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Benny Baskara, Vincamira Tasha F, Ali Akbar Muhammad
Published: 29 September 2020
Khatulistiwa, Volume 10, pp 65-75; doi:10.24260/khatulistiwa.v9i2.1478

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The nyadran ritual is a ritual that usually conducted by Javanese Muslim to welcome Ramadhan or fasting month in the Islamic calendar. The essential element of the nyadran ritual is visiting the graveyard to clean up the grave and praying for the ancestors buried in the grave. However, in recent development, it seems that change and development are already happened to the nyadran ritual in some of its elements, such as reciting prayer together, parading the offerings to the graveyard, and end up with communal feast. The media construction is also influential, with the coverage of the nyadran ritual in Makam Sewu by various media, such as television, print media, and online media.
Abdurrahman Abdurrahman, Muhammad Abduh
Published: 29 September 2020
Khatulistiwa, Volume 10, pp 43-64; doi:10.24260/khatulistiwa.v9i2.1480

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Self-concept is the core of individual personality, which plays a role in determining and directing individual behavior. Self-concept cannot be separated from virtuous values that arise from self-identity. This article discusses the philosophy of life and the cultural values of the Banjar people "baiman, bauntung, batuah" which are used to conceptualize themselves. The values obtained from the strong influence of Islamic teachings on the Banjar people. The dominance of Islam in the Banjar community is undoubtedly, in the process of 'becoming a Banjar', many Dayak ethnic groups are 'becoming Banjars when they convert to Islam. In addition to this article discussing one of the unique cultural forms of Banjar people, the culture of the river, in the form of river transportation, pasar terapung, and rumah lanting, has begun to be neglected.
Kutbuddin Aibak
Published: 28 September 2020
Khatulistiwa, Volume 10, pp 20-42; doi:10.24260/khatulistiwa.v9i2.1481

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The sharia economic dispute resolution process in Indonesia has two paths which can be taken by litigants, namely litigation in court and non-litigation. This research was motivated by sharia economic dispute cases handled by Blitar Religious Court which were carried out through a mediation but failed. The failure of this mediation process and the factors behind the failure are important issues to be studied. Consequently, Supreme Court Regulation No. 1/2016 becomes important to be used as the basis of analysis, whether this regulation has been implemented or not. Therefore, this study aims to describe and analyze the implementation of the Supreme Court Regulation Number 1/2016 concerning the procedure of in-court mediation on economy sharia disputes in Blitar Religious Court, along with various obstacles and solutions.
Sulaiman Sulaiman Sulaiman
Published: 13 July 2020
At-Turats, Volume 14, pp 53-63; doi:10.24260/at-turats.v14i1.1778

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Vibry Andina Nurhidayah
Published: 13 July 2020
At-Turats, Volume 14, pp 64-79; doi:10.24260/at-turats.v14i1.1799

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Nindya Juwita Utimadini
Published: 13 July 2020
At-Turats, Volume 14; doi:10.24260/at-turats.v14i1.1800

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Sciprofile linkAhmad Maulidizen, Eka Pratiwi
Published: 10 July 2020
Khatulistiwa, Volume 10; doi:10.24260/khatulistiwa.v10i1.1339

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In terms of methods of discovering Islamic law, experts formulated 3 methods, namely: linguistic interpretation methods, kaukasi methods and theological methods. The mention of the method of discovery of the first type of law as bayani reasoning means that the discussion is more focused on text, in this case the text is Arabic. This method is a method of legal discovery by interpreting or interpreting existing Islamic legal texts, namely the Quran and hadith. Urgency of sharia is based on the understanding of the verses (verses) of the law in the Qur'an and hadith, the process of decomposition, deepening, and formulation of the law based on a collection of sources from the Qur'an and Hadith. Clear Lafaz is a clear explanation its designation of the intended meaning without requiring an outside explanation. Lafaz, whose meaning is clear, there are 2 opinions, the first is the opinion of the jumhur ulama or mutakallimun, explaining that the meaning of Lafaz is divided into three levels, namely Nash, Zahir and Mujmal. While other opinions, namely opinions from the Hanafi. Lafaz which is clear according to hanafiyah there are 4 kinds, namely: zahir, nash, mufassar and muhkam
Muchammad Djarot
Published: 3 July 2020
At-Turats, Volume 14; doi:10.24260/at-turats.v14i1.1784

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Farninda Aditya
Published: 3 July 2020
At-Turats, Volume 14; doi:10.24260/at-turats.v14i1.1532

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Husenudin Ahmadi
Published: 3 July 2020
At-Turats, Volume 14; doi:10.24260/at-turats.v14i1.1577

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