sahabat yang meriwayatkannya kembali setelah beliau wafat dimulai dari yang paling terkenal pada masa khalifah maupun yang terkenal pada saat ini seperti periwayat hadits imam bukhori, imam muslim, imam ahmad dan banyak lagi. Banyak sekali tema yang terkandung didalam hadits tersebut mulai dari bahasan tentang bermasyarakat, jual beli, berpolitik dan lainnya. Akan dibahas pada artikel berikut ini yaitu bagaimana membuat aplikasi pencarian tentang tematik untuk beberapa hadits riwayat imam muslim yang sudah dikelompokan menjadi beberapa bab secara tematik hadits dengan tujuan yaitu untuk mempermudah, mempercepat dalam mempelajari atau menghapal haditsnya yang disajikan pada sebuah aplikasi pencarian bahasan hadits.
    • Re-Inventing Teachers’ Competences at Early Childhood Education in Building Characters Needed for Global Competition

      Machmud, Karmila (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2015-12-01)
      The goal of this paper is to elaborate and to re-invent the competencies needed by early childhood education teachers. Building children’s character from an early age is significant, but the main problem that is often overlooked is the contribution of Early Childhood Education teachers. Children’s character formation is largely determined by the quality of early childhood teachers. So if we want to instill character values required by our nations, the improvement of the quality of early childhood teachers is very significant. In terms of shaping children’s character, they should be equipped with some important skills and competences, because they have a significant role in building the Indonesian Children’s characters needed in global competition without abandoning their identity as a dignified Indonesian.
    • Realitas Adati Hula-Hulaa to Syara’i, Syara’i Hula-Hulaa to Qur’ani

      Mashadi, Mashadi (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-06-20)
      Islam has become the support and reference among Gorontalo people from the early period the religion. It is including in their way of life and daily activity such as daily lives and traditions. Therefore, it can be understood that Gorontalo is known with the philosophical "Adati hula-hulaa to saraa, saraa hula-hulaa to Kur'ani" which meant as "custom is based on the shari’ah, and so, the shari’ah is based on the Qur’an". This local value ​​is a philosophy of life that had been formulated from the Gorontalo first Muslim king, Sultan Amai. This concept was modified three times until the King Eyato with the concept as we know it today. Gorontalonese local wisdom as inferred in indigenous of "custom is based on the shari’ah, and so, the shari’ah is based on the Qur’an" uniquetly influence their way of lives and in the forms and implementation of religious values in Gorontalo.
    • Reflective Moral Inquiry Learning Model in PAI Learning

      Yahiji, Kasim; Ainiyah, Nur (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2019-12-07)
      This article explains that Islamic Religious Education (PAI) should not be taught by indoctrination. Nonetheless, there must be a contextual approach to increase meaningfulness in learning. Moral reflective inquiry is a model developed in this study with the concept of reflective and self-analytical "toward moral problems that occur in everyday life. This study is a research development that aims to determine the practicality of the design of the model being developed, with the test subjects in SMPN 1 Salaman Magelang, Central Java, and totaling 50 respondents. The research results show that the reflective moral inquiry model in PAI learning was more interesting and made it easier for students to understand learning, motivating students to be actively involved in learning and increase meaningfulness in learning.
    • Refleksi Ayat Hukm Siyasi dalam Qanun Al-Asyi

      Fauzi, Fauzi (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2019-07-16)
      This article discusses the reflection of political nuances in the Qanun al-Asyi as one of the regulations of historical reality. The study was conducted with documentation study as a data collection technique that was analyzed by the method of tahlili (synthesis). The results of this study indicate that the substance of the Qanun is a reflective form of the verses of siyasah syari'iyyah, such as al-Fath / 28: 29 and al-Ahzab / 33: 45-47 which illustrates the presence of good governance which has elements of accountability, transparency, professionalism , integrity and effectiveness. These elements can be traced in the Qanun's mandate on the urgency of the king's concern for the people, ensuring the intellectual ability of the minister of mizan (finance), the principle of helping others, respecting juridical rights and advancing professionalism. Qanun said there are four hierarchies of rules in the form of law, reusam, adat and qanun, each of which is syar'i, dharuri, nafsi and urfi.
    • Relasi Islam dan Hindu Perspektif Masyarakat Bali

      Suwindia, I Gede (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2012-06-01)
      This article explores the problem of relations between Mulsim and Hindu community in Bali. Methodologically, it consisted of three regions: Denpasar, Karangasem and Singaraja. Basically, the relation between Islam and Hindu in Bali has been strengthened by the Bali’s local culture which still continues to develop and exist until today. Genealogical relations due to marriage among families in the past and their generation’s nowadays also contribute significantly to the living harmony among Hindus and Muslims in Bali. Too, local governments trough Forum Kerukunan Antar Umat Beragama (Religion Followers Forum) and the Ministry of Religious Affairs facilitate wider medium of dialogues after the Reformasi era; therefore, relation among them remains constructive and puts forward local wisdom as the basis.
    • Relation Between Pancasila and Islamic Values on Religious Freedom

