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This article argues that in Pakistan, intra-Islamic differences and the contested field of Islamic identity politics affected and moulded the country's integrated and overlapping religious identities into distinct and disparate categories at the micro level. The article discusses the process of formation of the jamaat of the Sufi-inspired silsila,...
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strong>Abstract: This study discusses the foundation of Sufi tenet developed by Shaykh Amran Waly and the communities’ response to the integration of the tenet – the Study Council of Sufism Tawhîd (MPTT) and r atéb siribèe (one-thousand dzikr )–within the northern and eastern Aceh, Indonesia. Qualitative approach was implemented as the observation,...
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Muslims tending to Sufism expressed relief that the revivification of religious thought “saved” the Muslim ummah from the fate of the West: worldliness and the bane of empiricism. This feeling of assurance, however, was based upon the alleged “tension” between reason and revelation. According to Sufi “reasoning,” reason is ill-equipped to grasp ult...
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This study focuses on the issue of Nusantara Sufism discourse in Mecca at the beginning of the 20th century. The main object is the response of Mukhtār 'Aṭārid al-Bughīrī (1862-1930), a Sundanese cleric who taught in Mecca, to the concept of the dignity of the seven. He put it in two Sundanese books printed in Egypt, Kifāyah al-Mubtadi'īn and Hidāy...
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I have been penning Poems, Short Stories, Articles on Sufism and books on Sufism from decades as I hail from Sufi back ground and all my forebears were Sufi Syeds and direct descendents of our most Holy Prophet peace be upon him. In our lineage is Hazrath Shaikh Abdul Qader Jilani (d1166) of Baghdad and we belong to Qadria Silsila but having taken...
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Education is important in today's era, including in the era of globalization which is growing rapidly. Education can shape a person into a quality person. One of the places to shape humans to have high quality and be able to develop the potential that exists in a person is education. In developing the character of students in schools, teachers have...
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Book Description The poetry of Salim Barakat aims to recapture the ancient oral culture of the “Kurdu,” and, in so doing, re-invent a distinctly Kurdish culture. Through poetic innovation, this intensely Kurdish poet brings modernity to ancient Kurdish structures. This book provides an overview of new developments in modern Arabic poetry, as seen...
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Research on the effects of religious hosts’ interpretations, faith expressions, and interactions with tourists of different religious beliefs at Islamic religious sites has been surprisingly scarce. This is particularly the case in the Sufism tradition, which is considered a moderate and mystical variety of Islam. This qualitative study examines Su...
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This short entry proposes to depict the meaning of happiness in Islam. In terms of methodology, it uses a holistic approach to the Islamic tradition. It basically refers to the main sources of this ▶ religion, the Holly Qur’an and the Hadith (the Prophet’s sayings), then writings of some famous scholars (e.g., Esposito 1998 for a general historical...
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Post modernism is neither system nor theory but it is an era, based on new scientific inventions and globalization. Post modernism comes from its rejection of Modern scientific mentality of objectivity and progress associated with enlightenment. One of the main characteristics of postmodern thinking is that the world is seen as much more complex an...
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This paper examines the economics of female piety between the third/ninth and sixth/twelfth centuries. It traces Sufi approaches to poverty and working for a living (kasb) as well as kasb’s intersection with marriage and women. Rereading Sufi and non-Sufi biographies and historiographies reveals that there were wealthy women who initiated marriage...
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The sparkling "progress" of modernism looks very majestic and luminous. Modernization is the process of changing traditional society into a modern society, marked by changes in economic, social, and political systems. The changes that brought progress were reversed with the condition of modern human spirituality which experienced drought and declin...
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The peak of Imam Junaid's Sufism is monotheism. One of the efforts to achieve this is the attitude of wara' by always emphasizing on self-awareness so as not to neglect the purpose of the search. This study uses a qualitative approach with data sources obtained from books, books and journals that examine wara', especially the views of Imam Junaid a...
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This paper explores the possible connections between the Persian Goddess Aredvi Sura Anahita and Sufi cosmology. How can we trace images, symbols and functions of the goddess in the symbolic journey to Mount Qaf in Sufism? The research question was posed by the author after a collision of mystical experiences and dreams with the figure of Anahita w...
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The present volume focuses on the twin and mutually complementary themes of Love and Luminosity- the core of Islamic mysticism too. Naturally, notes of tolerance and Suleh-e-kul (equal respect and peace for all creeds) predominate for example, the poem ’Free From All’ opens on this note: He has kept his doors open All the time, everywhere In many f...
