Jurnal Asy-Syukriyyah 2024-03-14T14:42:26+08:00 Mohamad Maulidin Alif Utama [email protected] Open Journal Systems <p style="text-align: justify;">Since 2003, <strong><span class="tlid-translation translation"><span class="" title="">Jurnal</span></span> Asy-Syukriyyah (<a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">P-ISSN 1693-136X</a> | <a href="" target="_blank" rel="noopener">E-ISSN 2715-6753</a>) </strong>is a Peer Reviewed, Open Access International Journal. Notably, it is a Referred, Highly Indexed, Monthly, Online International Journal with High Impact. Ju<span class="tlid-translation translation"><span class="" title="">rnal</span></span> Asy-Syukriyyah is published as a Journal with 2 issues per year. We also assist International and National Conference to publish their conference papers. <span class="tlid-translation translation"><span class="" title="">Jurnal</span></span> Asy-Syukriyyah covers all disciplines including Islamic Studies. <span class="tlid-translation translation"><span class="" title="">Jurnal</span></span> Asy-Syukriyyah always strives to be a platform for Academicians, new Researchers, Authors, Engineers and Technocrats and Engineering Scholars. Since inception, <span class="tlid-translation translation"><span class="" title="">Jurnal</span></span> Asy-Syukriyyah is continuously publishing original and best quality research articles.</p> ARABIC LANGUAGE LEARNING AT INSTITUTIONS FOR NON-ISLAMIC EDUCATION STUDY PROGRAMS 2023-12-03T05:45:55+08:00 Mustolikh Khabibul Umam [email protected] Daluti Delimanugari [email protected] Ana Dwi Wahyuni [email protected] Ike Hilatun Nisa [email protected] <p style="font-weight: 400;"><em>The development of Arabic language skills mostly targets Muslim communities. However, there are specific obstacles to the acquisition of these language skills in higher education institutions, which largely arise from the need to accommodate students of various religious affiliations in their studies. The aim of this research is to reveal the benefits, weaknesses, prospective benefits, and potential drawbacks of incorporating Arabic into the curriculum of higher education institutions. This research uses qualitative methods and combines data from students, lecturers and policy documents related to curriculum development. Before reaching a conclusion, the data obtained is categorized, displayed and examined. Findings show that these institutions have valuable assets such as skilled Arabic lecturers and dedicated language and study facilities. However, the shortcomings of this institution stem from the lack of linguistic skills of teachers in several disciplines, namely the sharia economics study program and Islamic family law.</em></p> 2024-01-24T00:00:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Mustolikh Khabibul Umam, Daluti Delimanugari, Ana Dwi Wahyuni, Ike Hilatun Nisa SWOT ANALYSIS IN PRODUCTIVE MANAGEMENT OF CASH WAQF FUNDING AT MICRO WAQF BANK OF ALMUNA BERKAH MANDIRI KRAPYAK YOGYAKARTA 2024-01-05T15:43:38+08:00 Muhammad Nur Kholis [email protected] Dwi Harmoyo [email protected] <p><em>The role of institutions in managing cash waqf provided security guarantees and wider investment of funds. Here, the question arises of how to manage cash waqf funding at Bank Wakaf Mikro (BWM) using the SWOT approach. This research aimed to determine the strength factors, weakness factors, opportunity factors, and threat factors in the implementation of cash waqf fund management by BWM Almuna Berkah Mandiri Krapyak. This research was a type of field research using qualitative descriptive methods. Data collection techniques were observation, interviews, and documentation. Meanwhile, the data analysis technique was obtained from various sources through triangulation and carried out continuously until saturation. The results of this research could conclude that the strength factors in managing cash waqf funding at BWM Almuna Berkah Mandiri were good human resources and infrastructure. Meanwhile, the weak factor was that social media management was not running well, so promoting customer products was less than optimal. The opportunity factor was the ease of technology, where customers would find it easy to get information from the Micro Waqf Bank. Finally, the threat factor in managing cash waqf funding was the existence of customers who were in trouble, where customers needed to make installment payments at the agreed time.</em></p> 2024-03-18T00:00:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Dwi Harmoyo, Muhammad Nur Kholis THE CONCEPT OF LONG-LIFE EDUCATION IN THE STORY OF MUSA (STUDY OF TAFSIR TARBAWI ON SURAH AL-KAHFI 60-82) 2024-03-14T14:42:26+08:00 Muchamad Mufid [email protected] Muchammad Iqbal Chailani [email protected] <p><em>This research focused on the concept of long-life education in the story of Musa and Khidir surah al-Kahf: 60-82. It is a new effort to explore the values of Islamic education in this story, where previous studies still focused on character education. This research was library research with a descriptive analysis method by looking for sources from tafsir books, journals, and prior research on the story of Musa in Surah al-Kahfi: 60-82. The research results were as follows: First, tawadhu was the main principle in the concept of long-life education because each person had a specialty in mastering knowledge. Second, everyone had to motivate themselves to continuously learn, like Musa, who was enthusiastic about meeting Khidir to gain an understanding he did not yet know. Third, in seeking knowledge, a person had to always adhere to ethics towards his teacher, even at a higher level, such as Musa's ethics towards Khidr. Besides that, someone who seeked knowledge should not easily give up on the learning process even if they experience difficulties.</em></p> 2024-03-18T00:00:00+08:00 Copyright (c) 2024 Muchammad Iqbal Chailani, Muchamad Mufid