Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar

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ISSN / EISSN : 1693-2714 / 2685-2934
Current Publisher: IAIN Bengkulu (10.29300)
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Published: 4 February 2020
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 19, pp 151-167; doi:10.29300/syr.v19i2.2466

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This study analyzes the symbolic interaction of Herbert Mead to discourse the actions of muslim women in ‘Aksi Gejayan Memanggil’ on in order to voice opinions of rejection of problematic revisions to the law. Symbolic interaction as a form of muslim women's communication role is carried out to influence the government in order to be able to accept all forms of demands. The purpose of this study is to analyze the symbolic interaction of muslim women to realize community support in voicing opinions. Through descriptive qualitative methods, by understanding data taken from social media as well as several related books resulting in symbolic interactions that are shown by women is to build a positive outlook in the call to action, these actions are positive actions as an effort to defend and reject their revisions to the law namely changes to the RKUHP, the elimination of sexual violence, and several other demands. Moreover, this action is a form of the presence or existence of women in defense of their rights and obligations
Rohimi Rohimi
Published: 4 February 2020
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 19, pp 127-137; doi:10.29300/syr.v19i2.2381

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This study examines the process of rehabilitation of juvenile delinquent muslim clients in the practice of hypnotherapy. This study uses qualitative methods or field research, where the researchers immediately jumped into the research location located at the Institute of Indonesian Hypnotherapist Association (IHI) Yogyakarta. The method of data collection in this study through in-depth interviews, observation and documentation. The results of this study that the rehabilitation process of juvenile delinquent clients in the practice of hypnotherapy uses several methods of hypnotherapy that are used to restore the nature of a child to be a good person and stop doing negative things. Some methods of rehabilitation of juvenile delinquency clients carried out in the practice of hypnotherapy, namely (a) suggestibility tests and per-induction interviews, collect information related to client problems to facilitate the rehabilitation process (b) induction, entering the client's consciousness to the subconscious mind. easy to rehabilitate from the problems faced by clients (c) deepening, where teenage clients have gone through an unconscious stage and from the guiding stage to being given motivation to blend positively (d) depth level test, the stage of seeing a result of rehabilitation of juvenile delinquency clients (e) termination, the stage of returning a conscious mind of a client.
Published: 30 December 2019
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 19, pp 182-198; doi:10.29300/syr.v19i2.2476

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In the process or stages of career guidance can not be separated from the stages of career exploration. One of the things that needs to be explored from within an individual is basic characteristics. STIFIn Test is a test instrument that can reveal a person's basic abilities or intelligence from an early age. This study examines the relevance between the stages of the career guidance process as seen from the process of identifying the intelligence machine possessed through the process of scanning the fingerprints of the ten fingers with the direction of the chosen field or profession and their relevance to the concept of potential in Islam. The writing method uses literature review by comparing, analyzing andconnecting STIFIn theory theory studies with the stages and processes of career guidance. This study found the results of the scanning of the ten fingerprints which produced nine types of individual characteristics, used as a basis in the process of entering the study, choosing majors or study programs or scientific fields and professions in accordance with the intelligence machine they have. In Islam, humans who are born into the world are the most perfect creatures. Furthermore in the hadith also explained that humans are born in a state of nature. Some commentators interpret the word fitrah as latent potential or basic potential brought by humans from birth. From this explanation it is very relevant that basically humans have the basic potential or genetic potential that has been provided from birth, to be developed in carrying out their professions and careers.
Published: 30 December 2019
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 19, pp 138-150; doi:10.29300/syr.v19i2.2467

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Traditional rituals wrapped in religious nuances are quite diverse in Indonesia. One of the traditional rituals that is still preserved today is the suroan ritual. The suroan ritual is a memorial to the annual agenda in welcoming the Islamic newyear. Suroan in the Javanese calendar coincides with the calendar of the Islamic Hijri newyear falling in the month of Muharram. The suroan ritual carried out by the Javanese pzeople is still preserved. Like suroan in Bengkulu, Javanese people who have moved for decades from Java to Bengkulu, they still carry out this Suroan warning with complete symbols. The symbols used in the Suroan ritual have profound meanings. The meaning contained in these symbols becomes one of the cultural propaganda communication movements wrapped in religious nuances. The meanings contained include: 1). Takir Plontang, is interpreted as a form of solidarity, interrelation with one another among Muslims to maintain harmony, peace and blessings in life. 2). Sodo, symbolizes the bond of the two sentences of shahada which gives peace and blessings in Islam. 3). Janur Kuning, the philosopher that the yellow palm signifies the existence of light, an illumination for Muslims. The local community feels a strong Islamic ukhuwah, looking after each other, protecting and protecting one another. This research provides an explanation to the public that traditional rituals have meaning that is full of important lessons in life. So that people should continue to preserve traditional rituals as they should
Sifatul Aliyah, Bayu Mitra Adhyatma Kusuma
Published: 30 December 2019
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 19, pp 212-223; doi:10.29300/syr.v1i1.2014