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В статье речь идет о проникновении исламского вероучения посредством суфизма в киргизскую кочевую среду. Описываются общие черты в мировоззрении последователей тенгрианства и взглядах суфийской философии, которые во многом явились основным фактором, способствовавшим укоренению мусульманской идеологии в языческой среде номадов. В работе подчеркивает...
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You can easily find Sufism in S.L Peeran's verses. He has carved out a style for himself. His expressions are very simple but powerful. The usage of syntax and rhyme scheme in his poems created an impact in the minds of the readers. Naturally, he gives more importance to the content than the structural form while expressing his thoughts. His poetr...
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This chapter aims at pointing out the consistency of Islam as a source for empowerment strategies of the Black population in the United States and the religion’s effective reinterpretation as a sort of contemporary gnostic self-realization in Hip Hop culture. Moreover, the link between hybrid identity constructions of Hip Hop artists that borrow fr...
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Al-Khairaat is an Islamic Boarding School founded by a charismatic cleric of Hadramaut descent, Sayyid Idrus bin Sālim Al-Jufrie in Palu, Central Sulawesi. Since its establishment in 1930, more than 500 branches of Al-Khairaat schools have spread in the central, northern, southeast, and western parts of Sulawesi Island to Gorontalo area. The develo...
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Sufism is an esoteric school of Islam that developed in the early era of Islamic history, even during the lifetime of Prophet Muhammad, with the objective of spiritual instruction and self-purification. This study examined the impact of Sufism in our society in present days qualitative study design was used and Grounded Theory (GT) was used for cod...
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Abstrakt Ibn 'Arabi, jeden z najwybitniejszych mistyków muzułmańskich okresu średniowiecza, zaliczany jest do przedstawicieli tzw. sufizmu fi-lozoficznego. W swoich dociekaniach nie skupiał się tylko na samym doświadczeniu mistycznym, ale na jego bazie stworzył bogaty system filozoficzny, w którym chciał zawrzeć całościowy opis rzeczywistości-mater...
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This paper analyzes the theory that ʿAbd al-Karīm Surūsh proposes through an article series called The Prophet Muhammad: The Messenger of Prophetic Dreams, in light of previous approaches about revelation (waḥy) with regard to dreams and imagination. For this purpose, the first chapter of this paper centers on the distinction between the word “drea...
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Sufism is not just a doctrine but its concern is with experiential reality, and it determines the practitioner's reality, and it determines the practitioner's mental attitude. Therefore, it has been defined differently according to the exponent's individual temparament. According to Swiss scholar F.Schnon, "Sufism is the kernel of Islam, and for it...
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This article is an inquiry into the nature of the female mystic and the divine feminine in Sufi experience. It considers this experience in the general sense with regard to the Sufi tradition, but in its analysis, the article primarily draws on examples from the classical period of Sufi history. Based on an analysis of the thought of key Sufi figur...
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I chose to study S. L. Peeran's poetry for the new experience he offers through a variety of verse he has composed during the last ten years. He offers an instance to Sufism, which strengthen the genre of Indian English Poetry. This dissertation seeks to study S. L. Peeran's poetry based on textual analysis with particular attention to Sufism and S...
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Sufism is mystical and spiritual side of Islam. It focuses on the twin and mutually complementary themes of love and luminosity the core of Islamic mysticism. Naturally, notes of tolerance and Suleh e kul (equal respect and peace for all creeds predom inate). The great Andalusian Sufi, Ibn Al Arabi (d.1240) penned in one of his poem My heart is cap...
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Due to limited professional mental health facilities in Indonesia, traditional and faith-based mental health care is essential to provide an alternative treatment. This study explored the therapeutic aspects of treatment at Pesantren Tetirah Dhikr (PTD), an Islamic-Sufi-based rehabilitation center for people with mental illness and drug addiction i...
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Hilmî Kıbrısî Efendi is a prominent 19th Century Divan poet of Cyprus. Born in 1783, he received an excellent education. Hilmî Kıbrısî Efendi, who was an honorable scholar proficient in both Arabic and Persian languages, served his people as a mufti, müderris, sheik Seba and a minister of the library. Upon joining Turks to the Muslim faith, mystici...
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La Psychanalyse à l’Entrecroisement des Disciplines Psychoanalysis at the Intersection of Disciplines 1ère colloque inaugural de la MADP 1st Inaugural Conference of the Moroccan Association of Dynamic Psychiatry (MADP) Centre « ERHSO » Oujda, Maroc Sous la patronage de son excellence M. le Wali d'Oujda - Angad Le samedi 02 octobre 2021 Table...
