Kategori: Seminar

Discourse War on NKRI versus Khilafah Issues in Indonesian Cyber Media

This paper focuses on NKRI (Negara Kesatuan Republik Indonesia/ The Unitary State of the Republic of Indonesia) versus Khilafah issues in Indonesian cyber media. It was represented by hizbut-tahrir.or. Id (representing HTI and other radical groups), nu.or.id (representing NU and moderate groups), and islamlib.com (representing JIL and other liberal groups). The study aims to examine

Against The State Ideology on Islamic Online Media in Indonesia

This study focuses on the use of the internet of Islamic online media in Indonesia to offer ideology against the state ideology. It was represented by voa-islam.com and panjimas.com, the most intensive sites on offering ideology against the state ideology of the state and also the popular sites with the anti-Pancasila keyword. This study aims

The Khilafah Discourse on Aljazeera and Alarabiya: a Valuable Lesson for Indonesian Online Media

The study conducted on this thesis aims to reveal the online media ideology of Aljazeera and Alarabiya in presenting the news about Khilafah discourse, especially after the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) in 2014. This study uses the theory of critical discourse analysis model Norman Fairclough which suggests that discourse is a social

Medan Makna Kepala Negara dalam Alquran dan Hadis

This article discusses the semantic field and lexeme meaning in sentences of head of state in Arabic, especially, which is found in Alquran and Hadith. The lexemes which examined were ūlī al-amr, amīr al-Mu’minīn, khalīfah, imām, sulthan, and malik. Those data were excluding the inflection of plural form, except ūlī al-amr. On semantic field, there