Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman

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ISSN : 2087-8125
Current Publisher: Pascasarjana Institut PTIQ Jakarta (10.36671)
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Otong Surasman
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 3, pp 66-82; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v3i1.33

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In this modern era, even though advances in technology are increasingly advanced and communication tools are increasingly sophisticated, there is something missing that is forgotten by most humans. In fact, what is even more sad is the loss of specialties in performing prayer services, which are carried out by Muslims today. As the barometer is so very simple, the majority of Muslims today Al-Qur'an illiteracy reaches 65% more and both Muslims are still under ignorance and poverty, which shows that Muslims are not united in solving the problems of the people. Each of them prioritizes their personal and group interests, compared to resolving common interests. One very important effort to build a people, in order to achieve success in performing prayer services, is able to build the people's economy in eradicating poverty and ignorance, then start building relationships with Allah SWT above Zawiyah. This is a means of control which at the same time begs for guidance to Allah SWT, so that every problem faced by Muslims and the public is given a solution to the solution.
M Akib
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 2, pp 81-110; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v2i1.20

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The science is real communication has a strong scientific foundation, as derived from the Qur'an. Through Qur'an bersosial people are invited to live and communicate. In this case the Qur'an gives positive values yag should be developed and when talking about the concept of science communication in the Qur'an implies how the Qur'an describes the concepts of Islamic communication based content in it , This thesis also explains that the decline in the Qur'an as the word of God to men is according to man's knowledge of the communication. It follows that the Qur'an is indeed very appropriate and certainly fits the human ability. From these results it can be concluded with a dia-gram that explains the mutual communication between modern scien-ce with the explanation of the Qur'an.
أحمد رقــــــــادي
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 2, pp 133-144; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v2i1.23

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I have dwelled mainly legislation of the Arab and western advocating the need for the protection of animals and welfare, the con-servation of functioning’s, rights, even imagined to some engaged in Islamic studies from the non-specialist said these calls the product of the times and human development in general, need to search the examiner in human heritage in general, and the Islamic world in particular, let us look at the development of animal attention both in religions, prohibits the publication of Christianity or, in some positive laws and the Old Town as laws of the ancient Romans, the laws of ancient Persia, and the laws of the Central Aruba, then look at the interest of Islam to animals both in terms of the attention of the Islamic sources, or to the attention of the Koran, and then conclude it compared to some moral values and educational which contribute to the protection of animals
Saihu Saihu
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 3, pp 1-22; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v3i1.30

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This paper aims to determine the effectiveness in the management of Islamic boarding schools using balanced scorecard performance analysis, including using four perspectives, finance, customers, internal business processes and learning and growth in the Islamic boarding school Jam'iyyah Islamiyyah. This research uses a qualitative approach with a descriptive model. Based on research that has been done, it is known that the management of the Islamic boarding school Jam'iyyah Islamiyyah with a balanced scorecard approach is categorized as good. Because the measurement in four perspectives is close to the expected target. After being measured by the balanced scorecard approach and then analyzed with the effectiveness indicators according to Danim, the results obtained by the management of the Jam'iyyah Islamiyyah Islamic boarding school can be said to be effective.
Nur Rofiah, Abdul Muid Nawawi, Ahmad Royhan Firdausy
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 2, pp 239-266; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v2i2.27

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The homosexual controversy not only shook the principles in Islam, but also the principles of religion besides Islam, especially Christians and Jews. Allegedly, the culture that became the background of each religion was similar, giving birth to a similar shock. Therefore, even though orthodoxy, homosexuality is considered complete, the controversy about this is still pulsing. One thinker who is trying to find a new perspective on homosexuality is Musdah Mulia. This study is about to unravel Musdah Mulia’s epistemology in developing his arguments about homosexuality and how Musdah Mulia interpreted the verses of the Al-Quran relating to homosexuality
Abdul Muid Nawawi, Abdul Rouf, Hasanuddin Hasanuddin
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 2, pp 219-238; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v2i2.26