      Sulasman, Sulasman; Dewi, Eki Kania (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2014-12-01)
      The discourse of religious harmony and freedom is still a current study and much studied through various approaches, including in the perspective of history, sociology, and culture. In Indonesia, normatively, the practices of religious harmony and freedom are referred to both Islamic religion and Pancasila values. The two normative references are positioned in line. Thus, even for the people, Pancasila has a spirit of Islam, because the framers of Pancasila (and Konstitution UUD 1945) are Moslem like Muhammad Yamin and Sukarno. Consciously or not, the Islamic teaching viewed by those framers of Pancasila absorbed into the values of Pancasila. Therefore, it is fair enough that Pancasila and Islam have harmony and conformity, including the concepts of religious harmony and freedom.
    • Religion and Culture Integration in Kutai Communities (Interreligious and Intercultural Peacebuilding Model)

      Khojir, Khojir; Hermawan, Dian Wahid; Fatoni, Sulthon (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-12-01)
      Many religious and cultural peacebuilding models have been formed in many areas in Indonesia, one of which is in Tanjung Isui area, East Kutai, East Kalimantan. While conflicts related to religion and culture have been increasing lately. Therefore, this study aims to investigate the formation of peacebuilding which includes interreligious and intercultural processes in the religious and cultural communities that are on Tanjung Isui. The analysis used in this study is ethnographic qualitative with theological, sociological and anthropological approaches. The interreligious process that took place in Tanjung Isui Community occurred because religion forms a local theological value system and becomes a worldview of the community. The community likes to have mastered intercultural competencies such as appreciating other people's culture, adaptability, behavioral flexibility, strengthening interaction, identity management and interaction, awareness of differences, and cultural communication. While the elements that make up the building of harmony in Tanjung Isui area are the role of spiritual leadership from traditional leaders as a fair and wise mediator, social relations between the community which includes a wealth of values ​​and culture, and cooperation between religious and cultural followers in a harmonious social order.
    • Religion Based-Anti-Corruption Education (An Effort to Strengthen Nation’s Character)

      Harto, Kasinyo (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2014-06-01)
      Agama selama ini dipahami sebagai sebuah doktrin normative-tekstual, hanya mengajarkan keimanan dan ketakwaan, tetapi kurang menyentuh realitas. Hal ini menyebabkan kurangnya kepedulian masyarakat terhadap masalah-masalah sosial, seperti masalah korupsi. Karena itu, kajian ini berupaya melihat sejauhmana realitas masyarakat religius dapat diakomodasi dalam Pendidikan Anti-Korupsi (PAK). Penelitian ini menerapkan  riset pustaka murni dalam mencari sumber-sumber data primer tentang teori-teori PAK dalam perspektif agama dengan pendekatan rekonstruksi sosial. Data selanjutnya dianalisis dan dielaborasi  menjadi prinsip-prinsip paradigmatis sebagai dasar filosofis PAK berbasis agama. PAK berbasis agama sangat mungkin diterapkan dalam proses pembelajaran melalui internalisasi nilai-nilai keagamaan dengan tema-tema amanah dan keadilan, serta pendekatan integratif-sintesis; pendekatan saintifik dan spiritual, dalam rangka penguatan karakter bangsa.
    • Religious Activities and Empowerment : Sustainable Livelihood Framework Approach In Enhancing The Desa Luworo Potencies

      Fitrianto, Achmad Room (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-01-29)
      The marginality and governmental alignments are the two main issues in community development. The role of Tengkulak Rentenir, and Pengijon are significant in Luworo Village. Not only as a financial provider, they also play as connector among the peasant farmer and market. As a result the farmer receipts their selling agricultural productions below market prices. In order to support and giving additional value to their agricultural products an assistance program involving a female Islamic study group of Masjid Al-Hidayah conducted. The assistance activities conducted through SLF approach. The five phases of SLF are: identifying vulnerability; mapping the livelihood assets owned by the community; observing transforming structures and processes; and identifying livelihood strategies and formulating livelihood outcomes.
    • Religiusitas dan Kepercayaan Masyarakat Bugis- Makassar

      Said, Zainal (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2012-12-01)
      This article explores the old beliefs of Bugis and Makassar peoples. The old beliefs which still exist and are preserved within community until nowadays. In the concept of god, for example, the terms of “Dewata SeuwwaE” (Bugis) and “Tau ri A’rana” (Makaasar) still can be heard and believed. In the daily lifes, the influence of local beliefs cover rituals such “mappangre galung” (farmer) and “maccera tasi” (fishermen) still conducted in the community. This article also evaluates the old beliefs of South Sulawesi peoples, both before and after the coming of Islam. Also these religions’ influences in the daily lives are highlighted. A dynamic dialogue between the local religions and Islam becomes the core of this paper.
    • Religiusitas dan Kepercayaan Masyarakat Bugis- Makassar

