IJAS: Indonesian Journal of Arabic Studies


Original title


Indonesian Journal of Arabic Studies


English title


Indonesian Journal of Arabic Studies

Short title





ina. j. ara. std.



2 issues per year (May & November)

Number of articles per issue


7 research articles and reviews per issue









IAIN Syekh Nurjati Cirebon, Indonesia



The Department of Arabic Language and Literature, Faculty of Adab.

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Arabic and English



Arabic language, literature, teaching, and learning Arabic as a 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 has been accredited Sinta 3 by the Ministry of Education, Culture, Research, and Technology of The Republic of Indonesia as an academic journal in Director Decree (SK Dirjen No. 164/E/KPT/2021). The Journal is published biannually (May and November) by the Institut Agama Islam Negeri Syekh Nurjati and managed by the Department of Arabic Language and Literature. Indonesian Journal of Arabic Studies provides a means for sustained discussion of relevant issues that fall within the focus and scopes of the journal which can be examined empirically. Indonesian Journal of Arabic Studies welcomes and acknowledges high-quality theoretical and empirical original research papers, case studies, review papers, literature reviews, conceptual frameworks, analytical and simulation models, and technical notes from researchers, academicians, professionals, practitioners, and students from all over the world.

The journal has been a member of Crossref (Prefix: 10.24235) with Online ISSN 2686-1542.



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Vol 4, No 2 (2022)

This issue has been available online since 30th November  2022 for the regular issue of November 2022. All articles in this issue (6 original research articles) were authored/co-authored by 12 authors from 5 Countries (Indonesia, Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, Uganda, and Malaysia, Palestine)

Table of Contents


Difficulties of Translating Tenses from English to Arabic (Specialization students in linguistic and translation as a sample) PDF
Abdul Majeed Mohammed Aaqil, Abdul Majeed Razick 126-141
Arabic Culture and Disagreements in Political TV Conversation PDF
Hakim Rosly 143-163
Contrastive Analysis of Noun Clauses in Arabic and Swahili Languages PDF
Faisal Masoud Muhindo, Erfan Gazali 165-189
The Meaning of Khalaqa and Its Derivation in Surah Ar-Rum (Semantic Analysis of Toshihiko Izutsu) PDF
Mislannada Fiddaraini, FNU Yusroh, Rika Astari, Abdul Mukhlis 191-209
The Effect of Cooperative Teaching with the Type of Numbered Headers on the Results of Teaching Arabic Writing PDF
Rini Angreni Hasibuan, FNU Yunaldi 211-227
The Feminine in the Structure of the Arabic Language: An Analytical Semantic Study PDF
Usama Hammad 229-246