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Ladunni’s science becomes an inseparable part and becomes a necessity. Thus, the Ladunni Science demonstrates the importance of its role in the interpretation of the Qur’an and the importance of understanding this type of scholarship (science of Ladunni) for the exegetes. In textual matters, the Ladunni Science functionally has two main working areas, namely the text area (object or internal) and the review region (subject or external). In the discourse of tafseer, the text is the Qur’an and the reviewer is the mufassir (as well as the reader). This thesis also found three functions, contributing to the text of the Qur’an, namely: a. Reveals the inner things (asrar) of the object; b. Achieves the highest point of human effort in understanding texts and objects, and c. Avoid inaccurate understanding and meaning of a text or object. While the function of the mufassir also there are three, namely: a. As moral control for the perpetrators, b. Showing His greatness and power at the same time reveals the limitations of the subject’s ability, and c. Ma’rifat bi-l was
Saihu Saihu
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 3, pp 268-279; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v3i2.44

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This paper discusses the history of the fall of the Prophet Adam AS to the world which was allegedly a prophetic pioneering of human civilization. The writing focuses on tracing the causes of the decline of the Prophet Adam, whether the decline of the Prophet Adam was caused by a mistake he made, namely eating khuldi fruit, or indeed God's will he was sent down to earth even without making mistakes. Sources of data obtained through observation in several books and verses as well as the interpretation of the Qur'an related to the themes discussed. In analyzing the themes discussed, this paper uses several commentators' thoughts, including al-Tabari (838-923 M), al-Qurtubi (1214-1273 M), and M. Quraish Shihab. The writings show that the story of the Prophet Adam AS is a cycle of life in the history of human civilization until the end of time. Humans must reflect on the life story of Adam, that human glory lies in knowledge and obedience to God's commands. While the fall of man is when he forgets the teachings of God and low morality. As mentioned by Ibn Khaldun, every civilization has the same pattern and cycle, namely; pioneering, building, setbacks, destruction.
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 3, pp 152-168; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v3i2.38

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Modern Arabic has a distinction from classical Arabic in terms of lexical, phonological, morphological and syntactic. According to Abbâs al-Sûsah in Muhbib Abdul Wahab, Contemporary Arabic has the following characteristics: 1) accuracy of the use of Arabic at all levels: sound, morphology, syntax, and semantics; 2) more widely used in written language (al-Lughah al maktûbah) than oral language, 3) fluency and diversity-free 'amiyah, 4) standard language that is officially prepared. Based on observations of writers who try to classify modern Arabic vocabulary, the fields of religion, language and literature are the fields with the least development of modern Arabic vocabulary, when compared to economic, political, legal, psychological, health and other vocabularies. This may be due to the fact that from the fields of religion, language and literature there are not many new vocabulary terms, this may be due to religious, linguistic and literary norms.
Hamdi Abdillah
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 3, pp 219-250; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v3i2.42

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The character of a child is a personality quality that includes morals and morals that can be formed by the nature of birth, family, and the environment in which to grow and become a special characteristic that distinguishes it from others. Someone with character will have more advantages than others. Excellence in good self-character can lead to life achievements. Someone's achievement is an achievement and is a proof of self quality. The quality of one's self will be shaped and built on the basis of the values of the character he does. Self character is the development of character values as a foundation for behavior in society. Diverse character values, if implemented in everyday life will certainly make someone have more value and quality. Parental teacher and parental deterrence will grow the character of the child, meaning that the character of the child will be formed by the example of the teacher and parent who synergize with each other
Aan Rukmana
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 2, pp 111-120; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v2i1.21

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Islam since the beginning of its birth has encouraged science. The command “iqra” is authentic evidence of how Islam loves science. This evidence shows that Islam has a major contribution to the deve-lopment of science, including technology in it. This paper attempts to explain the contribution of Islam to technological development from the classical Islamic period to the current era. ICT is a contemporary problem facing Muslims. There are two choices, whether to reject ICT or accept it. This paper focuses on how Muslims can accept ICT for de-veloping the Islamic scholarship
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