• Tafsir Al-Qur’an Al-Karim Karya MUI Sul-Sel

      Mursalim, Mursalim (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2012-06-01)
      Tafsir Bugis, which compiled by the Indonesian Ulema Council (MUI), existed within South Sulawesi among Bugis people to fill the lack of literature in Bugis area; therefore, the Qur'an can be understood by ordinary people who do not understand or know Latin language (i.e. Malay) or Arabic interpretation. This includes commentary Tafsir al-Qur'an Bugis completed a 30 chapters written by Bugis interpretation AG. Daud Ismail. The methodology of the tafsir is using the tahlily method through textual forms and the way its construction is not very merely affiliated schools of philosophy and its schools of fiqh.
    • Tafsir Kontekstual Berwawasan Gender (Eksplorasi, Kritik dan Rekonstruksi)

      Faisal, Ahmad (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2013-12-01)
      Although it is from the same reference of sources, the Qur’an and the Haditz, tafsir of gender relation in Islam constanly growing into various kinds. Among many important factors that forces the diversity is the different perspectives about involved contextual consideration in the tafsir processes. For many exegesists (mufassir) to approve it, the elements of historical and sosiological must be considerated in analyzed. If the elements are neglected then it may lead to bias and its result will be fragmented. Nonetheles, it still needs many efforts to sosializating it in more comprehensive and also to respond to any objections and outspoken critics from the society. The efforts also include to improve the methodological concept which are considered more comprehensive which integrate many approaches in Islamic Studies into main frame of methodological thought.
    • Tarekat

      Fata, Ahmad Khoirul (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2011-12-01)
      Sufism as an organized institution service provider presents a practical and structured to guide the stages of mystical journey that centers on student-teacher relationships; authority of the teacher who had climbed the stages of mystical must be completely accepted by a student. This is necessary in order to move students to meet with God can be completely successful. Congregations have been known in the Islamic world, especially in the second century AD 12/13 (6/7 H) with the presence of the congregation Qadiriyah under the founder Abd al-Qadir al-Jailani (1077-1166 AD). After passing through the stages in the congregation, a member will receive a diploma of teaching; one can conduct a congregation and teach others. Genealogically, most congregations linking their lineages to the Prophet Muhammad through Ali ibn Abi Talib, except of the Naqshbandi who through Abu Bakr Siddiq.
    • Terapi Sufistik dalam Pengobatan di Pekanbaru Riau

      Hasbullah, Hasbullah; Saifullah, Saifullah; Hasbi, M Ridwan (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-12-01)
      Berangkat dari fenomena sosial masyarakat yang secara khusus di Kota Pekanbaru terjadi perubahan sosial yang cepat dengan komunikasi tanpa batas, cenderung materialistik, sekularistik, dan rasionalistik sehingga terdapat berbagai masalah psikis dan fisik. Masalah ini merupakan penyakit yang datang dari kehilangan visi ke-Ilahian, yang tumpul penglihatannya terhadap realitas hidup dan kehidupan. Pengobatan dengan alat-alat canggih dan bahan-bahan kimia berkembang sedemikian rupa, namun pada kenyataannya tak mampu menyelesaikan secara utuh persoalan-persoalan penyakit yang banyak diderita, kemudian beralih ke pengobatan yang bersifat alternatif-spiritualistik. Penelitian ini menggunakan pendekatan kualitatif dengan melakukan wawancara mendalam kepada tokoh-tokoh yang mempraktikkan terapi sufistik. Di Pekanbaru, muncul kecenderungan masyarakat untuk berobat melalui terapi sufistik yang dapat dilihat dari berkembangnya rumah-rumah pengobatan sufistik. Riset terhadap rumah terapi sufistik yang mengobati penyakit dalam perspektif sufi healing Islam. Hasil kajian ini memperlihatkan bahwa terapi sufistik atau penyembuhan sufi merupakan suatu trend baru di kalangan masyarakat modern yang tampaknya telah mengalami titik jenuh dengan berbagai pola orientasi material, sehingga dunia spiritual menjadi alternatif
    • Terapi Zikir Jama’ati di Desa Luwoo dan Tenggela Kabupaten Gorontalo

      Saefulloh, Aris (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2012-06-01)
      Jama’ati Muslim group of Luwoo and Tenggela villages in Gorontalo regency is one of the groups that routinely remembrance activities in their environment. By using psychological, this paper will attempt to explore the existence and the implementation of remembrance "Jama'ati" performed occasionally in which the congregation can help in reducing symptoms of anxiety psychosis, so the remembrance that there has been a therapeutic means for the congregation whom face depressive problem . Recitation (zikir) is done routinely will greatly assist in the process of forming the character of their souls. Recitation is one way to obtain spiritual concentration. For those who follow this zikir routinely can implement it in a variety of methods.
    • The alternative strategies for accelerating islamic banking growth: mergers, spin-offs, acquisitions and conversions.

