Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies

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ISSN / EISSN: 25490761 / 25489860
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Nurhattati, Retno Kartini, Jerry Hendrayana, Ahmad Jauhari H.Ripki, Rihlah Nur Aulia, Choirul Fuad Yusuf
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 7, pp 93-106; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.007.01.06

This study aims to describe and analyze: (1) preference for reading religious books; (2) religious literacy, factors that influence the preference for reading religious books, and (3) formulate recommendations for the development of religious books in State Public Universities. This research used the survey method and literature review. The population is students of State Public Universities in Java, who are Muslims, including: DKI Jakarta, Banten, West Java, Central Java, Yogyakarta Special Region, and East Java. Each province has two State Public Universities, except for Banten, with a sample of 560 respondents, with a distribution of 53-60 respondents. Data collection techniques using literature review. The results of the study: First, the preference for reading religious books is at a „medium“ level, due to a number of factors including: (1) time-consuming college assignments, (2) low motivation due to perceptions of religious issues as „personal rights“, (3) an Islamic Religious Education environment that is less „motivating“, „reinforcing“, (4) the availability of religious books is not suitable for students' needs, and (5) the academic climate is less conducive which limits freedom, the breadth of reading religious books. Second, religious literacy, the micro dimension, is in a moderate position, namely the preference for reading religious books „sufficiently“has a significant effect on the development of students' abilities. Research contributions: (1) provide a factual map of preference for religious/religious books in the millennial generation at public universities in the 2018-2022 range. (2) drafting policy, providing religious books for public higher education.
Dewi Anggraeni, Fitrotul Muzayyanah, Gumilar Irfanullah
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 7, pp 107-124; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.007.01.07

The current Covid-19 pandemic has a very significant impact on the sustainability of Islamic boarding schools (pesantren). And a Nyai, as the central figure of Pesantren, is required by her distinguished leadership to continue running the education system in Pesantren. This study argues that the leadership pattern of Nyai as a female scholar in the Pesantren tradition is a factor that determines the resilience of her Pesantren during the pandemic. This study uses a phenomenological approach related to the phenomenon of the Covid-19 pandemic and responses arising from Pesantren to it. Data collection was carried out through observation, interviews, and documentation studies. This study shows that Nyai Masriyah Amva as a female scholar of Pesantren presented her Pesantren Kebon Jambu Babakan Al-Islamy as an educational institution that is embedded with values of equality. By her determinism as a female figure, Nyai Masriyah Amva's leadership formed a pattern that is egalitarian, visionary, adaptive, and responsive to such various dynamics, which determines the successful resilience of Pesantren during the Covid-19 pandemic.  
Hamka Hasan
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 7, pp 1-16; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.007.01.01

This study aims to explain the integration of science and Islam contained in the vision and mission of UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, Indonesia, as seen in the theme of my student thesis at the Faculty of Science and Technology. This research is qualitative. The object of study for the Faculty of Science and Technology student thesis is the Informatics Systems Study Program at UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta. Implementation of research in 2000–2020 The instrument used is an observation of the thesis theme, which aims to map the thesis from a scientific integration perspective. Interview techniques and questionnaires for lecturers and students via Google Forms are used to obtain information about obstacles and solutions in student research related to scientific integration. According to the study's findings, there has been scientific integration in final student assignments in the form of a thesis theme that connects science and the study of the Qur'an with all of its obstacles and challenges. With the concept of policy implementation, it was found that the cause of these obstacles was the vision of scientific integration at the university level, which needed to be entirely appropriately coordinated. The implication is the lack of synchronization between university programs and the units below them. The findings of this study will show a new relationship between religion and science that students can implement in their thesis.
Ahmadrezy Meidina, Mega Puspita
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 7, pp 17-32; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.007.01.02

This article discusses child-free practices in Indonesia. Childfree means an agreement made by husband and wife not to have children during the marriage period. Practices in society are still taboo when you hear the term childfree itself. There is also a small portion of society that is no longer a taboo and has even practiced it, especially among the upper elite. This research is interesting to study because childfree itself is contrary to the purpose of marriage, namely having children and reproductive rights in Islam to enjoy biological relations. This article aims to explore the views and responses of several Islamic organizations in Kebumen regarding childfree. This research uses qualitative methods (field research). The main object of this research is child-free practices and the views and responses of Islamic organizations in Kebumen. Data collection techniques were carried out by interviewing several Islamic organizations in Kebumen. Then the data analysis technique is descriptive analysis. The results of the study identified: (1) childfree as a phenomenon of current issues that reap various opinions, some support it and some don’t (2) childfree as a radical feminism. (3) childfree in the opinion of Islamic organizations in Kebumen regency such as (Nahdlatul Ulama, Muhamadiyah, Indonesian Islamic Da'wah Institute, and Hidayatullah) is that childfree has gone against nature, because it has deviated from the Qur’an, Hadis and the purpose of marriage.
Asep Nurjaman
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 7, pp 33-50; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.007.01.03

Since 1998, Indonesia, as the biggest Muslim country in the world, has transformed from an authoritarian to a democratic regime. However, violence and terrorism associated with the Islamic movement, especially the movement of political Islam, are considered to threaten the future of Indonesian democracy. The purpose of the study is to describe the Political Islam Movement and its impact on the post-Suharto democratic system. This study uses qualitative research methods with descriptive analysis research, while the data is obtained through literature review and document analysis. This study found that acts of violence and terrorism were carried out by fundamentalist Muslims who aspired to realize an Islamic state. However, these acts of violence and terrorism triggered the development of moderate Muslims. The consequences of the development of moderate Muslims are the changing of Muslim political behavior, starting from not participating in elections, changing political choices, and up to pragmatic politics. The political violence that has occurred has encouraged the development of Islamic moderation, thus harming Islamic parties because Muslim voters have diverted their political choices to the nationalist-religious parties.
Muhammad Choirin, Fakhrul Adabi Abdul Kadir, Zulkefli Aini
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 7, pp 77-92; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.007.01.05

