ABBREVIATION

AD: anno Domini (of the Christian era)
AH: anno Hejirae (of the Islamic era)
AKSI: Asosiasi Karaoke Seluruh Indonesia (All-Indonesian Association of Karaoke)
AMII: Angkatan Muda Islam Indonesia (Younger Generation of Indonesian Islam)
ASEAN: Association of South-East Asian Nations
Bakor Pakem: Badan Koordinasi Pengawasan Aliran Kepercayaan Masyarakat (Co-ordinating Agency for the Supervision of Religious Movements in the Society)
Bappenas: Badan Perancang Pembangunan Nasional (National Planning Board)
BAZIS: Badan Amal Zakat, Infaq, dan Shadaqah (Agency for Religious Alms)
BCA: Bank Central Asia
BKKBN: Badan Koordinasi Keluarga Berencana Nasional (National Family Planning Co-ordinating Board)
BKPMI: Badan Komunikasi Pemuda Masjid Indonesia (Communication Board of Indonesian Mosque Youth)
BKSPP: Badan Kerja Sama Pondok Pesantren (Co-operative Agency of Pesantrens)
BMI: Bank Muamalat Indonesia (Indonesian Bank for Mu iiimalah) BPN: Badan Pertanahan Nasional (National Agency for Estates)
BPPMI: Badan Pembina Perpustakaan Masjid Indonesia (Indonesian Agency for the Promotion of Mosque Libraries)
BPR: Bank Perkreditan Rakyat (popular credit banks, operating locally)
BPRS: Bank Perkreditan Rakyat Syariah (popular credit banks based on Shari’ah)
BPS: Biro Pusat Statistik (Central Statistical Office)
BSF: Badan Sensor Film (Agency for Film Censorship)
DDII: Dewan Dakwah Islamiyah Indonesia (Indonesian Council for Islamic Propagation)
Dekopin: Dewan Koperasi Indonesia (Indonesian Council of Co-operatives)
DI: Darul Islam (“House of Islam”, i.e. the region of the world where Islam reigns; also name of an Indonesian opposition movement)
DI/TII: Darul Islam/Tentara Islam Indonesia (see DI; TII)
DMI: Dewan Masjid Indonesia (Indonesian Council of Mosques)
DPA: Dewan Pertimbangan Agung (Supreme Advisory Council)
DPR: Dewan Perwakilan Rakyat (Council of People’s Representation, i.e. House of Representatives)
dr.: (medical) Doctor
Dr.: Doctor (highest academic title)
Dra.: Doctoranda (feminine form of Drs., used in Indonesia)
Drs.: Doctorandus (Dutch/Indonesian academic title)
FUI: Forum Ukhuwah Islamiyah (Forum for ukhuwwah)
GAMKI: Gerakan Angkatan Muda Kristen Indonesia (Movement of the Indonesian Young Christian Generation)
GBHN: Garis-Garis Besar Haluan Negara (Broad Outlines of State Policy)
Gemabudhi: Gerakan Mahasiswa Budha Indonesia (Indonesian Buddhist Student Movement)
GMKI: Gerakan Mahasiswa Kristen Indonesia (Indonesian Movement of Christian Students)
Golkar: Golongan Karya ([Federation of] Professional Groups)
GPK: Gerakan Pengacau Keamanan (security disturbance movement)
GUPPI: Gabungan Usaha Pembaharuan Pendidikan Islam (Federation of Initiatives to Renew Islamic Education)
H.: Haji (Hajj); Hajah (Hajjah)
HIS: Hollandsch-Inlandsche School (Dutch-Native School)
HISPI: Himpunan Santri Pengusaha Indonesia (Indonesian Association of Santri Entrepreneurs)
HMI: Himpunan Mahasiswa Islam (Muslim Student Association)
IAIN: Institut Agama Islam Negeri (State Institute for Islamic Studies)
ICMI: Ikatan Cendekiawan Muslim Se-Indonesia (All-Indonesian Association of Muslim Intellectuals)
IDB: Islamic Development Bank
IDI: Ikatan Dokter Indonesia (Indonesian Association of Physicians)
IIQ: Institut Ilmu Al-Qur’an (Institute of Koranic Sciences)
IKIP: Institut Keguruan dan Ilmu Pendidikan (Teachers’ Training College)
INIS: Indonesian-Netherlands Co-operation in Islamic Studies
IPB: Institut Pertanian Bogor (Bogor Institute of Agriculture)
IPHI: Ikatan Persaudaraan Haji Indonesia (Indonesian Society of the Fraternity of Hajj Pilgrims)
IPMI: Ikatan Pengusaha Muslim Indonesia (Indonesian Association of Muslim Businessmen)
IPTI: Ikatan Pemuda Tarbiyah Islamiyah (League of Islamic Education Youth)
ITB: Institut Teknologi Bandung (Bandung Institute of Technology) JIB: Jong Islamieten Bond (League of Young Muslims)
K.: Kiai (Javanese honorific title for `alim, esp. for pesantren leader)
Kadin: Kamar Dagang dan Industri (Chamber of Commerce and Industry)
KISDI: Komite Indonesia untuk Solidaritas Dunia Islam (Indonesian Committee for Solidarity with the Islamic World)
KNPI: Komite Nasional Pemuda Indonesia (National Committee of Indonesian Youth)
KODI: Koordinasi Dakwah Islamiyah (Co-ordination of Islamic Propagation)
LBH: Lembaga Bantuan Hukum (Legal Aid Institute)
LDII: Lembaga Dakwah Islam Indonesia (Indonesian Institute of Islamic Propagation)
LDNU: Lembaga Dakwah Nandlatul Ulama (NU Institute for Islamic Propagation)
LIPI: Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Indonesia (Indonesian Institute of Sciences)