      Al Arif, Mohammad Nur Rianto; Masruroh, Aini; Ihsan, Dwi Nuraini; Rahmawati, Yuke (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2020-05-20)
      The year 2023 is the deadline for sharia business units to decide on the business strategy to be carried out. This study aims to determine alternative strategies that can be carried out by sharia business units in accelerating business growth. The approach taken in this paper is a mixture of qualitative and quantitative approaches. A qualitative approach using SWOT analysis and interviews. While the quantitative approach using ARIMA. The ARIMA results show that no sharia business unit can achieve a 50% share of assets from its parent bank. This shows the spin-off strategy as mandated by the law needs to be evaluated. Alternative strategies that can be done is conversion, where there are already two banks that do this strategy. Also, another alternative strategy that can be taken is a merger between Islamic business units. Another alternative strategy is the acquisition of sharia business units by established sharia full-fledged banks.  
    • The Alternative Strategies for Accelerating Islamic Banking Growth: Mergers, Spin-Offs, Acquisitions and Conversions.

      Al Arif, Mohammad Nur Rianto; Masruroh, Aini; Ihsan, Dwi Nuraini; Rahmawati, Yuke (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2020-05-20)
      The year 2023 is the deadline for sharia business units to decide on the business strategy to be carried out. This study aims to determine alternative strategies that can be carried out by sharia business units in accelerating business growth. The approach taken in this paper is a mixture of qualitative and quantitative approaches. A qualitative approach using SWOT analysis and interviews. While the quantitative approach using ARIMA. The ARIMA results show that no sharia business unit can achieve a 50% share of assets from its parent bank. This shows the spin-off strategy as mandated by the law needs to be evaluated. Alternative strategies that can be done is conversion, where there are already two banks that do this strategy. Also, another alternative strategy that can be taken is a merger between Islamic business units. Another alternative strategy is the acquisition of sharia business units by established sharia full-fledged banks.  
    • The Belief of Prohibition to Do Jumat Pray in Mosque For Women in Gorontalo

      Kasim, Dulsukmi (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2019-06-01)
      Tulisan ini mengangkat kasus faham shalat Jumat muslimah Desa Bulotalangi Timur yang ada di Kecamatan Bulango Timur Kabupaten Bone Bolango. Dari tiga masjid yang ada di desa Bulotalangi Timur, hanya masjid al-Hidayah yang muslimahnya menjalankan faham bahwa wanita tidak boleh shalat Jumat, sehingga mereka datang ke masjid pada hari Jumat hanya untuk shalat Dhuhur berjamaah dan diimami seorang pria. Faham ini muncul sejak tahun 1994 yang diajarkan oleh seorang guru ngaji bernama Karim Daud. Tidak dijumpai adanya dalil nas khusus dalam menjalankan faham tersebut. Langgengnya faham tersebut dipicu oleh sedikitnya 4 faktor: 1) Rendahnya tingkat pendidikan dan pengetahuan agama warga desa tersebut; 2) Kurangnya perhatian dari lembaga pemerintah dan tokoh masyarakat setempat; 3) Adanya fanatisme buta atas doktrin sang guru/ustad; 4) Kurang tersentuhnya mereka oleh dakwah ulama Gorontalo (MUI, Kementerian Agama, dan da’i).
    • The Concept of God in Christianity: an Islamic Perspective

      Latief, Juhansar Andi (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-06-05)
      This article provides a concept of God in the Christianity. The concept is based on the Islamic perspective. It briefly explains how the Christian concept of God explores descriptive and then compare and contrast these insights, the concept of God which is based on the two Abrahamic faiths, Christianity and Islam. It also looks at some of the criticism of Islam on the concept of God in Christianity. The study then found that even those two religions have the same root as the Abrahamic religions but they actually have different interpretations of the concept of God itself. Unlike the tradition of Islam, Christianity has the concept of the trinity of God.
    • The Effect of Spin-Off Policy on Financing Growth in Indonesian Islamic Banking Industry