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To understand Sufism, William C. Chittick in his book entitled “Sufism: A Short Introduction” (2007) writes that the traditional reality of the exotic, frantic wild ritual activities that “Sufi Dancing” represents is to search the true vision which is ecstatically God’s disclosure of Himself and His Manifestations that can only be realized by the k...
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ABSTRAK: Kertas kerja ini mengkaji mengenai biodata dan sumbangan dakwah Juanda Jaya, seorang tokoh ulama kelahiran Sarawak yang berwibawa. Dr Juanda Jaya telah banyak berjasa dalam bidang agama tetapi sumbangan beliau belum dikaji secara ilmiah. Adapun maklumat mengenai sumbangan beliau dalam bidang penulisan hanyalah dari tahun 1999 hingga tahun...
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strong>Abstract: Majelis Pengkajian Tauhid Tasawuf (MPTT)-The Council for the Study of Taw h îd and Tashawwuf - is a religious institution which in principally related the aspects of taw h îd and tashawwuf initiated by sûfî Shaykh Haji Amran Wali al-Khalidy. The primary aim of this institution is to preach the teachings of monotheism and Sufism in...
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Mirza Mahdi Isfahani was a scholar of Shia Islam who established his school of theology in the Mashhad seminary in the northeast of Iran in the early 20th century. There are two apparent characteristics in his school of thought: A. He is opposed to the study of philosophy and Sufism as two [human] knowledge/practice that are not rooted in the Islam...
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This research focuses on how the community in Karangwuni Village Karangmojo Tasikmadu, Karanganyar Regency expresses religious movements as an effort to build a moderate society. Majelis Dzikir and Shalawat Birrul Walidain in the village are very strategic public spaces to instill an inclusive Islamic character. Village communities are synonymous w...
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Abstract The Muhammadic love, in the poems of the Algerian popular sufi poet "Ahmed ben El-horma El-beryani", was clearly embodied, by sending his poems in his infinite praise for the good of God's creation, which shows us his rich knowledge of the prophetic biography, and his milking in the "Alqadria way" in Sufism, and his pride in life by recogn...
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The purpose of this research is to explain about Sufism formulated by Sheikh Hamzah Fanshuri. He is quite famous in the 16th century AD Although the concept of Sufism Hamzah Fansuri already very old, but until now, this teaching is still studied in Aceh and in several other regions in Indonesia. Among the concepts of Hamzah Fansuri's Sufism that ar...
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This article is a feminist ethnographic exploration of how ‘indigenous’ notions of a ‘sacred feminine’ shape Sufi praxis on the island of Lombok in the eastern part of Indonesia in Southeast Asia. I demonstrate through long-term immersive anthropological fieldwork how in her indigenous form as Dewi Anjani ‘Spirit Queen of Jinn’ and as ‘Holy Saint o...
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This article is devoted to the comparative structural analysis of the works of Abu Bakr Kalabadi “At-Ta’arruf” and “Bahrul-favaid”. The impact of the structural analysis of the works on the science of Hadith has been studied with the coverage of these works on the basis of sources that their period and subsequent period became a program-practice fo...
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A journey of a Sufi is a saga and a tale of a practicing Sufi, who has lived in the world like any one but differently, practicing the ancient Sufi wisdom. He hails from a Sufi background, whose fore bearers hail from the Holy Prophet’s family. The book has three sections. The first section is a biography of a Sufi facing the life’s turmoil’s from...
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Sufism, the spiritual facet of Islam, emerged in the very early days of Islam as a self-awareness practice and to keep distance from kingship. However, this institution prospered in the times of Muslim rulers and Kings and provided a concrete foundation to seekers for spiritual knowledge and intellectual debate. Sufism in South Punjab also has an i...
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Although S. L. Peeran bloomed belatedly in the field of Indian English Poetry ,yet he has given away a gradual & prolific growth. 1 .His appearance with 13 poetry Collections is of no meager importance. Ensconced in a high comfortable & commendable bureaucratic discipline with illustrious family lineage going back to the column of the Maharaja of M...
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In all humility and in a mood of sincere appreciation, its gives me much happiness to pen this article on the prolific and consistent poetic efforts of S.L. Peeran. At the outset it is necessary to mention that to intuit into the real purpose of this voluminous work of verse running to eleven volumes, should be the main purpose of the reader. The r...
