• Unsur Estetika Islam pada Seni Hias Istana Raja Bugis

      Yunus, Pangeran Paita; Soedarsono, Soedarsono; Gustami, SP (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2012-06-01)
      Continuity in the development of art, especially Hindu art Indonesia reached a new tradition at the time of the power of the king who converted to Islam, in which the development of Islamic art in Indonesia based on the palace of the king. In this cultural arts center arts fostered and developed based on a long artistic tradition with new values ​​that Islam breath. Symbolic and aesthetic elements in the building of Islam in Indonesia, is a reflection of culture in a region of breath. Big or small the role of local culture, weighing whether or not the work of pre-Islamic art, that's what color the Islamic art forms including architecture realization. The concept of Islam, i.e. every creature possessed of art values ​​have to be connected with a wealth of beauty and greatness of Allah Swt. Thus, in Islamic art has a legal status (syar'i) are governed by certain religious teachings of Islam, both contained in the Qur'an, Hadith, and the opinions of the ulama.
    • Urgensi Pemahaman Kontekstual Hadis (Refleksi terhadap Wacana Islam Nusantara)

      Tasbih, Tasbih (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-06-05)
      This writing tries to show the importance of contextual understanding on hadith in order to response Islam Nusantara discourse. It is library research which takes contextual understanding on hadith and Islam Nusantara as its variables of research. The research result shown that contextual meaning is an approach which done, as an effort to analyze the meaning of hadith. it is done when there is inconsistency between the situation on a society or a certain time of decade. The hadith said that the leader should be taken from Quraisy tribe or the hadith about a nation will never find its prosperous when the leadership is given to woman are two examples which will get difficulties when it will be applied in Indonesia, as long as it is still understood textually. However, both do not find clashes when it is understood contextually. Therefore, all the Islam scientific are demanded to be ready in responding the actual problems on society life, especially in Indonesia archipelago, in order to reflect the elasticity of Islam teaching principle and method on mu’amalah and social relation issues.
    • Values of Islamic Economic System in Ritual "Mappadendang"

      Rahim, Abdul (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2017-06-09)
      Cultural diversity that exists in Indonesia is one potential that must be developed and preserved throughout the cultures as long as they not incompatible with the moral values of Islam. In fact, this diversity provides vibrant colors varying as a tradition that characterizes respective tribes and ethnics. In the culture of the Bugis, one of the cultural or ritual that is routinely performed each year in agricultural activities (harvest) is mappadendang, attended by all farmers. This ritual is performed as a form of joy and gratitude on the Creator, for abundant agricultural crops. In addition to the form of joy, the mappadendang ritual also intended to preserve the cultural heritage of their ancestors. Mappadendang in Pinrang itself coins philosophical and religious values which are very high and are a means to strengthening the unity and integrity. The importance of cooperation within the traditional mappadendang ritual includes carrying values of the Islamic economic system, such as, to work earnestly for seeking halal earnings, to form solid society with solid social order, justice, income distribution, eradicating the monopoly, individual freedom in order to obtain social welfare.
    • Wacana Kesetaraan Gender: Pemikiran Islam Kontemporer tentang Gerakan Feminisme Islam

      Muqoyyidin, Andik Wahyun (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2013-12-01)
      Gender is one of discourses called contemporary discourse calls for the attention of many parties, the youth, among movement activists, academics and students, legislative and government, and the theologian. The purpose of this discourse is to close a social injustice based on gender differences. Furthermore, it seeks to achieve equality between men and women in the social aspects. And so far, of the discourse on gender at least can be categorized into four performance, i.e., as a movement, as a discourse of development, those social issues into religious issues, and as an approach in the study of religion. This paper discusses about the perspectives of gender equality as understood by the muslim feminists. In general, it can be mentioned that the purpose of the struggle of feminism is equality, dignity, and freedom of women in choosing and managing life and her body, both inside and outside the household.
    • Wacana Non Dominan: Menghadirkan Fikih Alternatif yang Berkeadilan Gender