      Arif, Mohammad Al (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2015-06-01)
      The purpose of this paper is to analyze the relationship between spin-off policy on the financing growth of Islamic banking industry in Indonesia. This research used panel  regression with fixed effect. The variable used in this paper is dummy variabel of spin-off, and also included the internal factor of industry such as third party fund, and efficiency ratio (measured by BOPO). Besides the internal factor, this research also included the external factor such as inflation rate, economic growth rate, and interest rate from conventional banking. The result shows that only third part funds and interest rate had an impact on the financing growth in spin-off banks. The spin-off policy doesn’t have an impact on the financing growth in spin-off banks
    • The existence of profit growth in companies in the Jakarta Islamic Index (JII) (2016-2018)

      Sofhian, Sofhian (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2020-06-06)
      This study aims to determine the partial profit growth of company stock prices (companies registered in the Jakarta Islamic Index - JII). The article is the result of stock analysis and annual financial statements of companies that enter the 2016-2018 Jakarta Islamic Index, by using a quantitative research. The sample used was obtained from 90 Jakarta Islamic Index companies using the simple regression analysis method. From the results of the hypothesis test, the variable earnings growth showed no significant effect on stock prices at companies listed on the Jakarta Islamic Index (JII). From the results of partial testing between earnings growth variables and stock price variables, the T count is smaller than the T table with a value of 0.436 <1.987 and a sig value of 0.664 is greater than 0.05. Therefore, it can be said that the profit growth variable does not have a significant effect on stock prices. According to the researchers, this occurs because there are other influences, one of which is the fluctuation of the rupiah exchange rate against foreign currencies.
    • The Gorontalo Religious Court Judges Response Toward Their Absolute Competence in Resolving Shariah Economy Disputes

      Mardiana, Andi; Darwis, Rizal (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2015-06-01)
      Post the first amendment of Religious Courts Bill that provides wider authority toward Religious Courts in investigate and decide Islamic economics disputes has responses, whether support or pessimistic, especially among Religious Court judges themselves. This paper examines the Gorontalo Religious Courts judges response about their authority in resolve Shariah economy disputes. This paper is a qualitative descriptive research and the data was collected using observation, interviews and document reviews. The finding of this study revealed that the Gorontalo Religious Courts judges response well to trust laws in handling disputes Shariah economy. In other words, in principle, they are ready to handle disputes Islamic economics. Readiness, such as: the handling disputes Shariah economy is Religious Courts judges authorities and it is a professional responsibility as a judge; Religious Courts formed a special judge to handle falling out or cases of Shariah economy, and Religious Courts judges provides knowledge of Shariah economy without trainings or workshops.
    • The Impacts of Direct Local Election to The Community Life

      Susanti, Ani; Waris, Irwan (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2018-06-01)
      This article intends to analyse the impacts of direct elections to the community life. The impacts, in this study, are particularly on political, social, and economic sectors. This research conducted in Palu, Donggala Regency, and Parigi Mautong Regency. The findings of this study were obtained from qualitative research, which the data obtained through qualitative enquiries such as Focus Group Discussion (FGD) which involved some parties who understood, comprehended, and organised the election; in-depth interview to informants, distribute a questionnaire to 162 respondents; do a literature study, and documentary reports. The result of this study shows that the processes of election impact positively to the social and political life of the community but not the economical. Equally important finding is that there are several negative impacts throughout the implementation process of the local elections.
    • The Implementation of Character Education at Ar-Rahmah Integrated Islamic Elementary School of Makassar

      Syahruddin, Syahruddin (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2015-12-01)
      The implementation of character education as reflected in QS Luqman: 12-19 at the Ar-Rahmah Integrated Islamic Elementary School of Makassar learners is integrated into the whole school programs. Those programs namely: integrated in every subjects, the development of school culture, extra-curricular activities, cooperation with learners’ parents, the control card (yaumian card) and means of communication via group in website. The impact of character education on learners’ attitude and behavior can be identified from their daily attitude and behavior like being discipline, praying dhuha, praying dhuhur in congregation, keeping the school environment clean, keeping mutual appreciating among their friends, being responsible towards the task assigned by the teachers, maintaining order in the learning process, and asking for permission when they want to get out.
    • The Indonesian Clerics Council (MUI) and The Issue of The Freedom of Religion in The Case of Ahmadiyah

