IJAS: Indonesian Journal of Arabic Studies

INDONESIAN JOURNAL OF ARABIC STUDIES

Original title

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Indonesian Journal of Arabic Studies

 

English title

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Indonesian Journal of Arabic Studies

Short title

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IJAS

Abbreviation

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ina. j. ara. std.

Frequency

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2 issues per year (May & November)

Number of articles per issue

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7 research articles and reviews per issue

DOI

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10.24235/ijas

EISSN

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2686-1542

EIC

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Erfan Gazali

Publisher

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The Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Faculty of Ushuluddin, Adab and Dakwa, IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon, West Java, Indonesia

Citation Analysis

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Sinta, Google Scholar, Dimensions, Garuda, Moraref

Language

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Bahasa, Arabic, English

Discipline

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Arabic language, literature, teaching and learning Arabic as foreign language through the publication of research articles, and others

 

Indonesian Journal of Arabic Studies is an open access peer-reviewed journal that publishes scientific papers about all aspects of Arabic studies. Indonesian Journal of Arabic Studies providing a platform for the researchers, academicians, professional, practitioners and students to impart and share knowledge in the form of high quality empirical and theoretical research papers, case studies, literature reviews and book reviews. IJAS welcomes and acknowledges high quality theoretical and empirical original research papers, case studies, review papers, literature reviews, book reviews, conceptual framework, analytical and simulation models, technical note from researchers, academicians, professional, practitioners and students from all over the world.

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Vol 3, No 1 (2021)

This issue has been available online since 8th May 2021 for the regular issue of May 2021. All articles in this issue (7 original research articles) were authored/co-authored by 12 authors from 4 contries (Indonesia, Saudi Arabia, Sri Lanka, and Malaysia)

Table of Contents

Articles

The Contributions of Ibn Jinni in the Science of Arabic Prosody and Rhyme PDF
Mohamed Aziz Abdelmaksoud Sayed Ahmed, Ragab Ibrahim Ahmed Awad, Elsayed Mohamed Salem Alawadi 1-18
Translating proverbs between Malay and Arabic from a linguistic perspective to semantic change (Strategy and Pillars) PDF
Mohd Azizul Rahman Bin Zabidin, Ummu Hani Binti Abbas 19-36
Problems of Teaching Arabic to Non-Native Speakers in Religious Schools in Sri Lanka PDF
Mohamed Nafeel Mohamed Zawahir 37-54
Jihadist expression in the scripts of the film "The Lion of the Desert" PDF
Zaenal Masduqi, Sangidu Sangidu 55-68
Difficulties faced by second language learners of Arabic when translating Tamil sentences into Arabic PDF
Mohammed Sainulabdeen Zunoomy, Mohammed Cassim Sithy Shathifa 69-96
Word Production (Al-Tawlīd Al-Luġawy) in Arabic: Causes and Types PDF
Uki Sukiman 97-112
The Linguistic Structure of Persuasive Discourse on Social Media (A Study in Persuasive Language Tools) PDF
Ridwan Adewale Tidjani 113-139