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  1. The script is typed with 1.5 spacing on HVS 70 grams paper, size A4, font Times New Roman type, 12 characters, margins: top 2 cm, bottom 2 cm, left 2.5 cm and right 2 cm in length of scripts between 17 -25 pages.
  2. The script must follow the rules of writing Scientific Writing (KTI), and particularly for Bahasa Indonesia articles, they must use good and right Bahasa Indonesia based on Ejaan Yang Disempurnakan (EYD) and Kamus Besar Bahasa Indonesia (KBBI).
  3. The script is a form of conceptual, resume of research results, or figures’ thought.
  4. Scripts can be in Bahasa Indonesia, Malay, English, Arabic, or other international languages.
  5. The title is written in capital letters, maximum 3 lines positioned in the center (centered);
  6. The systematics of conceptual or figures’ thought script writing are as follows:

a.   Title;

b.   Author’s name (without academic title), author’s affiliation name and address, and e-mail;

c.   Abstract is written bilingually, namely in Bahasa Indonesia and English, between 80-150 words;

d.   Key words: between 3-7 concepts;

e.   Introduction;

f.    Subtitles based on discussion needs;

g.   Conclusion; and

h.   References (just contain the resources referred to / listed in footnote);

Meanwhile, the systematics for research results script is as follows:

a.   Title;

b.   Author’s name(without academic title), author’s affiliation name and address, and e-mail;

c.   Abstract is written bilingually, namely in Bahasa Indonesia and English, between 80-150 words;

d.   Key words: between 2-7 concepts;

e.   Introduction: consists of background, research problems, and conceptual framework;

f.    Method of Research;

g.   Result and discussion;

h.   Conclusion;

i.   References (just contain the resources referred to / listed in footnote);


7.  Qur'anic verses should be written with its translation along with the names of letters and verse numbers.

8.  Hadits must be written completely: text, translation, and acquisition resource.

9.  Quotation: sentences that are quoted directly must be given double apostrophe mark in the front and in the of quotation. If it is less than five lines, then, the quotation is integrated in the text; and if the quoted is more than five lines, then, it is written separately under the preceding sentence. Each citation must be numbered.

10.  The citations system is footnote (not bodynote or endnotes). Writing footnote uses Turabian system, including

    a.   Book, for example:

 Mukti Ali, Alam Pikiran Islam Modern di India dan Pakistan,(Bandung: Mizan,  1988), 1st Ed., p. 99.

   b.   Translated book,  for example:

 Abdul  Islahi,  Konsep  Ekonomi  Ibnu  Taimiyah,  trans.  Anshari  Thayyib,  (Surabaya:  Bina  Ilmu,1997), p. 55.

  c.   Article as a part of book (anthology), for example:

  Ishtiaq Ahmed, “Konstitusionalisme,  HAM dan Reformasi  Islam”, in Tore    Lindolm and Karl Vogt, (ed.), Dekonstruksi  Syari’ah II, trans. Farid Wajidi,  (Yogyakarta: LKiS,1996), p. 33

  d.   Article in scientific journal, for example:

 Toha  Andiko,  “Pengaturan  Alasan-alasan  Poligami  (Studi  Komparatif    terhadap  Hukum Keluarga di Indonesia, Malaysia, Iran, dan Tunisia)”,Jurnal  Ilmiah Jauhar Vol. 4, No. 2 December 2003, p. 77.

        e. Seminar paper, for example:

        Ibrahim Hosen, “Jenis-Jenis  Hukuman dalam Pidana Islam dan Perbedaan                 Ijtihad Ulama dalam Penerapannya”,  presented in Seminar Sehari Kontribusi               Hukum Islam Terhadap Pembinaan Hukum Nasional, Fakultas Syariah IAIN Syarif         Hidayatullah Jakarta, 17th July 1993, p. 9.

       f. Article from internet, for example:

        Mustafa Abu Sway, Towards an Islamic Jurisprudence of the Environment: Fiqh             al-Bî’ah fi al-Islâm,,               retrieved on 21st Februari, 1998.

     g.   Book in Compact Disc program:

        Syarbini al-Khatib, Hâsyiyah al-Bujairimi `alâ al-Khatib, al-Maktabah  al-                   Syâmilah CD edition, Juz X.

    11. Bibliography is structured like the sequence of writing footnotes, but the author's name are reversed, and do not include page numbers.



a.   Consonants with tasydid are written dounle, for example:  is written rabbanâ.

b.   Long vocal (mad):

Fathah (row over) is writtem â, kasrah (line below) is written î, and dhammah  (front row) is written with û. For example:  is written al-qâri`ah,  is written al-masâkîn,  is written al- muflihûn

c.   Kata sandang alif + lam ():

If it is followed by  qamariyah letters,  it is written al,ex :               is written  al-kâfirûn.  Likewise, when followed by syamsiyah letters, it is written al, ex:         is written al-rijâl.

d.   Ta marbûthah  ():

2.      Posts containing the terms of Islamic or Arabic that have been adapted into Bahasa Indonesia should be guided and follow KBBI as the following example:If it is in the end of sentences, it is written h,  ex :           l                 is written al-baqarah.  If it is in the middle of sentences, it is written t, ex:  ditulis zakât al-mâl





































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