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Humanism is the secular version of Sufism, and the two are inseparably intertwined. Sufism gives hope and its poetry gives a healing touch and reminder to man of his duty towards himself, life, world, faith and God. The Sufi poetry is the poetry of man and of all-embracing shades of life. It covers love, peace, tears, time, dreams, aspirations, hop...
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S.L. Peeran is a late but prolific bloomer. During the last eight years, he has produced ten fairly noteworthy collections of English poems. He is a bilingual poet, writing in Urdu as well for a longer time. In fact, one of his scholar-friends persuaded him to write in English too. In addition, he has written a couple of scholarly books on Sufism a...
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Modern life is based on a totally materialistic outlook and people of most of the countries are ruled by rule of law, which is generally utilitarian in nature. These are mostly a set of laws enacted by people themselves through their elected representatives in the light of the principles laid down in the constitution of the respective countries. Th...
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S.L. Peeran is a bilingual poet from Bangalore writing in Urdu and English and a Judicial member of Customs, Excise and Service Tax Appellate Tribunal, Bangalore. Peeran started his career as a poet in Urdu and on the advice of a learned friend he started writing in English. Though he is fairly a late bloomer in the field of writing English poetry,...
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The contemporary world of Indo-English Literature is agog with several scribes and bards looking for a foothold. Many of them are promising indeed, and to tell the truth, one of them is S.L. Peeran who is Judicial member of Customs Excise and Gold (Control) Appellate Tribunal, Bangalore. As an Indo-English Poet, S.L. Peeran made a mark with his mai...
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Sufism is mystical and spiritual side of Islam. It focuses on the twin and mutually complimentary themes of love and luminosity-the core of Islamic mysticism. Naturally, notes of tolerance and ‘Suleh-e-kul’ (equal respect and peace for all creeds predominate.) Islam means peace and total surrender to the allenveloping Eternal Being Allah. The belie...
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This article examines Seyyed Hossein Nasr's teaching on Sufism and its relevance to modern society. The fact is that the paradigm and lifestyle of modern humans are materialism-oriented. Therefore, they experience a spiritual emptiness that causes anxiety. This study applies the literature approach by collecting various related sources. This study...
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Perceived stress among university students is a prevalent health issue directly correlated with poor academic performance, poor sleep quality, hopelessness, compromised physical and mental health, high risk of substance abuse, and suicidal ideation. Tamarkoz, a Sufi meditation, may reduce the impact of stressors to prevent illness among students. T...
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Reiki Sufism is a spiritual practice and healing of physical and psychological ailments through Sufism values using the Reiki method. Sufism is a scientific field in Islam that concentrates on the inner realm (esoteric). Meanwhile, reiki is a healing technique from Japan that utilizes the energy of the universe or is called Divine energy. Seeing th...
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The proliferation of Islamophobia worldwide, including Indonesia, can cause the erosion of the friendly image of Islam in the world. It needs an effort to ward off Islamophobia viruses in creating the peace and integrity of a nation. This article aims to present a variety of educational efforts to ward off Islamophobia viruses to strengthen the nat...
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The full name of Ash'k Rampuri is Nawabzada wajid Ali khan Ash'k Rampuri.Ash'k was born in Ram-Pur.Ram-Pur was a small state but its literary level was a very high. Even, it should be called as school of manners of Urdu-literature. Ash'k read Urdu and Persian, and due to this he was inclined towards Sufism. He had great love for Sufism and Qadari c...
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Al-takhalli and at-tahalli are among the most important practices in Sufism to develop Muslim spiritual and attitude. Al-takhalli means to fight or remove from the character and spiritual the abominable things, while al-tahalli means to adorn the Muslim character and spiritual with good things. Studies show that al-takhalli and at-tahalli practices...
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Basically, Sufism is the spiritual "path" of the Sufis to achieve eternal happiness. Sufism's orientation is a noble love for Allah SWT. Throughout the history of Sufism, love (isyq) for the Sufis became an ideology as well as a method of spiritual purification. Love restores the essence of human life to the Qur'an and Allah alone so that it has an...
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The statistics of drug abuse in the country is always at worrying levels. Various methods have been employed by the government and other parties in preventing and treating this problem. Among of the treatment for drug addiction is through the approach of sufism by implementing the practice in al-Ṭarīqah al-Ṣūfiyyah through the emphasis on the needs...