      Pabbajah, Mustaqim (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2012-12-01)
      This article explores the old beliefs of Bugis and Makassar peoples. The old beliefs which still exist and are preserved within community until nowadays. In the concept of god, for example, the terms of “Dewata SeuwwaE” (Bugis) and “Tau ri A’rana” (Makaasar) still can be heard and believed. In the daily lifes, the influence of local beliefs cover rituals such “mappangre galung” (farmer) and “maccera tasi” (fishermen) still conducted in the community. This article also evaluates the old beliefs of South Sulawesi peoples, both before and after the coming of Islam. Also these religions’ influences in the daily lives are highlighted. A dynamic dialogue between the local religions and Islam becomes the core of this paper.
    • Reorientation Of Islamic Higher Education Leaders in Dealing With The Global World

      Ninsiana, Widhiya; Dacholfany, M. Ihsan (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-12-01)
      This article focuses on the role of Islamic Higher Education in ecnoutering globalization. In this study, the authors suggest that in order to support the efforts for development and progress of a nation, Islamic Higher Education must have a link between the world of science, technology, and the needs of a society. These efforts are visible by fostering and producing qualified human resources, having knowledge and technology insight with a provision of faith piety that remains based on religious values, morals, and noble morals in accordance with the norms of religious and governmental rules so as to master, develop and apply what is gained from Islamic higher education. Vision and mission of Islamic Higher Education are achievable with strong lingkage among lecturers and students, employees and graduates are implemented in accordance with the objectives and demands of th stakeholders or markets.
    • Respons Publik Muda Islam tentang Kepemimpinan Non-Muslim di Indonesia

      Juba, Hasse (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-07-29)
      This paper discusses the young Muslim public's response to non-Muslim leadership in Indonesia. The democratic system provides equal opportunities for everyone to be leaders in various levels of government. However, the debate over non-Muslim leaders remains common, especially in this contemporary era. How the young Muslim public tendency to respond to non-Muslims leadership becomes the point discussed in this paper. This study finds out that there were three young Muslim public tendencies regarding to non-Muslim leadership. First, the tendency of those groups expressively denies the leadership of non-Muslims. The explanation of the Islami texts authority, the Muslim social reality, and the history of national leadership form the basis of this group's thinking. Second, there were groups that accept on the basis of reason, i.e. the social context and political interests, namely anyone has the opportunity and opportunity to be a leader among the Muslim majority. Third, groups that tend to accept with certain conditions, such as having the ability, commitment to uphold the values ​​of Islam, and non-discrimination.
    • Responsibilities and Profesionalism of Judge

      Sumanto, Dedy (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2010-12-01)
      Judicial power is the power of an independent state to hold court to conduct of lawenforcement and justice based on the Pancasila to found the law-based-state, Republic of Indonesia. This statement becomes the definition of judicial power which listed in the Article 1 of Constitutional No.4 2004. As a consequence of power sharing system that is applied in Indonesia, the judiciary or judicial functions held by judicial institutions set by the 1945 Constitution. Chapter IX of the 1945 Constitution mentions three state agencies within the scope of judicial power, i.e. the Supreme Court (MA), the Constitutional Court (MK), and the Judicial Commission (KY). However, according to the Article 24 paragraph 2, only the Supreme Court (and judicial bodies underneath it) and the Constitutional Court (MK) holds the authority as organizer of judicial power. Meanwhile, the rest of judiciaries are often referred as extra-judicial institutions.
    • Riau Provincial Local Governments and Riau Malay Customary Law in the Perspective of Karl Jaspers' Theory of Existence

      Firmanda, Hengki; Latief, Juhansar Andi (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-06-01)
      This study aims at analyzing the relationship between Riau provincial governments and Riau Malay Customary Law (LAM Riau) using Jaspers’ theory of existence. The data of this study are qualitative ones using the sociological law as the approach. Riau Malay customary law is the norm regulates the manner of behavior of the Malay people. Riau Malay customary law is a law-based-community. It means, the law is conserved and raised its existence jointly. The local governments have a very important role in maintaining its existence. Local governments (executive and legislative) and customary institution are defined as state organizers.
    • Riau Provincial Local Governments and Riau Malay Customary Law in the Perspective of Karl Jaspers’ Theory of Existence

      Firmanda, Hengki; Latief, Juhansar Andi (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-06-01)
      This study aims at analyzing the relationship between Riau provincial governments and Riau Malay Customary Law (LAM Riau) using Jaspers’ theory of existence. The data of this study are qualitative ones using the sociological law as the approach. Riau Malay customary law is the norm regulates the manner of behavior of the Malay people. Riau Malay customary law is a law-based-community. It means, the law is conserved and raised its existence jointly. The local governments have a very important role in maintaining its existence. Local governments (executive and legislative) and customary institution are defined as state organizers.