Not Physical Matters, but Piety

By : Dr. Nur Rofiah, Bil. Uzm. Allah created human beings in diverse conditions, whether in their nature, character, intelligence, skin color, eye color, hair...

Fundamentalism and its Implications for Women

By : Nina Nurmila, PhD Fundamentally, Islam is a Religion of Equality and Justice If we define fundamentalism in reference to the Concise Oxford Dictionary of...

Women’s Leadership in Conflict Areas

By : Nina Nurmila In normal conditions, the validity of women’s leadership has been frequently questioned and even harder when they become leaders in conflict...

Learning from the Quran in Discussing Sexuality

Technology has given various kind of easiness to santri (students of Islamic Boarding School). If in the past, Santri need a lot of times...

Biological, Psychological and Social Maturity : A Quranic Perspective

By : Ustadz Imam Nahe'i, MAg. The Meaning of 'Aqil Baligh What do people imagine when they hear the word 'Aqil baligh / maturity? What are...

The Fiqh of Happines in Marriage

By: KH Husein Muhammad Life is a gift as well as a mandate or trustworthy  from God,  neither a human desire nor creation of human...

Elderly in the Qur’an Perspective (Part 1)

By: Silvia Rahmah, M.Ag* Khaulah bin Tsa’labah, the female Prophet’s companion, pledged a complaint and Allah accommodated her complaint.  She was married to a Prophet’s...

Elderly in the Qur’an Perspective (Part 2)

The Elder in the Qur’an  There are several words indicating the elder in Islam, they are: asy-Syaikhasy, Syuyukh, al-Kibar, al-Ajuz, dan ardzalil-’umur. Firstly, the word...

Islam Rejects Sexual Violence

By: Imam Nakha’i The development of Information Technology (IT) is continued by the more number of dimensions of Violence Against Women (VAW). The online Gender...

The Meaning of Jihad and Qital in the Qur’an (Part I)

By: Imam Nakha’i   The Conscious Rising of Jihad among Women One day, Ummu Salamah, the first woman who migrated to Medina, expressed her concern to the...