The purpose of this research were 1) To assess the policy of islamic education according to Local Regulation of Serang City Number 1 Year 2010 and Mayor of Serang City Regulation Number 17 Year 2013; 2) To assess the requirements to continue education to general junior secondary education/Islamic junior secondary education (SMP/MTs) in the realization of Regulation of Serang City number 1 year 2010; and 3) To determine supporting and inhibiting factors for the implementation of Islamic basic education in Serang City. This study used qualitative research method. Data were collected from the observation, interview, and documentation. From the analysis it is found that 1) The policy of compulsory of Islamic basic education is reserved for every muslim citizen who will continue to general junior secondary education /islamic junior secondary school; 2) Every muslim students aged 6 to 12 years who will continue their education to the next level has to possess certificate of Islamic education completion; 3) Support for the implementation of the regulation is gained from various group of people. However, the less socialized regulation inhibits people to be well informed about the legal certainty for the regulation. Thus, the implementation of the Islamic education regulation requires reconsideration for the formulation of strategic objectives and the improvement of the education quality to adjust to the more complex of culture shift.