JURNAL PENELITIAN KEISLAMAN 2024-06-30T14:22:26+00:00 ERWIN PADLI Open Journal Systems <p><strong>Jurnal penelitian Keislaman</strong> (<a href=";1180427554&amp;1&amp;&amp;" target="_blank" rel="noopener">P-ISSN 1829-6491</a>, <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">E-ISSN 2580-9652</a>) is a scientific journal managed by Pusat Penelitian dan Penerbitan Ilmiah (Center for Academic Research and Publication), a special unit under Lembaga Penelitian dan Pengabdian kepada Masyarakat (LP2M) Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Mataram. Jurnal Penelitian Keislaman is designated as the medium for the dissemination of academic articles in the field of Islamic studies, and it publishes two editions in a year: June and December edition. The journal accept any research in the field of Islamic studies either review articles or research articles.</p> <p><span class="" lang="id">J</span><span class="" lang="id">u</span><span class="" lang="id">rnal Penelitian Keislaman indexed by <a title="Sinta" href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong></strong></a> <strong> <a href=";user=CpyMsBYAAAAJ&amp;view_op=list_works&amp;sortby=pubdate" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Google Scholar</a></strong>, <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong>Garuda</strong></a></span>, <strong><a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Moraref</a></strong>,<a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener"><strong> Road </strong></a>and other indexing institutions</p> <p><img src="" alt="Creative Commons License" /> <em> Jurnal Penelitian Keislaman </em>is licensed under a <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">Creative Commons Attribution-ShareAlike 4.0 International License.</a></p> The Relevance of Ibn Khaldun’s Educational Thought to the Implementation of Kurikulum Merdeka 2024-06-08T06:11:28+00:00 Lely Nurarifah <p>Kurikulum Merdeka emphasizes student-centered learning and grants teachers autonomy in selecting appropriate instructional methods. This study investigates the relevance of Ibn Khaldun’s educational methodology to the implementation of Kurikulum Merdeka. Utilizing a literature review approach, this research identifies several educational methods proposed by Ibn Khaldun, including memorization, discussion, rihlah (study-tour), gradual learning, repetition, and practical application. The findings indicate that these methods maintain significant relevance when applied to various components of the Kurikulum Merdeka in Indonesia. This research contributes to the ongoing dialogue between historical pedagogical approaches and contemporary curricular frameworks, offering insights into the enduring applicability of classical educational thought in modern educational contexts.</p> 2024-06-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Lely Nurarifah Islamophobia Values in The French Magazine Charlie Hebdo's Cartoons 2024-06-08T06:13:11+00:00 Aldrian Aldrian Septi Lestari M. Anwar Mas'adi <p>This study analyzes two cartoons from Charlie Hebdo, employing six elements of Roman Jakobson's semiotics. It's a descriptive qualitative study using cartoon. The results of the study show that: 1) the cartoon edition 1011 consists of one addresser, Jean Cabut; two addressees, Prophet Muhammad SAW and Islam; one contact, Charlie Hebdo magazine; two contexts, social and religious-social; three codes with their respective messages, it can be concluded with the caricaturist's satire towards the whipping law found in Islamic Sharia; 2) the cartoon with the subtitle "L'amour, plus fort que la haine" consists of one addresser, Renald Luzier; one addressee, Muslim extremist groups; one contact, Charlie Hebdo magazine as one of the mass media in France; two contexts, social and religious-social; two codes with their respective messages, which can be concluded with the peace signal that the cartoonist wants to convey after the burning incident of the Charlie Hebdo magazine office.</p> 2024-06-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Aldrian Aldrian, Septi Lestari, M. Anwar Mas'adi Entrepreneurship-Based Model of Pesantren Economic Empowerment at Pesantren NW Al-Rahman, West Lombok 2024-06-10T08:39:55+00:00 Apipuddin Apip Siti Zaenab Muslihun Muhammad Yusup <p>This research centers on the asset management model for developing superior commodities within the plantation sector, specifically implemented by Pesantren NW Al-Rahman. The study employs a descriptive qualitative approach and a case study strategy to explore economic empowerment programs and activities at Pesantren NW Al-Rahman NW in West Lombok. Data collection methods include observation, interviews, and documentation. Subsequently, data analysis adheres to the Miles and Huberman model. The findings reveal that pesantren embrace entrepreneurship-based empowerment in the plantation sector by harnessing the potential of local commodities such as durian, palm sugar, kolang kaling, and oyster mushrooms. Pesantren NW Al-Rahman assumes three pivotal roles within this model: owner, distributor, and marketer. The implications extend beyond the school itself, impacting operational costs, enhancing soft skills for students, and increasing personal income for neighboring communities.