Jurnal Adabiya

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ISSN / EISSN : 2549-3124 / 2549-1776
Current Publisher: Universitas Islam Negeri Ar-Raniry (10.22373)
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Muhammad Yunus
Jurnal Adabiya, Volume 22, pp 32-48; doi:10.22373/adabiya.v22i2.8142

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The Prophet's Birthday celebration is a tradition carried out by the Acehnese people in commemoration of the birth of the Great Prophet Muhammad Saw. In Aceh something generally celebrated is usually done with kenduri (food). The results of this study indicate that the Kenduri Maulid (Khanduri Maulod) can be carried out in three months, starting from the month of early Rabiul, Late Rabiul, and Early Jumadil. Selected one of the days between the three months to celebrate the feast of maulid. Each village or village has its own characteristics in the celebration of the feather maulid, both in the form of celebrations or food menus. The hallmark of the maidid feast in Aceh Besar is marked by the existence of the main dish of Kuah Beulangong. According to the Acehnese glorifying the birthday of the Prophet by means of large-scale calms is a must for those who are able, as a form of gratitude for the blessings of faith, Islam and ihsan that have been obtained.
Khairunnisa Etika Sari
Jurnal Adabiya, Volume 22, pp 15-31; doi:10.22373/adabiya.v22i2.8137

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This research discusses the accessibility for people with visual impairments in using libraries during the Covid-19 pandemic. The formulation of the problem in this study is that the reality of the blind with disabilities when they need information in the library will be different to with the times before the pandemic. Researchers try to describe how a library imposes regulations on accessibility for persons with visual disabilities who visit and need access to the library safely and comfortably. This research is a field research with the method used is qualitative research methods. To get information about this research, researchers used the method of involved observation, in-depth interviews, and documentation methods. The results of the study showed that Mardi Waluyo Library when Covid-19, effectively carried out activities to facilitate access for blind people with disabilities, including: transfer of digital collections, online services, intensive collaboration, rearranging rooms, limiting visits and education on prevention and Covid-19 virus transmission.
Jumiati K, Fauzi Ismail, Ikhwan Ikhwan
Jurnal Adabiya, Volume 22, pp 65-80; doi:10.22373/adabiya.v22i2.8145

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Penan Jeb tradition is a unique tradition of Gayo Lues people, this tradition is commonly held along together with others religious ritual such as Eid Al Adha, mauled (birth of the prophet) and aqiqah (ritual of new-born), as a tradition that has been regulated from generation to generation, Penan Jeb has developed new form and pattern along the way, for instance the declining of ritual held in every household and the adding of modern snack to its menu which normally consist of traditional cookies, this study aimed to find an answer to some questions of historical background of Penan Jeb tradition, the processing of ritual Penan Jeb, its development and its significance meanings, this study uses qualitative method of analytical description, the results of study show that the reason behind the declining of Penan Jeb proceeding is due to practical factor, before, Penan Jeb was held in every household, now people prepare the food and cookies and bring it to the pesantren (Islamic boarding school) to be held in one centralized place.
Rory Ramayanti
Jurnal Adabiya, Volume 22, pp 1-14; doi:10.22373/adabiya.v22i2.8136

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This paper is a descriptive analysis which aims to manage the management of electronic news audio media archives at the Indonesian Radio Public Broadcasting Institute (LPP RRI) Telanaipura Jambi Station. Field findings show that archives are stored on CDs, hard drives, and flash drives. Archives are arranged in order of date, month and year. so far there has been no automation in the retrieval process. The obstacles in managing records are human resources and facilities. There are efforts to overcome this problem, among others, by regulating the procurement of employee recruitment and arranging the budget for managing records.
Aiyub Berdan
Jurnal Adabiya, Volume 22, pp 49-64; doi:10.22373/adabiya.v22i2.8143

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وتهدف هذه الدراسة إلى الكشف عن ظاهرة التكرار في القرآن الكريم على مستوى اللفظ. وظهرت هذه الظاهرة في القرآن الكريم على مستوياتها المختلفة التي تبدأ من تكرار الأداة وتمتد إلى تكرار الجملة فما فوقها. ويعد التكرار طريقا من طرق التعبير، وله قيمته الفنية والبلاغية. ونجد أن التكرار ورد في القرآن في صور عديدة سواء على مستوى اللفظ أم على مستوى المعنى حيث جاء فيه على الصورة التي تتساوق فيها الفكرة مع الفن التعبيري على أدق وجه وأكمل صورة.
Rahmad Syah Putra, Reza Hendra Putra, Amirul Haq Rd
Jurnal Adabiya, Volume 22; doi:10.22373/adabiya.v22i2.8146

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Darussalam is one of the names of the Student City Center (Kopelma) in Aceh. The city builder was designed by educational figures at that time as a post-war ideal in order to create a peaceful and peaceful Aceh atmosphere through educational and intellectual development. A. Hasjmy is one of the educational figures who did not have a central role in creating the initial foundation for the conception of Darussalam. This research is a qualitative research, and examines the ideal concept of Kopelma Darussalam as an education center. This research is expected to obtain an overview of how the ideal concept of Darussalam as a center for Islamic education in A. Hasjmy's view, with the data techniques used are interviews and documentation studies. Data analysis using steps of data reduction, data display, and withdrawal. Based on the results of this research, it can be implemented that A. Hasjmy has determined 4 main conceptions of Darussalam's ideal, including 1) Darussalam as a Model Campus; 2) Darussalam as a Symbol of Peace; 3) Darussalam is a Character Building; and 4) Darussalam as a Science Campus. Through the fourth concept, it is hoped that Darussalam will become a center of study and reference and be able to solve all problems in Aceh, as well as a place for developing knowledge to contribute to mankind, and be able to contribute to realizing the development of a dignified Aceh.
Nuraini A Manan
Jurnal Adabiya, Volume 19, pp 125-140; doi:10.22373/adabiya.v19i2.7512

