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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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
Sirajuddin Zar
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 2, pp 121-132; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v2i1.22

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Islam is not just a legalistic-formalistic side, but it also has an esoteric dimension. Sufism is an important element in Islam which is more focused on the esoteric aspects of Islam. This inward aspect of Islam is more influenced by feelings (zauq) and is personal and in re-vealing its teachings often uses figurative words (matsal) and symbols (ramz). The aim of the Sufi is toget as close as possible to God, so that he can see God with the eyes of the heart, even his spirit can be united with the spirit of God. Islamic mysticism does not deny science, even Islamic mysticism contributes a lot of ideas in the fields of philosophy, literature, music, dance, psychology, and modern science. The problem of alienation is a psychological problem. Humans play a role as the cause of the emergence of alienation and at the same time as a victim who must bear the consequences. In the context of Islamic teachings, to overcome the alienation of the human soul and free from the pain of alienation, it must instead make God the ultimate goal, the Supreme Being and the Absolute. All relative and relative existence is meaning-less before the existence of the absolute.
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 3, pp 96-112; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v3i1.35

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This study discusses the principal's strategy in improving the quality of Islamic Education in MAS Jam’iyyah Islamiyyah Pondok Aren. The world of education, especially Islamic education, is increasingly faced with quite severe challenges. Because Muslims live in a modern era full of challenges and opportunities. Islamic educational institutions especially madrassas still experience obstacles in improving the quality of education. This can be seen from various aspects ranging from curriculum objectives, education personnel, learning methodology, infrastructure, and evaluation, as a whole still contains problems that have yet to be completely resolved. For this reason, improving the quality of Islamic education in madrasas requires strong leadership from the principal. The purpose of this study was to evaluate: 1) the principal's efforts to improve teacher professionalism, 2) the principal's efforts to improve the quality of educational infrastructure, 3) the principal's efforts to improve the quality of the learning process, and 4) the principal's efforts to improve student achievements at MAS Jam'iyyah Islamiyyah Pondok Aren. This research uses a descriptive-qualitative method and approach using three research instruments, namely interviews, observations, and documentation studies. The results showed that: 1) MAS Jam’iyyah Islamiyyah Pondok Aren has experienced good quality improvement. Under the leadership of a reliable school principal, MAS Jam’iyyah Islamiyyah Pondok Aren can now be one of the institutions of Islamic education that is in the vanguard and capable of producing outputs that excel. 2) The principal's efforts in improving the quality of education, namely: a) increasing teacher professionalism by creating rules for teachers, placing teachers according to their abilities, giving confidence and motivation, conducting coaching. b) improve the quality of infrastructure facilities through improving infrastructure, collaborating with other institutions / agencies in the procurement of infrastructure. c) improve the quality of the learning process by developing Islamic education models, improving learning methods, managing curriculum quality. d) improve student achievement by holding activities of strengthening, additional lessons, collaboration with tutoring institutions, guiding teachers to create effective learning, creating a disciplined school culture, providing various extracurricular activities, sending students in various competitions.
Karmawan Karmawan
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 3, pp 251-267; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v3i2.43

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This study aims to analyze the professionalism of judges in religious courts in Banten province. Then this study also examines judges' decisions in accordance with the 1945 constitution based on Pancasila to realize a prosperous, safe, peaceful and orderly life order in the life of the people. In order to realize such a way of life and guarantee equality of citizens' position in the law, efforts are needed to uphold justice, truth, and legal certainty that are able to protect the community. In the context of upholding the law and justice of Islamic civil cases in the Banten provincial court, professionalism of judges is needed as a condition for judges to implement decisions in accordance with the values of truth and responsibility as fair judges. Professional judges can provide guidance for many people depending on the professionalism of the judge. For this reason, Islamic Shari'ah has placed the position of judge as a very noble position, to which he is given the freedom to do jihad in enforcing law and justice.
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 3, pp 83-95; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v3i1.34

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The Qur'an is a holy book that revealed by the Most Holy. In order for the sanctity of the Qur'an to be more meaningful and relevant to (as a guide for human life, as a distinguishing between the true and the false), the Qur'an needs to be reflected in the real world. With the presence of "Social Interpretation" model, this is a step forward that needs to be appreciated, as the courage of the mufassir in annuling the Qur’an is not limited to understanding Qur’an, but rather the mufassir actualizes the Qur’an with problems of social political development. Sometimes writing point of the writer is faced with the tip of the Lord's sword. Therein the test mufassir's guts in pouring his thoughts.
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 3, pp 37-65; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v3i1.32

