The Implementation of Islamic Teaching in Multiculturalism Society: A Case Study at Pesantren Schools in Indonesia

  •  Muhammad Amri    
  •  Saidna Zulfiqar A. Bin Tahir    
  •  Salman Ahmad    


The role of culture, ethnicity, race, belief and religious sects cannot be separated from the individual and social interaction and communication that often due to the conflict of thought and interest such in the political, social, and education. Thus, this study aimed at exploring how the implementation of Islamic teaching in a multiculturalism society at three of modern pesantren schools in Makassar, i.e. pesantren IMMIM, Pondok Madinah, and pesantren Darul Arqam Muhammadiyah Gombara. This study applied qualitative approach using a case study design by conducting the in-depth observation and interview to the teachers, stakeholders, and students. The data collecting were analyzed descriptively using three-stage models of Miles and Huberman. The results found that the pesantren educational policy, teaching methods, pesantrenenvironment, stakeholders and teachers’ control, and the evaluation were the dominant factors of the successful of Islamic teaching due to the strict of reward and punishment applied by pesantren to rehearse the students’ awareness earlier to be well-behaved in a multiculturalism society.

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