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The discussion of the Fatimid Dynasty was an interesting discussion, because the controversy caused by the dynasty was enough to stir the Islamic world. Some author said this kingdom has a great contribution to introduce Muslims to science, because they build the University of al-Azhar. On the other hand, this kingdom is said to be an intolerant extremist kingdom, suppressing Sunni Muslims or Ahlussunnah wal Jamaah. The history of the kingdom filled with oppression, deceit, and deviation from the teachings of Islam is also another side that needs to be raised and discussed. Before discussing the political power of the Fatimid dynasty, we first discuss the ideology of this kingdom, because this is the underlying political movement. Fatimid dynasty was a Shiite-ideological kingdom, more precisely the Ismailis. Isma’ili Shi’ah is a Shi’ite sect who believes that Ismail bin Ja’far is the seventh priest, as for the majority of Shia (Shi’a Itsna Asyriyah) believes that Musah bin Ja’fa was the seventh imam after Ja’far ash-Sadiq. The differences in this subject matter then evolved into other doctrinal principles that increasingly distinguished Ismaili Shiite teachings from mainstream Shiite, Shiite Asna Asyriyah, so this teaching became a separate sect. Ismailis have beliefs that deviate far from the teachings and creeds of Islam. Like other Shiite sects, Isma’ilis Shiites also believe that priests are awake from sinful deeds, they are perfect figures, and there is no gap at all
Suraiya Suraiya
Jurnal Adabiya, Volume 19, pp 141-154; doi:10.22373/adabiya.v19i2.7513

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Literary work is a process of creativity a person whose presence can not be separated from the reality of community life. Literary works present not only as an entertainment, but also bring enlightenment and soul-building tools. The values contained in a literary work are also related to the values of life and religious society. Thus, literature can contribute in shaping the values and strengthen the noble human character. These values are reflected in Kuntowijoyo’s thinking. This paper examines Kuntowijoyo’s thoughts relating to the idea of prophetic literature and how the form of Profetic literature he developed. The conclusion of this study is that prophetic literature developed by Kuntowijoyo is a literature of divine worth deriving from the values of the scriptures. It is a literature for believers. This prophetic literature is also referred to as literary worship, because it is an expression of appreciation of religious values. These values as a means of worshiping God. This can be seen from his prophetic meaning, namely the desire to imitate the Prophet’s attitude and attitude as a “Prophet”. This prophetic literature also contains human values, liberation and transcendence.
Ruslan Ruslan
Jurnal Adabiya, Volume 19, pp 155-168; doi:10.22373/adabiya.v19i2.7514

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Building the literacy of rural communities is the responsibility of universities as one of Tri Dharma Perguruan Tinggi. This paper examines how to build rural livelihoods based on experience from community engagement programs undertaken by universities in Cot Lamme village, Aceh Besar. From the resultsof this program it can be proved that the Taman Bacaan (TABACA) of the Cot Lamme Village Society has been established permanently and the formation of Taman Bacaan (TABACA) volunteers. who sincerely and voluntarily manage the current reading garden and its sustainability in the future. The result of this program has also compiled the organizational structure of Taman Bacaan (TABACA) whose members are entirely derived from the managing volunteers. Ultimately the program established strong togetherness and commitmentbetween the management volunteers and the leaders of the Cot Lamme village as well as the development of a new reading interest culture in the community, so it is expected to foster the spirit of literacy in reading the community and the role of TABACA can really strengthen the knowledge of civil society and an enlightened generation in the future.
Rahman Wahyudi
Jurnal Adabiya, Volume 19; doi:10.22373/adabiya.v19i2.7511

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The tradition of deer hunting is an activity undertaken to catch deer using dog help, followed by many people and led by the handler. This paper is the result of a study that explores in depth the procession of deer hunting tradition, the meaning contained in deer hunting, and the public’s view of deer hunting activities in Kluet Tengah District. This research is a qualitative research and data collection technique is done through observation and interviews of key infomation which know about deer hunting tradition, such as deer handler, customary figures, adat leaders, community leaders, and experienced people and directly involved in the implementation deer hunting traditions, and literature studies. The results show that the hunting tradition is still frequently performed by the Kluet community, especially in the wake of the commemoration of the big days that will be carried out by the community. Hunting tradition also has taboos that must be obeyed by hunting members to avoid misfortune or misfortune. According to society’s perception, deer animals have guards in the form of spirits who have the power to wound anyone who harassed his home and animals. For this reason, before a hunting activity, the handler must perform several stages and ritual processes to ask not to be disturbed and given his animal. The process of burning keminjon, preparing tools, searching for perjak, seeking bekih, and profit sharing. The results of deer hunting are always shared with all the people present during the division process, although he did not participate in the hunt
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