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Author Guidelines

  1. The writing is the original work of the author and has not been published or is in the process of publication on other media;
  2. The text is conceptual, resume of research result, or character's thinking;
  3. Manuscripts may be Indonesian, Malay, English, Arabic or other international languages;
  4. Manuscripts should contain scholarship in the field of sharia;
  5. The rules of writing are as follows:
  6. Title: written with capital letter, maximum 3 rows positioned in the middle ( centred );
  7. Author's name: written intact, without title, accompanied by institutional affiliation with full address and e-mail address;
  8. Abstract: written in Indonesian for foreign and English language texts for Indonesian text, between 100-500 words;
  9. Systematics of writing: the systematic writing of conceptual script or character thinking as follows:
    1. Title;
    2. Author's name (without an academic degree), author's affiliate name and address, and e-mail;
    3. Abstracts are written in two languages, namely English and English, between 100-500 words;
    4. Keywords: between 2-5 concepts;
    5. Preliminary;
    6. Subheads (as needed for discussion);
    7. Cover; and
    8. Reference library (contains only referenced sources;

For the manuscript of the research results as follows:

1) Title;

2) Author's name (without an academic degree), author's affiliate name and address, and e-mail;

3) Abstract: written in Indonesian for foreign and English manuscripts for Indonesian language texts, between 100-500 words;

4) Keywords: between 2-5 concepts;

5) Introduction: contains background, bit of literature review, and research objectives;

6) Methodology;

7) Results and discussion;

8) Closing;

9) Reference libraries (only for referenced sources).

 

 

  1. Paper size: paper used is 70 gram HVS paper, A4 size, margin size: top 2.5 cm, bottom 2.5 cm, left 3.5 cm, and right 2,5 cm;
  2. Script length between 10 to 15 pages, space 1;
  3. Sentence quote: sentence quotes are quoted directly when more than four lines down and integrated in text, with a double apostrophe at the beginning and at the end of the quotation. Each quote is numbered; the quoting system is footnote (not bodynote or endnote ). Writing footnote using turabian system. Any articles, books, and other sources cited should be listed in the reference library;
  4. Quotation of Qur'anic verses and Hadith: The quoted verse includes the description of the verse in parentheses, with the names of suras, sura numbers, and verse numbers, such as (Qs al-Baqarah [2]: 183). The quotation of Hadith mentions the name of the narrator (Hr al-Bukhâri and Muslim) plus the reference to the printed version of the Hadith book quoted. Hadith must be quoted from the books of the standard Hadith ( pole al-tis'ah ).
  5. Ways of making footnotes: footnotes written in font Times New Roman, 10, for a variety of sources, including:
    1. Books: full names of authors (no titles), book titles (publishers: publishers, year of publication), pages. Example: Hasani Ahmad Said, Diskursus Munasabah Alquran (Jakarta: Puspita Press, 2011), h. 19;
    2. Book of translation, example: Howard M. Federspiel, Studies of the Koran in Indonesia From Mahmud Yunus To Quraish Shihab, translated by Tajul Arifin (Bandung: Mizan, 1996), p. 82;
    3. Journal: example: Hasani Ahmad Said, "Methodology of Contemporary Qur'anic Interpretation: Review of the Thought of Nasr Hamid Abu Zayd and Muhammad Arkoun," in Suhuf Journal of the Study of the Qur'an and Culture, Vol. 4, No. 1, 2011;
    4. Articles as part of the book (anthology), eg Abdullahi Ahmad An-Naim, "Sharia and Human Rights Issues" in Charles Kurzman (ed.), Liberal Islam Discourse: Contemporary Islamic Thinking on Global Issues (Jakarta: Paramadina, 2003), h. 21;
    5. Articles from the internet, for example: Hasani Ahmad Said, "Hijrah Against Corruptors" in http://hasanibanten.blogspot.com downloaded on 21 February 2011;
    6. Papers in the seminar, eg: Hasani Ahmad Said, "The History of the Qur'an", Paper presented in Introduction to the Study of Tafsir and Ulumul Quran, organized by the Study of Nun Center and al-Wasatiyah Egypt, Secretariat of IKPM, Cab. Cairo, Cairo-Egypt, May 07, 2011;
    7. Articles from the magazine, example: Haidar Bagir, "The Rise of the Creative Muslim Industry", in Gatra, No. 40-43 Years XVII, August 25-September 7, 2011.
      1. Reference library: reference library list written in alphabetical order, first author's first name.

Example:

  1. Book:

Said, Hasani Ahmad, Diskursus Munasabah Alquran , Jakarta: Puspita Press, 2011

  1. Translation book:

Federspiel, Howard M., Studies of the Koran in Indonesia From Mahmud Yunus to Quraish Shihab, translated by Tajul Arifin, Bandung: Mizan, 1996

  1. Journal:

Khairuddin, "Method of Discovery of Islamic Law" in al-Is Journal of Legal Studies, Vol. 8, No. 1 (June 2009);

  1. Articles as part of the book

An-Naim, Abdullahi Ahmad, "Sharia and Human Rights Issues" in Charles Kurzman (ed.), Liberal Islam Discourse: Contemporary Islamic Thinking on Global Issues, Jakarta: Paramadina, 2003;

  1. Articles quoted from the internet

Said, Hasani Ahmad, "Hijrah Against Corruptors" in http://hasanibanten.blogspot.com downloaded on 21 February 2011;

  1. Paper in the seminar

Said, Hasani Ahmad, "The History of the Qur'an: from Process Down, Codification to Its Spreading," Paper presented in the Qur'an Seminar, Training Cadre (TRIK), organized by the Qari-Qariah Student Association (HIQMA) UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta, 09 October 2011;

  1. Magazine

Bagir, Haidar, "The Rise of the Creative Muslim Industry", in Gatra, no. 40-43 Years XVII, August 25-September 7, 2011.

 

  1. Guidelines for transliteration: the terms of transliteration (from Arabic to Latin) are as follows:

 

Consonant

Arab

Latin

Arab

Latin

ء

Not symbolized

ض

dh

ب

B

ط

th

ت

T

ظ

zh

ث

Ts

ع

'

ج

J

غ

gh

ح

H

ف

f

خ

Kh

ق

q

د

D

ك

k

ذ

Dz

ل

l

ر

R

م

m

ز

Z

ن

n

س

S

و

w

ش

Sy

ه

h

ص

Sh

ي

y

 

Vo kal Short

Long Vocals

Diphthong

Mixing

Arab

Latin

Arab

Latin

Arab

Latin

Arab

Latin

__ __

a

أ

â €?

أو

aw

ال

al

__ __

i

ي

î

اي

w

الش

al-sy

___

u

و

û

أو

aw

وال

wa al-

 

  1. Islamic term (syariah): written by referring to the dictionary of Great Indonesian. Here are some examples:

NO

Transliteration of Origin

In KBBI

1

Al-Qur'an

Al-Qur'an

2

Al- H adîts

Hadith

3

Sunnah

Sunnah

4

Fiqh

Jurisprudence

5

Salat

Salat

6

Thalaq

Divorce

7

Nash

Nas

8

Thalaq

Divorce

And others (see KBBI)

 

  1. Closing: the article concludes with a conclusion;
  2. Brief biography: The author's biography contains name elements (complete with academic degree), place of assignment, formal education history (S1, S2, S3) in the field of academic expertise;
  3. The manuscript has been submitted to the executing editor, no later than two months before the issuance time by enclosing soft copy and hard copy;
  4. The editor shall have the right to edit the manuscript without altering the substance and meaning of the text;
  5. The content of the script is beyond the editor's responsibility.

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
 

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