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This paper aims to answer the question of how to develop human resource management in MI ICP Nurul Ulum LP Ma'arif NU Bojonegoro and MI Muhammadiyah 10 Bojonegoro in dealing with the Asean Economic Community? This type of research is a qualitative research. Data sources in the study were divided into two types, namely: primary in the form of direct interviews with the Head of MINU ICP Bojonegoro and the Principal of MIM 10 Bojonegoro and his staff who carried out the development of educator human resources, with the aim of digging deeper and getting the information needed in a detailed and thorough. While secondary sources are data sources that do not directly provide data to data collectors, for example through documents, photos and other matters relating to data needed by researchers at MINP ICP Bojonegoro and MIM 10 Bojonegoro. This research concludes that efforts to develop education human resources at MINP ICP Bojonegoro and MIM 10 Bojonegoro in facing the MEA era include: following the changing times, being active in training and wordshop, committed to educating the children of the nation, and thinking to advance in the future future.
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 3, pp 131-151; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v3i1.37

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This paper aims to describe the emancipatory methodology of interpretation as a method of interpreting the Qur'an that is responsive to socio-cultural conditions and not trapped in the ideological-dogmatic confines of reasoning. This is because the discourse of interpretation is still enlivened by the interpretation which is still focused on the relation of the text to the interpreter only, so that the socio-cultural locus has not been touched, instead of solving social problems based on text. This type of research is library research with a descriptive analysis approach. Data sources in the study are divided into two types, namely: primary in the form of scholarly work that discusses emancipatory interpretation and secondary in the form of books and scientific works related to the science and interpretation of the Qur'an. This research concludes that the emancipatory interpretation treats the text of the scriptures in a space of critical reflection as well as being applied in the realm of praxis, not only morally but also structurally. Here, the text of the scriptures is used as a tool to sharpen conscience in seeing, perceiving and at the same time solving social problems of humanity. The principle of interpretation of scriptural texts, here linguistically, must be comprehensive and philosophical. And in the context of praxis, the text of the scriptures ethically liberation must be reflected in the lives of humanity.
Ee Junaidi Sastradiharja
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 2, pp 267-292; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v2i2.28

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Quality school is the dream of all parties. High-quality schools are characterized by the management of professional schools, learning activities that run in an innovative, creative and fun way, and can achieve the curriculum targets and optimal absorption, then the learning outcomes show good quality. Quality management of educational resources, especially human resources, curriculum, educational and financial facilities and infrastructure is the most decisive factor in the realization of quality schools. Therefore, managerial capabilities of organizers and school managers largely determine the diversity of school quality. Modern societies term the diversity of school quality as “elite school” which means large, luxurious, and quality or the term “school alit” means small, simple, and lacking in quality. However, what really distinguishes school quality lies in the ability of school administrators and managers to manage or manage the school. Small schools that are professionally managed with quality based, the results will be large and quality schools.
Abdul Muid Nawawi, Mulawarman Hannase, Abdullah Safei
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 2, pp 177-218; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v2i2.24

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Kawruh jiwa Ki Ageng Suryomentaram focuses on human feeling in spiritual matters to live a happy life and not just physical aspects. The spiritual aspect must grow on the sense of self itself, while the physical aspects will arise after the growth of the spiritual aspects that are carried out. The spiritual aspect must be in line and side by side with the physical aspect to produce a complete sense of human self. Ki Ageng Suryomentaram asserted that he invited us as Indonesian people to feel the feelings of life, examine every taste, and achieve the true meaning of happiness. Happiness is not out there, but inside yourself. Happiness is free, does not depend on time, place and circumstances. This study tries to invite all of us to be able to feel the happiness that is in us so that it reaches a complete human being with essential happiness given by the Creator, Allah SWT.
Mumtaz: Jurnal Studi Al-Qur'an dan Keislaman, Volume 2, pp 293-304; doi:10.36671/mumtaz.v2i2.29

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As a means of disseminating information, a new era of media does not always have a positive impact on the purpose of da’wah. The new era’s media actually raises the birth of da’wah that is extreme, radical and far from the meaning of Islam as a religion of peace. Very few da’wah actors and activists have integrated prophetic ethics and values in the new media era. They use many utterances of hatred (hatespeech) and lies (hoaxes) to preach. This phenomenon is very inversely proportional to the teachings of friendly and peaceful Islam as did the Prophet Muhammad. Therefore, grounding prophetic-based tabligh activities is very urgent in the new media era.
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