LIPIA: Lembaga Ilmu Pengetahuan Islam dan Arab (Institute for Islamic and Arab Science)
LP3ES: Lembaga Penelitian, Pendidikan, dan Penerangan Ekonomi dan Sosial (Institute for Economic and Social Research, Education and Information)
LPPTKAI-BKPMI: Lembaga Pembinaan dan Pengembangan Taman Kanak-Kanak Al-Qur’an Indonesia – Badan Komunikasi Pemuda Masjid Indonesia (Indonesian Institute for Guidance and Development of Koranic Kindergartens of the Communication Board of Indonesian Mosque Youth)
LSAF: Lembaga Studi Agama dan Filsafat (Institute for Religious and Philosophical Studies)
MABIM: Menteri Agama Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia, dan Malaysia (Ministers of Religious Affairs of Brunei Darussalam, Indonesia and Malaysia)
Majelis Mukmin: Majelis Musyawarah Kesejahteraan Muslim Indonesia (Indonesian Consultative Body for Muslim Welfare)
MAN: madrasah aliyah negeri (state Islamic senior high school)
MAN Plus: madrasah aliyah negeri Plus, i.e. with vocational training
MAN-PK: madrasah aliyah negeri program khusus (state Islamic senior high school with a special programme)
MDI: Majelis Dakwah Islamiyah (Indonesian Council for Islamic Propaga¬tion)
MI (also Parmusi): Partai Muslimin Indonesia (Indonesian Party of Muslims)
MIAI: Majlisul Islamil A’la Indonesia (Supreme Islamic Council of Indonesia)
MPR: Majelis Permusyawaratan Rakyat (People’s Consultative Assembly)
Mr.: Meester (Dutch academic title for law graduates)
MTSN: madrasah tsanawiyah negeri (state Islamic junior high school)
MULO: Meer Uitgebreid Lager Onderwijs (a Dutch type of extended primary education)
NU: Nandlatul Ulama (Renaissance of `Ulamd)
OIC: Organization of the Islamic Cooperation
ONH Plus [pilgrimage]: Ongkos Naik Haji Plus (a comfortable form of hajj managed by private agencies)
ONH: Ongkos Naik Haji (pilgrimage expenses, pilgrimage fare)
P3M: Perhimpunan Pembangunan Pesantren dan Masyarakat (Association of Pesantren and Community Development)
Parmusi (also MI): Partai Muslimin Indonesia (Indonesian Party of Muslims)
PDI: Partai Demokrasi Indonesia (Democratic Party of Indonesia)
Persis: Persatuan Islam (Islamic Union)
Perti: Persatuan Tarbiyah Islamiyah (Union of Islamic Education)
PGI: Persekutuan Gereja-Gereja di Indonesia (Communion of [Protestant] Churches in Indonesia)
PHDI: Parisada Hindu Dharma Indonesia (Indonesian Council of the Hindu Religion)
PITI: Pembina Iman Tauhid Indonesia (Guidance of the Islamic Belief in the Oneness of God)
PKI: Partai Komunis Indonesia (Indonesian Communist Party)
PMI: Pemuda Muslimin Indonesia (Indonesian Muslim Youth); Palang Merah Indonesia (Indonesian Red Cross)
PMIB: Pemuda dan Mahasiswa Islam Bandung (Muslim Youth and Students of Bandung)
PMII: Pergerakan Mahasiswa Islam Indonesia (Indonesian Muslim Student Movement)
PMKRI: Perhimpunan Mahasiswa Katolik Roma Indonesia (Indonesian Association of Roman Catholic Students)
PPI: Pusat Pengkajian Islam (Centre for Islamic Studies [of the Universitas Nasional in Jakarta])
PPP: Partai Persatuan Pembangunan (United Development Party)
PT: perseroan terbatas (Ltd: limited liability company)
PUI: Persatuan Umat Islam (Union of the Muslim Community)
RCTI: Rajawali Citra Televisi Indonesia (a private television station in Jakarta)
RMI: Rabithah Ma’ahid al-Islamiyah (Rabitah al-Ma’ahid (League of Islamic [educational] Institutes)
S.E.: Sarjana Ekonomi (academic title for graduate in economics)
S.H.: Sarjana Hukum (academic title for law graduate)
S1: Strata 1 (undergraduate studies)
S2: Strata 2 (the study for a master’s degree)
S3: Strata 3 (the study for a doctor’s degree)
SARA: Suku, agama, ras, dan antargolongan (tribe, religion, race and [relations] between groups)
SDSB: Sumbangan Dermawan Sosial Berhadiah (Social Philanthropical Contribution with Prizes)
SI: Syarikat Islam (Islamic Society)
Tgk.: Teungku (Acehnese honorific title for ‘alim)
TII: Tentara Islam Indonesia (Indonesian Islamic Army)
TKA: Taman Kanak-Kanak Al-Qur’an (Koranic Kindergarten)
YARSI: Yayasan Rumah Sakit Islam (Islamic Hospital Foundation)
YDBKS: Yayasan Dana Bhakti Kesejahteraan Sosial (Foundation of the Fund for Social Welfare Service)
YLBHI: Yayasan Lembaga Bantuan Hukum Indonesia (Indonesian Legal Aid Institute Foundation)
YLKI: Yayasan Lembaga Konsumen Indonesia (Indonesian Consumers’ Institute Foundation)

Source: Darul Aqsha, Dijk van der Meij, Johan Hendrik Meuleman. 1995. Islam in Indonesia: A Survey of Events andd Developments from 1988 to March 1993. Jakarta: INIS.

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