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This study aims to find sufi values in the poems of Ahmad Kamal Abdullah (Kemala), a modern Malaysian poet. In this study, the writer uses sufi literary theory to analyse poems by Kemala. The poems are taken from three collections of Kemala's poems, namely Ziarah Tanah Kudup (2006), Syurga ke Sembilan (2009), and Dhikr Serenades; Titir Zikir (2010)...
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Sufism is another name for mysticism in Islam. the western orientalists it is known as Sufism, which is a special term for Islamic mysticism. Then the word Sufism does not exist in the mysticism of other religions. Sufism or mysticism in Islam is inherent in life and develops from zuhudan life, in the f amali Sufism, then philosophical Sufism. Sufi...
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This study examines the peripheral area of Sufistic reasoning, where modern humans lose their orientation and cause a psychological crisis—through a fundamental philosophical assessment of the weltanschauung as the axis of Sufism spirituality in Islam, focusing on the contemporary perspective of modern society and the construct of Scientia sacra as...
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p> The discourse of Sufism in contemporary period has been widely practiced. Even so, Sufism which is understood by Muslims there is disorientation in understanding it, especially as a result of the influence of Ibn Taimiyah and Ibn Khaldun. With a theological-rationalist approach, both have criticized and reconstructed Sufism teachings at a level...
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p>This article aims to analyze the development of Islamic religious movements in the Malay traditional land of Kerinci Jambi, particularly related to the tendency of religious formalism in Islamic communities. The pattern of education, local customs and traditions, as well as religious ideology contributed to the emergence of a Muslim community tha...
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In the context of research into the relationship between secularism and multiculturalism in contemporary India, this paper points to their specific interrelatedness and the distinctive Indian approach to secularism through the idea of a principled distance as a way to adjust to religious pluralism that has a close affinity with multiculturalism. Co...
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Sufism is an esoteric (inner) aspect in Islam that teaches self-purification (taskiyatun nafs) in an effort to get closer to God which has an impact on the behavior of one's life. Human behavior at this time, the world hit by the Covid-19 outbreak still has not shown the right behavior, as there are still many people who violate the rules of the go...
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The COVID-19 pandemic has implications for changing the attitudes and behavior of the world community, including in the field of education. The Indonesian government, in this case, has decided to study from home (BDR) for schools to universities in addition to the work from home (WFH) policy. BDR challenges have both advantages and disadvantages. A...
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Bringing together various scholars from different backgrounds and embodying a truly interdisciplinary approach make Sufism: A Theoretical Intervention in Global International Relations a valuable and timely contribution to the increasing interest in non-Western traditions of thought. It will be of interest to IR theorists as well as scholars in oth...
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This article aims to determine the construction of the thoughts of preachers and preachers about the urgency of preventing corruption through religious forums at the Greater Malang Government mosque. In addition, this study also aims to identify and analyze the role of spiritual forums in the Greater Malang Government mosque in preventing corruptio...
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Keynote Speaker: The Sufism Thoughts of Imam al-Shafi’i- A Critical Analysis from the Diwan al-Shafi'i المتحدثة الرئيسية: أفكار التصوف للإمام الشافعي- التحليل والنقد من ديوان الشافعي
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Although Niyâzî-i Mısrî is thought to be Egyptian due to the Egyptian relative in his name, he is actually a Turkish mystic and poet who was born in Malatya and received his first education here. Niyâzî, who started to be interested in Sufism at a young age, did not neglect his teaching at the same time while he was teaching madrasah sciences in al...
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This article is an exploration of the continuing role that classical Sufism still works in modern times. It also argues that how the Sufi spiritual practices of classical saints still resonate in the modern world and introduce a competing discourse to materiality.
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Among the stories that make up two-thirds of the Quran, the story of the ul al-azm prophets have an important place. Sufis also benefited from the exemplary and advice-filled content of the stories of the Quran. In this article, the stories of the prophet Noah in the Qur’an will be examined in the context of the ishari tafseer. In terms of their in...
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The purpose of this study is to present an analysis of the teachings and ideals of the life and thought of Imam Rabbani Ahmad Sirhindi’s followers inspires the Muslims of the present world to pursue the path of truth, welfare, and justice. We tried to collect data from secondary sources and found that various superstitions entered Sufism when many...
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Abangan is one of the socio-religious groups regarded as a marginal community among the trichotomy of santri and priayi. It has been known that abangan were not religious Muslim, and they are poor farmers as well as workers, backward and less educated people. Meanwhile, santri are more religious and priayi among Javanese society are middle-class pe...
