International Journal of Southeast Asia https://jurnal.literasikitaindonesia.com/index.php/journijsa <p>International Journal of Southeast Asia, accepting any literature study and research-oriented research findings in the Southeast Asia region within the scope of cross-educational, social, cultural, political, legal and religious studies, the aim is to position Indonesia as the home of world scientific publications with the results of scientific publications.</p> Yayasan Literasi Kita Indonesia en-US International Journal of Southeast Asia 2745-5424 Ritual Ibadah Shalat Rebo Wekasan of the MonthShafar According To Islamic Law https://jurnal.literasikitaindonesia.com/index.php/journijsa/article/view/194 <p>Allah has perfected this Islamic religion and all aspects in it such as maghdhah forms of worship, ghoiru maghdah and so on, no need to be added and subtracted like maghdhah worship, namely prayer, fardu prayer and sunnah, there are standard rules of both time and number. rekaat and its terms and guidelines, but in the modern era there is a prayer ritual performed on the last Rabo month of Shafar with certain rules and conditions, until now there is no basis for the argument.</p> <p>In his book Mujarrobat, Shaykh Ad-Dairobi states, "According to some scholars of enlightenment, every year there are 320,000 calamities that are sent down to the world, and all those calamities are revealed on the last Wednesday in the month of Shafar (Wednesday Wakesan). So that day, is a heavy day compared to other days in a month ". So there is a group of people who make a practice in the form of prayer to reject it. However, this prayer is not prescribed.</p> Ahmad Bima Risyta Al Faruq Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Southeast Asia 2021-03-09 2021-03-09 2 1 10.47783/journijsa.v2i1.194 Bayt Al Qur'an Al Akbar Home of the World Qur'an Learning Center;Palembang, a Religious City, Builds Religious Moderation People https://jurnal.literasikitaindonesia.com/index.php/journijsa/article/view/198 <p>Palembang City is one of the big cities in Sumatra, there are also Medan City, Banda Aceh City and Lampung City which are growing rapidly in terms of education, social economy and culture. In this paper, the author wants to convey to readers that in the area of Sumatra Island, there is one area that is the center of learning the Qur'an, namely the city of Palembang. Palembang City is not only famous as a City of History where at that time there was a war with Dutch Colonialism, the AMPERA event or the Mandate for the Suffering of the People and other historical events. The author wants to look at the aspects of learning the Qur'an in Palembang City, one of which is the center of learning is Bayt Al Qur'an Al Akbar which is located in the Musi II Gandus area of Palembang City.</p> Sumarto Sumarto Emmi Kholilah Harahap Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Southeast Asia 2021-03-09 2021-03-09 2 1 10.47783/journijsa.v2i1.198 ISLAMIC YOUTH RELATIONS AND SOCIAL MEDIA IN BUILDING SOCIAL SOLIDARITY https://jurnal.literasikitaindonesia.com/index.php/journijsa/article/view/200 <p>This study describes the construction of social solidarity built by Muslim youth in Indonesia through social media. Researchers in compiling this study used thematic analysis and literature related to the research theme. Islam as a religion has universal value in building social solidarity through the teaching that believers are like one body, which are interrelated. The parable that was conveyed by the Prophet Muhammad SAW which was narrated by Muslims became social capital that Islam could become an agent of unity in the country of Indonesia. Seeing the phenomenon of the flow of information that is so easy on social media, of course, it is hoped that the message of unity will be able to move Islamic youth who arenow dominating cyberspace to build social solidarity towards National Resilience.</p> Tsulis Amiruddin Zahri Putri Handayani Lubis Syaifuddin Ahrom Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Southeast Asia 2021-03-09 2021-03-09 2 1 10.47783/journijsa.v2i1.200 THE EFFECTIVENESS OF MEDIATION IN COMPLETING DIVORCE CASES IN JAMBI PROVINCIAL RELIGIOUS COURT https://jurnal.literasikitaindonesia.com/index.php/journijsa/article/view/196 <p>The accumulation of cases always increases from year to year. For this reason, the Supreme Court issued Supreme Court Regulation (Perma) No.1 of 2016 concerning mediation procedures in court, as an effort to reduce the number of cases that go to court, including divorce. but unfortunately mediation does not show the expected success rate in religious courts. This research reveals the failure and success factors of mediation in the Jambi religious court, the role of the mediator in resolving divorce cases and exploring the effectiveness of mediation in divorce cases. This research is located at the location of divorce cases, namely the Jambi City Religious Court, the Kuala Tungkal Religious Court and the Sarolangun Religious Court. The results of this study prove that; first, the mediation success rate is only 4%. The failure factor for mediation is the lack of judges as mediators, there is no incentive funds for mediators who succeed in reconciling the mediator who does not have sufficient skills in dealing with the parties. Second, the role of the mediator in resolving divorce cases is not only as a facilitator but as a catalyst, educator, supporter and psychiatrist depending on the case at hand.