Jurnal Dialog http://jurnaldialog.abuporsolutions.com/index.php/dialog <p>Diterbitkan oleh<br> <strong>BADAN LITBANG DAN DIKLAT KEMENTERIAN AGAMA RI.</strong><br> ALAMAT REDAKSI DAN&nbsp; TATA USAHA:<br> Sekretariat Badan Litbang dan Diklat Kementerian Agama RI<br> Jl. M.H. Thamrin No. 6, Jakarta Pusat – Telp./Fax. (021) 3920688 – 3920662<br> <em>e-mail </em>:<a href="mailto:sisinfobalitbangdiklat@kemenag.go.id">sisinfobalitbangdiklat@kemenag.go.id</a></p> <p><strong>Jurnal Dialog diterbitkan 1 Tahun 2 kali Yaitu ..............</strong></p> Sekretariat Badan Litbang dan Diklat Kementerian Agama RI en-US Jurnal Dialog 0126-396X THE CASE OF INDONESIAN HAJJ PILGRIMS DEPARTING FROM THE PHILIPPINES http://jurnaldialog.abuporsolutions.com/index.php/dialog/article/view/184 <p>This paper explores the challenges and issues of Hajj handling through the Philippines, the treatment to Indonesian 177 detained pilgrims and the government efforts to resolve the issues. The limited Indonesian hajj quota has caused long waiting lists for enthusiastic pilgrims to perform the fifth pillar of Islam. In some regions, such as South Sulawesi, this waiting list can take up to 40 years. The high enthusiasm of South Sulawesi people has been sought as an opportunity by travel agents to embark the pilgrims through the neighboring country whose quota has not yet fulfilled, e.g. the Philippines. As many as 177 Indonesian pilgrims during the hajj season 1438H/2016 have been processed through the Philippines agency by forging documents. This action resulted in the cancellation of hajj departure and the detention of the pilgrims by the Philippines authority. These pilgrims are detained in the Special Intensive Care Area (SICA) with minimum facilities. Through diplomatic discussion among the Indonesian Embassy in Manila, Ministry of Foreign Affairs, Ministry of Religious Affairs and Indonesian Police Agency, these 177 pilgrims have been released and sent home.</p> <p>KEY WORDS<strong>: Hajj Through the </strong>Phillipines<strong>, Waiting List, Illegal Documents</strong></p> Zaenal Abidin ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2017-12-31 2017-12-31 40 2 127 136 THE GRAND MOSQUE OF PARIS: A MOSQUE AT THE HEART OF WORLD FASHION http://jurnaldialog.abuporsolutions.com/index.php/dialog/article/view/185 <p align="justify">This article describes the ritual, administrative, social, economic, cultural, and political functions and activities of the Grand Mosque of Paris. The primary and secondary data were obtained through a short visit to Paris. Focus group discussion was conducted with the mosque management, imam, jama’ah, and the visitors. The FGD is then triangulated with the data from observation inside and around the mosque. Some literatures and documents related to the mosque were also collected as the secondary data. Data were articulated and analyzed by using descriptive qualitative method. The study found that the functions and roles of mosque in Paris are well articulated both from the point of view of its internal aspect and external supports. France as a country supports the existence of this mosque as a gratitude for the service of Muslim soldiers who fought for France liberty in the past. Over time, the mosque evolved and its roles and functions went through some diversification as a response to the contemporary Islamic community needs.</p> <p>KEY WORDS<strong>: The Grand Mosque of Paris, Islam, Contemporary Muslims, Diplomacy</strong></p> Muhmmad Rais ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2017-12-31 2017-12-31 40 2 137 150 WAQF SOIL CERTIFICATION MAPPING IN KAMPAR REGENCY, RIAU PROVINCE IN 2017 http://jurnaldialog.abuporsolutions.com/index.php/dialog/article/view/186 <p align="justify">The results showed that, one, the main problem of uncertified wakaf land in Kampar regency is due to technical matters of administration at the time of wakaf registration. Two, among three issues on wakaf processing, the aspect of legal culture is the most common problem. Three, the issue of wakaf management in Kampar regency, Riau Province has not received sufficient attention from local government, religious figures, mass organizations and society in general. Additionally, the Indonesian Wakaf Board (BWI) in Kampar Regency itself has not yet been established to date. Four, the issues found in the office of religious affairs are: (a) the lack of operational funds in the management of wakaf certificates, (b) the lack competence of the administration which still depends on the cross-sectoral institutions, (c) technical weakness of internet network and the weakness of SIWAK system. Five, wakaf land with no AIW while the wakif and witnesses have died in some parts of Kampar Regency have been handled by the head of village.</p> <p>KEY WORDS: Wakaf Land, AIW, Wakaf Management</p> M. Taufik Hidayatulloh Selamet Selamet ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2017-12-31 2017-12-31 40 2 151 172 MANAGEMENT POLICY OF PAI LECTURER: http://jurnaldialog.abuporsolutions.com/index.php/dialog/article/view/188 <p align="justify">This article presents the results of research in 2015 regarding the policy implementation for Islamic education teachers in higher education. This research took the case of Gajah Mada University (UGM) Yogyakarta. Data and information were obtained through qualitative research, through interviews with lecturers of Islamic Religious Education (PAI), experts and related officials and analysis of PAI lecturer management policy at UGM. The findings of this research point out some issues of PAI lecturers management, for example: the big task load for the lecturers, lack number of lecturers, lack of creativity and innovation, and lack of incentives. From these findings, it is suggested that some aspects need to be taken into accounts: the rationale of the lecturer’s duties need to be revisited, the recruitment for new lecturers, the development of lecturers’ career and competence, to improvement the creativity and innovation for lecturers through the training program, and the increase of lecturers’ incentives through budgeting.</p> <p><strong>&nbsp;</strong>KEY WORDS<strong>: Policy, PAI lecturers, University of Gajah Mada</strong></p> Achmad Dudin ##submission.copyrightStatement## 2017-12-31 2017-12-31 40 2 173 186