This article aims to find out the privileges of Abdullah Syafi'ie as a preacher of the 20th century. In addition, this research will explore the contribution of Abdullah Syafi'ie's preaching, especially in the aspect of using radio in preaching. The methodology used in this research is literature and empirical research. The source of the data library is obtained from autobiographies, historical documents and also video cassette archives. While the empirical research data is obtained through observation, historical studies and interviews. The results of the study identified that Abdullah Syafi'ie was a Betawi da'wah figure who had many features. This study also identifies that Abdullah Syafi'ie has great innovation in aspects of da'wah-media ; especially the use of radio in spreading Islamic teachings.
Dodi Suryana, Tito Handoko
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 7, pp 51-76; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.007.01.04

The phenomenon of the commodification of religion in politics does not only occur in Indonesia, but western countries have also already experienced that phase. This can be understood because of the development of western democratic life, which emphasizes individual freedom and limits the role of the state in religious activities. Likewise, with religious life in developing countries (read Indonesia), there is a notion saying that religion has even become a milestone for the establishment of the state. The unity of religious leaders, for example, is a force that can mobilize a spirit of unity and integrity. In the practice of democracy in Indonesia, the support of Indonesian Muslims for democratic values can then be considered concerning the behavior of Islamism (Muslim worship). Thus, this study critically and qualitatively examines how the commodification of Islam in the representation of political development in Indonesia from various related articles. Based on these concerns, a systematic literature review was used as a method of analyzing national and international journal articles from nine managed databases. From the literature review, there were thirty (30) relevant research-based articles in the last 10 years from 2010 to 2020 selected from Google Scholar, Taylor, Francis Outline, Springer Link, Emerald Insight, Science Direct, Sage Journal Online, and Oxford Cambridge. Three stages are carried out: preparation, data screening and validation, and content review. The findings cover: 1) the value of Islam in the representation of political development in Indonesia, 2) the form of commodification of Islam in the representation of political development in Indonesia, 3) the implications of the commodification of Islam in political development in Indonesia.
Ahmad Rivauzi, Siti Fatimah, Rengga Satria, Ahmad Kosasih, Wirdati Wirdati, Murniyetti Murniyetti
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 151-166; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.02.01

Maritime potential and requires commitment, multi-sectoral support that is developed in a planned, integrated and balanced manner. Tourism development must be able to mobilize all sectors of community life and need to be imbued with the basis of Minangkabau religious, social and cultural norms and must be directed to the preservation of religious and cultural values. The integration of tourism development issues in the Mandeh Region with issues of religious life development is intended so that development can develop in a positive and productive direction. Nyalo Mudiak Aia River. This research uses descriptive qualitative method. Data collection techniques were carried out using interviews, observation and documentation methods. Data analysis in this study used the analytical method by Milles and Huberman in Sugiono (2009:16) which included data reduction, data presentation and conclusion drawing. This study reveals that there are potential candidates for cadres to drive the religious life of the Nyalo Mudiak Aia River community with the community's interest in sending their children to religious schools and colleges. The participation of the government and universities is very strategic in realizing the continuity of good religious life, including in the form of providing facilities (enabling) and empowering in the form of mentoring the religious life of the community.
Suci Nurpratiwi, Amaliyah Amaliyah, Nada Arina Romli
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 267-284; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.02.07

This study aims to analyze the development of self-reflection and collaboration skills of students through the implementation of a team-based project model in learning for micro-teaching courses. The research was conducted at the State University of Jakarta, with the research subjects were 41 students. Data collection techniques through observation, documentation, interviews, and self-reflection questionnaires. The results showed that 72.1% of students always evaluate their performance and try to do better in teaching practice based on self-reflection results. The aspect that needs to be improved is speaking skills in front of the class (public speaking). Meanwhile, student collaboration skills have shown to be good, as indicated by the synergy in identifying, researching, analyzing, and formulating answers and solutions to the problems found and stated in the project report.
Yono Yono, Amrin Amrin, Ade Irma Imamah
Hayula: Indonesian Journal of Multidisciplinary Islamic Studies, Volume 6, pp 167-184; https://doi.org/10.21009/hayula.006.02.02

This research aimed to examine the alignment of local wisdom values ​​with Islamic law in the tradition of the Peta kapanca ceremony in the Ambalawi sub-District. This study used a descriptive qualitative type with a phenomenological and sociological approach. The data collection method used observation, interviews, documentation, and a literature study. While the data analysis technique is descriptive and qualitative by reducing data, presenting data, and drawing conclusions. The results showed that the Peta kapanca tradition at the wedding ceremony of the Bima tribal community in the Ambalawi sub-district contained local wisdom values ​​in the form of faith values, brotherhood values, mutual help values, and patient values. The values ​​of local wisdom in the Peta kapanca tradition align with Islamic law, namely, having values ​​that do not conflict with Islamic teachings. This made local wisdom in the Peta kapanca tradition and Islamic teachings valuable as instruments in developing Islamic da'wah teachings. In addition, socio-culturally as a bulwark against the modern era in the form of globalization and liberalization due to the influence of outside culture, which is starting to erode. Keywords: Local culture, Islamic law, Peta kapanca, wedding
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