</p> Fitriyah Alkaff A. Husein Ritonga A. A. Miftah Miftah Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Southeast Asia 2021-03-09 2021-03-09 2 1 10.47783/journijsa.v2i1.196 THE CHAIRMAN MANAGEMENTOF PESANTREN ASSOCIATES https://jurnal.literasikitaindonesia.com/index.php/journijsa/article/view/202 <p>This study aims to describe and analyze in depth the management of the boarding school leaders in developing the entrepreneurial spirit of the santri, starting from planning, organizing, implementing, monitoring and evaluating programs. The results of research from three Islamic boarding schools in Jambi Province regarding the management of the boarding school leadership in developing the entrepreneurial spirit of the santri found that it was in accordance with the function in management theory, namely: (1)Planning carried out by the boarding school leadership is the formulation of goals (vision, mission), entrepreneurial advice and infrastructure, planning of Ustad and Santri and curriculum. (2) Organizing: Islamic boarding school leaders share job descriptions for each pesantren program, granting authority, assigning tasks; (3) Implementation: The cultivation of life skills in Islamic boarding schools consists of two forms, namely hard skills and soft skills. Hard skills include teaching and directing entrepreneurship in the field in the form of: Plantation, agriculture, animal husbandry, pesantren cooperatives, catering, fashion, fish farming, carpentry, welding. Meanwhile, the soft skills are: organization of the students, planting foreign languages, independent students, calligraphy, IT, prayer, learning the art of reading the Koran, etc .; (4) Monitoring and Evaluation: Total quality control, visits to business premises, individual learning, evaluating the results of activities, taking clarification and correction steps, assessing and correcting all programs. The conclusion of this research is that the management of the boarding school leadership in developing the entrepreneurial spirit of the santri has been going well, with the various life skills beingtaught to make the students independent.</p> Ali Pirdaus Pirdaus Ahmad Husin Ritonga Ritonga Jalaluddin Jalaluddin Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Southeast Asia 2021-03-09 2021-03-09 2 1 10.47783/journijsa.v2i1.202 REPOSITION OF PESANTRENT KIYAI IN POLITICAL DYNAMICS https://jurnal.literasikitaindonesia.com/index.php/journijsa/article/view/201 <p>This paper aims to reveal and explain the dynamics of Islamic boarding school kiyai in relation to national politics and review the repositioning of the role of the kyai in the dynamics of national politics. Although there have been many analyzes regardingthe role of the kyai, the fact is that the ups and downs of the pesantren's kiyai position are increasingly visible. This can be proven by the practical involvement of the kyai in politics so that it has an impact on the existence of the pesantren education institutions that they manage. The results of the author's analysis illustrate that it is time for the kiyai to return to their central role as the main figure in the management of pesantren, this is important to do so that the existence of pesantren inthe modern era is maintained and focuses on reformulation of the bastion of morals and morals of the ummah which is increasingly worrying. The reformulation that the author offers is through the internalization and adaptation of modern civilization for kyai and focuses on improvements in educational institutions, both in the fields of economy, socio-culture, and technology.</p> Rahiman Dani Qolbi Khoiri Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Southeast Asia 2021-03-09 2021-03-09 2 1 10.47783/journijsa.v2i1.201 The Role of Principal Supervision in Improving Teacher Performance https://jurnal.literasikitaindonesia.com/index.php/journijsa/article/view/199 <p>Principal supervision aims to improve teacher performance. Next is teacher performance, namely strengthening teacher characteristics in an effort to improve the quality of work life, as stated by Sellar and Maura, which states that teacher characteristics have traditionally been assessed as a desired indicator or as teacher quality, the latter is closely related to the impact of values, attitudes and understanding as a professional practitioner educator. For teachers to be effective in the information age, they need to get to know students more about their backgrounds and learning styles. Teachers must be effective and act positively in the classroom to improve educational outcomes. In order to do this they must have the will to enhance cognitive learning inthe process.</p> Ely Surayya Sumirah Sumirah Copyright (c) 2021 International Journal of Southeast Asia 2021-03-09 2021-03-09 2 1 10.47783/journijsa.v2i1.199