      Rochmat, Saefur (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-06-06)
      The Republic of Indonesia does not follow the pure concept of nation state as the national ideology of Pancasila recognizes the role of religion in the national political system. Based on this conception, the government has facilitated the establishment of the ministry of religious affairs which often breaks the principle of religion freedom. In the case of Islamic sect of Ahmadiyah, MUI, established under the auspice of the ministry of religions, has accused the Islamic sect of Ahmadiyah of having done the act of blasphemy. Actually, this will not become a problem if the state consistently applies the separations of power between public and private affairs. In this regard, religious communities take in a role of civil society which would provide checks and balances to the government in the pursuance of democracy. In line with this, the ministry of religious affairs, by means of MUI, should not judge people based on their beliefs. Al-Qur’an also recognizes the existence of different religions as well as some sects within a certain religion. Moreover, it is useful to implement Richard Niebuhr’s theory of denomination. Last but not least, MUI should act following the concept of nation state in order to moderate power which tends to corrupt.
    • The Influence of Service Quality, Religious Commitment and Trust on The Customers’ Satisfaction and Loyalty and Decision to Do The Transaction in Mandiri Sharia Bank Of Jawatimur

      Hidayat, Rachmad; Akhmad, Sabarudin (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-06-08)
      This study tested the causal relationship of service quality, religious commitment and trust on customers’ satisfaction, loyalty and decision to repeat their transaction in sharia banking services. This research used quantitative approach to describe the causal relationship between the variables through hypothesis testing. The samples in this research are 160 respondents.  Structural equation modeling (SEM) is used to analyze this research. This research findings shows that the quality of service and customers’ trust, satisfaction and loyalty simultaneously influenced the decision to repeat their transaction in that banking service. The customers’ satisfaction and loyalty are intervening variables that linked the service quality and the customers’ trust with the decision to repeat their banking transaction. The religious commitment had insignificant influence toward the service quality; however, it had significant influence toward the loyalty and decision to repeat their banking transaction.
    • The Influence of Spiritual Intelligence,Leadership, and Organizational Culture on Organizational Citizenship Behavior: A Study To Islamic Bank in Makassar City

      HM, Muhdar; Rahma, St. (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-12-21)
      The aims of this study are to find out and to analys: (1) the influence of spiritual intelligence on organizational  citizenship  behavior; (2) the influence of leadership on organizational  citizenship  behavior; (3) the influence of organizationan culture on organizational  citizenship  behaviorThe population included all employees of Islamic Bank in Makassar City. There were 178 samples determined by using Slovin formula.  The samples were selected in two stages: proportional and purposive sampling. The data were analyzed by using path analysis with the AMOS 21 program. The results show that: spiritual intelligence has a positive and significant influence on organizational citizenship behavior; leadership has a positive and significant influence on organizational citizenship behavior; organizational culture has a positive and significant influence on organizational citizenship behavior.
    • The margin of murabaha financing system of Islamic banks and their effects on financial decisions on retirees

      Muhdar, Muhdar (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2020-06-06)
      The phenomenon of retirement customers' decision to take over debts from conventional financial institutions to Islamic finance continues to increase, indicating a change in customer paradigm, predicted due to several factors including financing margin factors. This article explains the extent to which financing margins affect the decision of retired customers to take over from conventional banks to Islamic banking. This study uses a quantitative method with an analysis unit of 161 retired clients who have filled the questionnaire with multi-stage sampling. The results of the study show that murabaha financing margins have a positive and significant effect on the decision making of retired customers in the taking over of financing. This means that good financing margins have great potential to bring retired customers from conventional banks. Thus, this result has implications for marketers and policy makers that retired customers decide based on potential financing products.
    • The margin of murabaha financing system of Islamic banks and their effects on retirees customer decisions

      HM, Muhdar (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2020-06-06)
      The phenomenon of retirement customers' decision to take over debts from conventional financial institutions to Islamic finance continues to increase, indicating a change in customer paradigm, predicted due to several factors including financing margin factors. This article explains the extent to which financing margins affect the decision of retired customers to take over from conventional banks to Islamic banking. This study uses a quantitative method with an analysis unit of 161 retired clients who have filled the questionnaire with multi-stage sampling. The results of the study show that murabaha financing margins have a positive and significant effect on the decision making of retired customers in the taking over of financing. This means that good financing margins have great potential to bring retired customers from conventional banks. Thus, this result has implications for marketers and policy makers that retired customers decide based on potential financing products.
    • The Marriage Procession Outside the Marriage Hall and its Impact on Children's Education for Gorontalo Communities

      Solong, Najamuddin Petta; Arif, Muhammad (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2019-12-01)
      This article specifically aims to uncover the positive effects of marriage outside of the marriage hall. The wedding procession that formally brings a bride or a pair of prospective husband and wife before the prince is then officially legalized as husband and wife. The research finds out that the marriage procession which conducted outside the marriage hall is generally carried out in the family home of Bumela Village of Gorontalo Province, given to them. As a result, children become embedded in the values of kinship in marriage and affection between families does not disappear with the marriage of family members with others.