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This study discusses the Sammāniyya Sufi Order’s creativity in designing art and employing it as a means of da‘wah which emphasizes cultural values and wisdom in a pluralistic society. The informants of this study are the murshid (the Sufi master), caliph, and the adherents of the Sammāniyya Order. The data has been collected from observation, in-d...
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Nawawi al-Bantani as an archipelago scholar through the Tanqih al-Qaul has contributed to the study of hadith in the mid-nineteenth century AD. The intellectual tradition developed by Nawawi al-Bantani became the scientific traditions that developed in Haramayn (Mecca and Medina), and the traditions Islam in the archipelago, especially in Islamic b...
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If the universe is defined as a manifestation (Tajallī) of the Divine in the Alevi and Bektashi and other Sufi thoughts, what are their responses to modern dominant world view and science that is fundamentally secular and leaves no space for Sacred? With the dominance of such a secular world view, can one conclude that the Sufi claim of the Divine’...
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Suluk Gatholoco is a Javanese text classified as the type of suluk which contains the concepts of Islamic mystical teaching or sufism. The text of the Suluk Gatholoco is presented in a very controversial debate between Koran teachers, they are Kasan Mustahal, Kasan Besari, Ki Dul Jalal and Gatholoco. The debate also took place between Gatholoco and...
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The common religious belief in Bangladesh is; different religious communities live together in peace, continuing from time immemorial. Having a majority Muslim population of more than 90 per cent, Bangladesh also has 9.5 per cent Hindu, 0.6 per cent Buddhist, and 0.3 per cent Christian populations and a few Ahmadi Muslims and Shi’ite. In every reli...
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The immensity of the corpus and diversity of genres of Classical New Persian in Judeo-Persian garb is remarkable, comprising a wide-ranging multitude of genres from translations of the Tanakh and rabbinic works to chronicles, lexicographies, religious poetry, translations of medieval Hebrew poems, and a large corpus of non-Jewish Classical Persian...
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This article examines how Tarekat Qadiriyah wa Naqshabandiyah (TQN) utilizes online media to strengthen its existence. As an integral part of the Islamic revival in Indonesia, Sufi orders (tarekat) are facing remarkable challenges and opportunities in maintaining their existence in the digital era. Nevertheless, previous studies observed Sufi order...
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In the contemporary world, we cannot underestimate the importance of spirituality in the field of Psychology. Spirituality contributes in psychotherapeutic practice and healing process. Sufism is a subjective science of spirituality that is based on the reparation of the soul and the heart and connects the Sufi to the absolute reality, i.e., God Al...
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This research aims to determine the ihwal of correspondence between humans and cosmos according to the Sufism cosmological’s thingking of Ibn ‘Arabi and al-Ishaqi, which of course these two ideas will be compared. This ihwal correspondence caused a polemic because it was closely related to divine thing. In the Sufism cosmology, humans and the cosmo...
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Cutting-edge research in the study of Islamic scholarship and its impact on the religious, political, economic and cultural history of Africa; bridges the "europhone"/"non-europhone" knowledge divides to significantly advance decolonial thinking
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Religion and the print media are two powerful motivators and sources of meaning, information and culture, and their relationship has been there seen since 19th century with the advent of industrial revolution. This research aims to analyze the portrayal of Sufism in the print media by investigating features of Sufi news stories of Urdu newspapers....
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This study aimed to analyse the contribution of the Sufi order in stemming religion-based violence as a form of the Sufis’ response to rampant violence, extremism and religious radicalism. This study used a qualitative method in which the data were obtained through interviews, observation and documentation. Then they were analysed by using an inter...
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Light is a discursive tool that Sufis have drawn upon over the centuries in order to elucidate systems of thought and practice. In medieval Islamic thought, light was closely associated with the soul as well as conceptions of sight and the eye. It also occupied an important place in cosmology. By the twelfth- and thirteenth-centuries, Sufis began t...
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This article analyzes the perfect human concession, which has a special place in the teaching of Abulhasan Hujviri Sufi-philosophical, which has a special place in the philosophy of Eastern sufism in the 11 th century. Also, the way of educating a perfect person, the ideas of a perfect person about the qualities of a perfect person, are based on th...
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Sufi prose, with its remarkable uniqueness, continues to tempt researchers to visit its worlds and its metaphors, it is a different art that is alienated from the familiar and the prevailing, and penetrates into the mazeof astonishment and bewilderment, and takes the way of combining taste knowledge and indicative language and thus presents a new v...
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