</p> 2024-06-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Apipuddin Apip; Siti Zaenab, Muslihun, Muhammad Yusup The Negative Impact of Modern Western Science from The Perspective of Islamic Theology 2024-06-08T06:13:39+00:00 Resmi Mugiarti Rodesma Hutabarat Rizki Amrillah <p><em>This research examines the effects of modern Western science on faith and human responsibility as Earth's stewards (caliphs) from an Islamic theological perspective. It highlights the adverse impacts of modern science, including a weakening of faith, environmental degradation, resource exploitation, and diminishing human responsibility. Using a qualitative descriptive method with a literature-based approach, the study gathers data from books, journals, and scientific articles. The analysis identifies secularism, materialism, and anthropocentrism as underlying factors contributing to these issues. To mitigate the negative consequences, the study proposes several solutions: developing an Islamic science paradigm that integrates knowledge and religion, strengthening Islamic education to promote moral and spiritual values, and raising public awareness about the risks of unchecked modern science. By establishing a balanced, ethical approach to science and fostering a sense of responsibility as Earth's caliphs, we can ensure that scientific progress aligns with Islamic values and promotes the greater good.</em></p> 2024-06-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Resmi Mugiarti, Rodesma, Rizki The Dialectic of Muslim Clothing 2024-06-08T06:10:46+00:00 Aprilia Putri Hapsari <p>In today’s era, diverse clothing trends disseminate widely via social media, establishing new fashion norms. One prominent trend is jilboobs, which has sparked concern among researchers due to its divergence from Islamic dress codes for women. This raises questions about the relevance of Quranic verses and hadith on attire in the age of globalization. Researcher investigates whether the jilboobs trend, contrary to legal dress norms, correlates with heightened incidents of sexual harassment. Employing phenomenological research with qualitative methods including surveys and interviews, this study finds: (1) Islamic dress laws based on Quranic principles and hadith are timeless and universally applicable, serving to safeguard Muslim women from harassment. (2) The jilboobs trend significantly increases the risk of sexual harassment against Muslim women.</p> 2024-06-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Aprilia Putri Hapsari Upin and Ipin 2024-06-08T09:12:31+00:00 Erwin Padli Hafizah Hajimia Muhammad Taisir <p>The study aims to explore and elucidate two key areas namely the Islamic educational values portrayed in the Upin &amp; Ipin and the series’ contribution to educational discourse. The study employed a literature review methodology and collected data through the documentation of existing sources. Content analysis techniques were utilized to analyze the gathered data. The findings indicate that Upin &amp; Upin exemplifies Islamic educational values such as <em>i’tiqodiyah</em> (faith), evident in themes of gratitude and sincerity; <em>khuluqiyah</em> (good manners), portrayed through honesty, empathy, trust, and mutual assistance; and <em>amaliyah</em>, exemplified through acts of almsgiving and prayer. Furthermore, the series effectively disseminates Islamic educational content and encourages adherence to these values among its audience, thereby underscoring the series’ relevance in educational contexts. The significance of this study is that it provides a Islamic Educational Values in Contemporary Cartoons Media Discourse.</p> 2024-06-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Erwin Padli, Hafizah Hajimia; Muhammad Taisir Islamic Rationalism 2024-06-08T06:08:08+00:00 Hakma Hamzah Achmad Khudori Soleh Azmi Putri Ayu Wardani <p>Long before Greek philosophy influenced Islamic thought, Islam already had a tradition of rational thinking. This study traces the role of language in the development of Islamic rationalism and addresses 19th-century Orientalists' claims that Islamic philosophy is merely an imitation of Greek philosophy. Using a qualitative library research approach, the study finds:(1) The rationalism in Islam is a genuine product of Islamic intellectual effort, rooted in the Qur'an and Hadith. The interpretation of these sources gave rise to the Islamic rational system, particularly through the study of language (nahw-sarf), proving that Islamic rationalism is an intrinsic part of its tradition.(2) The claim that Islamic rationalism is adopted from Greek thought is countered by evidence that rational thinking was practiced in Islam long before Greek philosophy's influence. Muslim philosophers further developed Greek ideas, creating a unique form of rationality known as hikmah, demonstrating that Islamic philosophy is an original intellectual tradition.</p> 2024-06-30T00:00:00+00:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Hakma Hamzah