Islamic Insights Journal <p>Islamic Insights Journal (IIJ) is an online peer-reviewed journal published by Centre of Pesantren Studies and Community Development, Universitas Brawijaya. IIJ welcomes a wide-range of original papers in English or Bahasa Indonesia.</p><p>IIJ is dedicated to the scholarly study of Islam and its society. The journal gives special attention to scripts related with religion, history, politics, economics, sociology, culture, law, literature, philosophy, international relations, and other issues that deal with Islam and its civilization. It particularly welcomes interdisciplinary works on Islam in Indonesia and South East Asia.</p><p>Since December 2021, IIJ has acquired accreditation status and ranked 5 in Sinta.</p> en-US <p><br />This journal provides immediate open access to its content on the principle that making research freely available to the public supports a greater global exchange of knowledge. Benefits of open access for the author, include: Free access for all users worldwide. Authors retain copyright to their work. We hope that this policy will make the study of Islam will flourish and contribute to the better future of our society.</p><p>It is licensed under the <a href="" rel="license">Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial 4.0 International License</a>. </p> (Mohammad Anas) (H. B. Habibi Subandi) Sun, 09 Oct 2022 13:19:59 +0000 OJS 60 Komunitas Virtual Cadar Garis Lucu (CGL) <p>Artikel ini bermaksud untuk melihat secara mendalam bagaimana arah pergerakan komuitas virtual Cadar Garis Lucu (CGL). Dengan menggunakan pendekatan teori gerkan sosial, penulis hendak melihat bagaimana kontestasi identitas salafi yang digaungkan oleh CGL kemudian berubah menjadi sebuah gerakan feminisme. Dari beberapa hasil analisis penulis menyimpulkan bahwa CGL secara tidak langsung mengalami ambiguitas baik di pandangan dari paham kegamaan salafi dan arah pergerakkannya. Dari paham keagamaan salafi sendiri, CGL pun seolah-olah telah menyalahi konsep dasar dari al-wala wal bara’ sedangkan dari sisi arah pergerakan CGL seolah bukan lagi sebuah pergerakan kegamaan salafisme melainkan hanya seklompok perempuan bercadar yang menggencarkan paham feminisme.</p> Dicky Adi Setiawan, Ihda Kurnia Copyright (c) 2022 Dicky Adi Setiawan, Ihda Kurnia Sun, 09 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Stereotipe Teroris dan Terduga Teroris di Lingkungan Masyarakat <p>The incident of terror bombings in May 2018 in Surabaya and Sidoarjo, as well as the arrest of several suspected terrorists in Sidoarjo, Malang and Probolinggo caused many responses among the public as well as political elites and religious leaders. Criticism of this terrorist act came from various society, but there are also those who consider this terrorist act as a manipulation. For this reason, this study focused on the stereotype of terrorist and suspected terrorist provided by the people who live around them. This research was conducted in Surabaya, Sidoarjo, Malang and Probolinggo which were areas where acts of terror and arrests of suspected terrorist have occurred. This research was qualitative research with a case study approach, and used the concept of stereotypes as a tool analysis.&nbsp; The data collection were carried out through observation, documentation and in-depth interview with informants who selected by purposive. The data analysis used pattern analysis. This study asserted that people in housing complexes tend to stereotype terrorist and suspected terrorist as people who behave ‘ordinary’ as people in general, even though they rarely interact and keep their distance from other people. Meanwhile, people living in villages and flats provided stereotype to terrorist and suspected terrorist as closed and strange people, although some of them also take part in activities in the villages or flats. This situation occurs because the characteristics of the housing complexes are more individualistic and social control is lower than the community in the villages or flats whose interaction more intensity with higher social control.</p> <p><em>Keywords</em>: terrorist, suspected terrorist, stereotype.</p> Siti Kholifah Copyright (c) 2022 Siti Kholifah Sun, 09 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Faktor-Faktor yang Mempengaruhi Minat Belajar Siswa Mata Pelajaran Al-Qur’an Hadits <p>This study discusses the results of the factors that influence students' learning interest in the Qur'an Hadits subject. To accomplish this objective, we identified 30 students on X grade and 29 students on XI grade. This study reports on a descriptive analysis method. I use confirmatory factor analysis using computer software tools in the form of visual PLS to analyse the validity. Results indicate that the factors that influence students' learning interest in the Qur'anic subject consisted of three factors, namely self factor with a total average 71.91% in the medium category, the madrasa environment factor obtained total average 83.35% in the high category, and the family and community environment factor are obtained with a total average 67.07% in the medium category. Recommendation to influence students’ interest in Qur'an Hadits subject in senior high school are provided.</p> Nopita Sari Nopi Copyright (c) 2022 Nopita Sari Nopi Thu, 20 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +0000 Interaksi Simbolik Agama dan Budaya dalam Tradisi Merti Desa di Dusun Ngaglik, Desa Seloprojo, Ngablak, Magelang <p>The relationship between religion, culture and society cannot be separated. All three have important positions in human life. As is commonly known, this culture is a work of humans which is then implemented or applied in everyday life. Religion itself is a belief which is then used as a guide for human life. So do not be surprised if in human life can not be separated from the name of culture and religion. For example, the Javanese people. The Javanese people are usually very thick with their beliefs. Even their belief in spirits and sacred objects is still very strong. Although the majority of the community is Muslim, besides that, their traditions and culture related to spirits, sacred objects, sacred places, and offerings are still very difficult to eliminate. Even though we as Muslims know that believing in such things is prohibited or forbidden by religion, it cannot be abandoned on the grounds that it has been passed down from generation to generation. Examples of habits that may still be preserved today are giving offerings to spirits and sacred places. For example, when Merti Hamlet will be held. When viewed from the procedure and purpose of giving offerings, namely by asking for smoothness and blessings, of course it can be said that it is not in accordance with the teachings of Islam. However, from all the Merti Hamlet events, which lasted approximately 5 days, they still carried out Islamic religious procedures. It is proven by the existence of a feast which is then filled with tahlilan, reading prayers together, and at the end of the event also holding the reading of the holy verses of the Qur'an together. So, even though there are some procedures that are not in accordance with the teachings of Islam, from the whole series of events, people still use procedures that are in accordance with the Islamic religion. In other words, people are able to acculturate the traditions of their ancestors who believe in mystical things, but they also do not forget the teachings of Islam in its implementation.</p> Mahatva Yoga Adi Pradana, Faidatun Nisak, Siti Musyafiah, Muhammad Fiqri F Copyright (c) 2022 Mahatva Yoga Adi Pradana, Faidatun Nisak, Siti Musyafiah, Muhammad Fiqri F Tue, 25 Oct 2022 00:00:00 +0000