      Kau, Sofyan A. P.; Suleman, Zulkarnain (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2013-12-01)
      Jurisprudence has a diversity of opinions over the law interpretation. Among other is the women jurisprudence. Furthermore, the women legal opinion is subsequently not single but diverse. The diversity of women jurisprudence is actually seen as an alternative, that is, ‘gender’ perspective kind of fiqh. This paper offers a non-mainstream discourse over the fiqh by presenting and assessing ‘gender’ perspective kind of jurisprudence. This is done because it is seen that most discourse over women jurisprudence were dominated by gender inequality; and therefore it should be thoroughly criticized. With the exception of akiqah discourses, the way to bath boys’ and girls’ urine, they both treated equally the same. Any physically contacts with women subsequently do not invalidate the ablution (wudhu). Therefore, woman has equal rights with man in custody, witness and leadership. More importantly, in the non-dominant discourse of jurisprudence, woman may be a guardian and a witness to a wedding, even can be a khutbah priest and an imam of public congregational prayers.
    • Wahdah Islamiyah’s Counter-Radicalism Strategy Through The New Media Network in Da’wah Development Of Palu City

      Khairil, Muhammad (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2019-02-09)
      Radical labels and terrorist movements are often pinned down on various Islamic organizations in Indonesia, one of which is Wahdah Islamiyah (WI). This stigma is growing rapidly among Indonesians because the news in the media seems to accuse Islamic organizations of being the source of radical movements. Understanding the media becomes a crucial need in society. In addition, Islamic organizations are required to balance technological developments and utilize communication media in the modern era to re-establish the image of Muslims in Indonesia. This study focused on Wahdah Islamiyah in Palu City and was carried out with qualitative methods and case study approach to see and explain how the Wahdah Islamiyah in Palu City understood and utilized the media in responding to radical ideas that were often attached to Islamic organizations. This research shows that WI has a special strategy in responding to radicalism and has been able to utilize online media even though it is not yet optimal.
    • Warisan Pendidikan Islam Nusantara: Suatu Perubahan dan Keberlangsungan

      Haluty, Djaelani (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2016-06-01)
      Islamic Nusantara gives a great contribution to Indonesia by bequeathing the various of Islamic educational institutions, which until now still exist and sustainably, Islamic Nusantara has a treasury of educational institutions such a comprehensive, innovative and integrative. However, the great contribution of Islamic Nusantara with the educational institution where its educates and liberates the mankind from ignorance and the backwardness its not necessarily got appreciated for its efforts, but the existence was a "blasphemed"  by people who identify themselves as a transnational movement. Islamic Nusantara is called as Islam which has a great relation between local tradition and culture, this article wish to discribing the seed of islamic Nusantara in Indonesia as well as integration of Islamic scholarship and Western.
    • Wawasan Fikih Indonesia: Studi tentang Periwayatan dan Penalaran Hukum Wali Nikah

      Lahaji, Lahaji; Ibrahim, Sulaiman (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2019-07-02)
      This study reinforces the issue of guardian marriage referred to in the law number 26, which returned to the article 2 that emphasizes that the provisions of religious law are the primary determinant of the validity of a marriage. Because in principle, a woman has no right to marry herself, so women marry other women. Indonesian jurisprudence about marriage guardian law is contained in the Law and the KHI. In Law Number 1 of 1974, it is unclear how to regulate marriage guardians, but it is required that there be a parent's permission for those who are married if they are not yet 21 years old. In the practice of the Religious Courts, the guardian of marriage is a necessity for the marriage to be valid, even the guardian of the marriage must also be assessed whether the mujbir guardian or the regular guardian.
    • Women’s Leadership in Entrepreneurs

      Mardiana, Andi (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2020-06-01)
      Abstract This study analyzes women's leadership in order to find out how women's leadership in the world of entrepreneurship. The results showed that women always prioritized interpersonal relations, communication, workers' motivation, task-oriented, and more oriented to comparison with men who were more concerned with aspects of strategic design and analysis. A leader today is not only from men, but women are also able to become leaders. In contrast to ancient times, now women are not just homemakers and no longer dominate under men. The concept of gender equality can be accepted by society: women and men as equals.
    • Zakat and Tax; From the Synergy to Optimization

      Mustofa, Mustofa; Fata, Khoirul (Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo, 2015-06-01)
      Dualism dilemma between zakat and tax in Indonesia can be relatively mitigated by ratification of Act No. No. 38/1999 on Management of Zakat. In the regulation, zakat has been synergized with tax by placing zakat as a deduction from taxable income element (PKP). But so far it has not been given the significant impact on the acceptance of zakat and awareness of Muslims to pay zakat. There are also some problems in practical level that contribute to that fact. This article explores the zakat and tax synergy that have been achieved through Act No. 38 of 1999, the problems found in its execution, and of course an offer for a solution to optimize the role of zakat and tax for the people welfare. By examining same practice in some countries, this paper recommends zakat as a direct tax deduction (tax credit) as a strategic step in the effort to optimize the role of zakat.