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Author Guidelines

A.   GUIDELINES OF ARTICLES WRITING

  1. The scope of the theme around for Islamic Studies (Islamic studies) and Humanitarian (humanities) .
  2. Articles can be results of research in accordance with the scope of the study or in-depth study that leads to providing solutions to problems that occur in the community
  3. Articles length between 6000 up to 7000 words typed using Times New Roman Font with Font Size 12 and space 1.5.
  4. Articles are structured as follows: a) the title of the article; b) the name of the article writer (without title); c) author agencies; d) email address; e) abstract between 150 sd 200 words with spaces 1 written in two languages namely Indonesian with keywords and English with keywords consisting of three to five words; g) introduction; h) discussion and findings; i) cover and; j) bibliography . Note: A review article may be submitted and will be published if it meets special considerations of the editorial board.
  5. The article title is written in the left flat format, using lowercase except for the beginning of the word using capital letters.
  6. The full name of the author should be listed along with the origin of the University or professional institution, full address and contactable email. Examples of writing the title of the article and author and its identity:

 

Tafsîr and History Verse of Polygamy and Practice of Polygamy Prophet Muhammad SAW

 

Ayang Utriza

Ushuluddin Faculty UIN Syarif Hidayatullah Jakarta

Email: ayangutriza@yahoo.com

 

  1. Writing articles in the form of narrative descriptions with NO using the numbering system.
  2. The first line in the first alenia Chapter / Sub Chapter is written does not jutt into (jutting left), while in the second alenia and so on the first line protrudes into 6 typed entries.
  3. The entire bibliographic quote is written using footnote and bibliography . When a single source is first quoted, complete information about the quotation should be mentioned: the author's name, title, place of publication, publisher, year of publication and page number quoted. A repeating source of data ever mentioned in the previous quotation is written by mentioning the name of the author, three or four initial source title words, and the quoted page number. Ibid is used if the quotation is mentioned sequentially, while op cit and loc. cit. not used.

 

Example:

 

Footnote:

1 Mircea Eliade (ed), The Encyclopedia of Religion, vol.8 (New York: Simon and Schuster, 1995), p.18

2 Norman Daniel, Islam and the West (Oxford: One World Publications, 1991), p. 190

3 Mircea Eliade (ed), The Encyclopedia, p.119-130.

 

Bibliography:

Eliade, Mircea (ed.), The Encyclopedia of Religion , vol.8, New York: Simon and Schuster, 1995.

Daniel, Norman, Islam and the West , Oxford: One World Publications, 1991

 

  1. The Arabic term that is not yet an Indonesian word for absorption should be transliterated by following the "TRANSLITERATION GUIDE" set forth in this writing guide (read more CHAPTER II).
  2. File articles in .doc, .docx or .rtf format uploaded by author via Open Journal System (OJS) Millati: http://e-journal.iainsalatiga.ac.id/millati by registering the account (register) first as author (s) and then log into the account (log in) and follow the steps "VIA OJS ARTICLES DELIVERY GUIDE" next (read more CHAPTER III). (special call for papers sent via specified email address)
  3. If there are obstacles in the submission of articles via OJS, please contact the admin via email with the address: millati.fuadah@gmail.com by including articles in .doc, .docx or rtf format.

 

B.   TRANSLITERATION GUIDELINES

The transfer of Arabic Indonesian alphabet MILLATI Journal is based on the Joint Decree (SKB) of the Minister of Religious Affairs and the Minister of Education and Culture of the Republic of Indonesia, dated 22 January 1988, No. 158/1987 and 0543.b / U / 1987, as contained in the Guide Book of Arabic Translations ( A Guide to Arabic Tranliterastion ), INIS Fellow 1992.

 

  1. Consonants

Arab

Latin

Arab

Latin

ا

A

ط

Th

ب

B

ظ

Zh

ت

T

ع

'

ث

Ts

غ

Gh

ج

J

ف

F

ح

H

ق

Q

خ

Kh

ك

K

د

D

ل

L

ذ

Dz

م

M

ر

R

ن

N

ز

Z

و

W

س

S

ه

H

ش

Sy

ء

'

ص

Sh

ي

Y

ض

Dl

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  1. Vowels, length and diphthongs

Every Arabic writing in Latin vocal fathah is written with "a", kasrah with "i", dlommah with "u", while each length reading is written in the following way:

Vowels (a) long = Â eg قال becomes qâla

Vowel (i) length = Î eg قیل becomes qîla

The vowel (u) length = Û eg دون becomes dûna

Especially for reading ya 'nisbat, then it should not be replaced with "î", but still written with "iy" in order to describe ya' nisbat end. So also for suaradiftong, wawu and ya 'after fathah written with "aw" and "ay". Consider the following example:

Diftong (aw) = و for example قول becomes qawlun.

Diftong (ay) = ی for example خیر becomes khayrun.

 

  1. Ta 'marbûthah ((ة

Ta 'marbûthah is transliterated with " t " if it is in the middle of a sentence, but if the Ta'marbûthah is at the end of a sentence, it is transliterated using "h" eg الرسالة للمدرسة into al-risalat li al-mudarrisah or, in the middle of a sentence consisting of mudlaf and mudlaf ilayh arrangements , it is transliterated by using t which is connected with the next sentence, eg فى رحمة لله becomes firahmatillâh .

  1. Sandang and Lafdh al-Jalâlah

The word "al" (ال) is written with a lowercase letter, except it is located at the beginning of the sentence, while "al" in lafadh jalâlah is in the middle of the sentence propagated ( idhafah ) then it is omitted. Consider the following examples:

a)      Al-Imâm al-Bukhâriy says ...

b)      Al-Bukhâriy in his book muqaddimah explains ...

c)      Masyâ 'Allâh kâna wa mâ lam yasya' lam yakun.

 

 

 

Submission Preparation Checklist

As part of the submission process, authors are required to check off their submission's compliance with all of the following items, and submissions may be returned to authors that do not adhere to these guidelines.

  1. The submission has not been previously published, nor is it before another journal for consideration (or an explanation has been provided in Comments to the Editor).
  2. The submission file is in OpenOffice, Microsoft Word, RTF, or WordPerfect document file format.
  3. Where available, URLs for the references have been provided.
  4. The text is single-spaced; uses a 12-point font; employs italics, rather than underlining (except with URL addresses); and all illustrations, figures, and tables are placed within the text at the appropriate points, rather than at the end.
  5. The text adheres to the stylistic and bibliographic requirements outlined in the Author Guidelines, which is found in About the Journal.
  6. If submitting to a peer-reviewed section of the journal, the instructions in Ensuring a Blind Review have been followed.
 

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