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Religious counselors are the spearhead profession in the spread of religion while representing the government in delivering religious and development programs in the national and local level. They are not only consist of civil servants (PNS) employees, but also non-civil servants (non-PNS) employees. For those who already have PNS status, their careers are generally more certain and in a safe position. On the contrary, for those with non-PNS status, they are in a dilemma. On the one hand, their existence really has important meaning in the midst of the rise of various religious issues. But on the other hand, they are in a stagnant career condition, there is no career certainty and lack of attention compared to the PNS. Therefore, basically it is necessary to empower non-PNS religious counselor. The research result shows that the government through the Ministry of Religious Affairs actively has attempted to empower non-PNS religious counselor with the Islamic Information Information Management System and the E-PAI application. In addition the government has made efforts such as training and coaching, examining performance reports, making clear guidelines or regulations, and upgrading the salary up to 100 percent. The research method used in this study is descriptive qualitative type and emphasizes on the study of literature.
Published: 30 December 2019
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 19, pp 168-181; doi:10.29300/syr.v19i2.2469

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The decision to establish Barus City in Center of Tapanuli as the zero point of Islam Nusantra caused a mixed reaction from the Indonesian Historian. During this time the public knows that Islam first entered Indonesian territory in Aceh. But long before that the teachings of Islam already existed in Barus. This paper will provide an overview of the traces of the entry of Islamic teachings and evidence of the establishment of the Islamic Archipelago and the development of da'wah in Barus. Islam before being preached to Barus about the fifth century BC in Barus as evidence is the site of Mahligai, Papan Tinggi, Makham Tuan Makhdum whose gravestone reads kaligarafi verses of the Koran. Sheikh Mahmud played a major role in providing Islamic teachings through trade in the city of Barus. At present the lack of preachers makes the glory of Islam in the City of Barus decline, recitation is also rarely done and adolescent association is also mixed. This study further explains the impact of the development of Barus in the present.
Published: 30 December 2019
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 19, pp 199-211; doi:10.29300/syr.v19i2.2553

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This study aims to find the economic development strategies of converts in the city of Padang. The research approach was conducted using a descriptive qualitative method by collecting data through interviews, documentation and focus group discussions. The research explains that the economic problems of converts to cities in the city are caused by the severance of family relations, lack of ability, lack of converts, lack of assistance and lack of community awareness. The strategy in the economic development of converts in the city of Padang is happy with four processes. First, the making of converts as a means of gathering converts and becomes problem solving for all converts in the city of Padang. Second, capacity building is carried out by conducting trainings that provide theability of converts so that converts have the opportunity to make a business. Third, the provision of financial assistance aims to enable the ability of entrepreneurs who have been trained to be implemented in the form of business through financial assistance from both the government and the private sector. Fourth, supervision and assistance to the business carried out by converts in order to survive and be developed so that they can help other converts. To see the effects of the concept of this strategy it is necessary to implement all of these strategies so that they can be assessed and evaluated in an effort to improve the economy of converts.
Rini Fitria, Rafinita Aditia
Published: 30 December 2019
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 19, pp 224-234; doi:10.29300/syr.v19i2.2551

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Communication is a process that is absolutely owned by every human beingboth verbally or non-verbally. One form of communication is called propagandacommunication. Da'wah communication is carried out for the purpose ofinviting humanity to the amar ma'ruf nahi munkar. For the purpose of thedesired da'wah communication to be achieved, a communicator must be able to choose the method to be used. Da'wah bil qalam as a method of da'wahcommunication is able to overcome the weaknesses of da'wah which is only done verbally. This method also provides the opportunity for the mad'u to choose the message of preaching in accordance with their abilities and interests so that the purpose of missionary communication is effective and efficient.
Published: 17 September 2019
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 19, pp 1-29; doi:10.29300/syr.v19i1.2262

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Umar bin Khathab was the chaliph of about 10 years. He was well know as his ekspansion policies. He introduced a goverment administrasion system by dividing its area and building Baitul mal to be an independent institution. Those exspansion policies had reached the goal successfully, so as the income of the a sure of the Baitul mal were overabundance. Then, the chaliph Umar managed it through accumulation and emission by forming Diwan. He had applied the concept of Islamic management long before the weit management exisheted. The concent of Umar’s give preference on manner which related to the value of faith and truth. He also applied the Syura concept on manner and management activity, especially those which related to the determination of decision. Dividing goverment area and Amir and Madinah as the center of polity and Baitu mal the independent institution out of the goverment intervension became chaliph Umar contribution Islamic polity.
Published: 17 June 2019
Jurnal Ilmiah Syi'ar, Volume 19, pp 43-54; doi:10.29300/syr.v19i1.2264

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Nawa Cita requires the village as the core of development. Funds are rolled out for each village to support the development, empowerment, and welfare of some village subjects. The main assumption is that the synergy of infrastructure followed by community empowerment will produce sustainable welfare. This rationality is considered not running together because it provides a large portion of the infrastructure and understates human empowerment. This study tried to discuss village funds by reviewing past development patterns, community development, and correcting infrastructure-based development. The discussion in this paper has been supported by various journals, figures, and news from online media. All materials are read interactively, reduced, then the essence of reading is developed according to inductive reasoning. It was found that from the past, village programs always referred to the provisions of the central government. Even though the problems and needs of each village are very different. Then, the lack of understanding of the village apparatus about the program, it is not uncommon for programs to be rolled out to be replicas from other villages. This paper also discusses community-based development as a solution to village fund problems.
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