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2721-754x, 2460-9692

2020 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 187-201
Author(s):  
Naryono Naryono

This study examines the verses of tasybīh according to ‘Abd al-Karīm al-Qusyairī such as ‘Arsy Allāh, Yad Allāh, and Wajh Allāh. The question that will be discussed is how al-Qusyairī interprets the verses of tasybīh in Laṭā’if al-Isyārāt. To get maximum results, the authors use descriptive-analytical methods, data are collected and compiled then analyzed. The primary source in this study is Laṭā’if al-Isyārāt, by ‘Abd al-Karīm al-Qusyairī. The secondary sources are the books of al-Qusyairī such as Risālah al-Qusyairīyah, Tartib al-Sulūk, Arba’ Rasā’il fī al-Taṣawuf. The results of this study indicate that 'Arsy according to al-Qusyairī is divided into two, namely: 'Arsy al-Samā' (where Allah resides) and 'Arsy Rahmān ('Arsy earth) located in the hearts of the ahl al-Tauhid (people those who insult Allah), whereas for the words Yad Allāh, and Wajh Allāh are ordained with the power held by Allah.


2020 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 18-32
Author(s):  
Rizkiyatul Imtyas

This paper discusses the method of criticism of Sanad and Matan. In the Hadith studies,  both aspects are equally important. Sanad is a series of narrators who convey the hadith, while matan is the content / message of the hadith itself. To find out the quality of a hadith we must find out the quality of its transmitters and content. Therefore, this paper is important because it discusses the method of criticism of Sanad and Matan. The source of this paper comes from books/books, and journals that are relevant to the theme of the writing.


2020 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 125-144
Author(s):  
Dayu Aqraminas

This article explores the contribution of Jasser Auda in developing the theory of Maqāṣid Al-Sharī'ah, especially in the field of Tafsir al-Qur’an. Through a qualitative approach, the data related to the study of the Qur'an, Jasser Auda and Maqāṣid Al-Sharī'ah, are explained descriptively-analytically. From this description, we get the real role of Auda, namely the application of system-based interpretation in the implementation of tafsīr maqāṣidī. This article also explains features that affect the system approach, as well as the operational stages of the theory.


2020 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 60-82
Author(s):  
Yudi Setiadi

This study discusses the practice of reciting verses of the Qur'an in staging debus. In Debus, the Qur'an, as one of the must reads, has a function outside its textual meaning. The Qur'an is recited for the practical use of its readers. This paper is qualitative method, ethnographic and functional approaches to uncover the meaning and use of the Qur'an in the performance of debus. This research found several findings. Debus players interpret everything they read before staging debus as 1) a means to ask God for help, 2) glorify God, prophets, and trustees- God's guardian, 3) asks for immunity, 4) asks for protection from danger, and 5) asks for salvation.


2020 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 212-231
Author(s):  
Ulfiana Ulfiana

This paper discusses the views of John Wansbrough, about the authenticity of the Qur'an. The issue raised in this paper is Wansbrough's claim that the Qur'an is an imitation of the Bible. In answering the problem of library research, the researcher uses the description-analytic method through categorization or grouping in accordance with the data obtained. The study found that John Wansbrough's conclusion that the Qur'an was an imitation of the Bible was that the sources of the Qur'an were allegedly derived from previous religious sources, namely Judaism and Christianity. One of the evidences revealed by Wansbrough is by referring to the story of the Prophet Muhammad in QS. al-Isrā’: 1. According to him the story of isrā is a story taken from the previous religion, the exodus of Moses. He strengthened his opinion by explaining that the pronunciation of asrā bi ‘abdihi found elsewhere explained the story of Moses and also the next verse in the QS. al-Isrā’: 2 it shows the story of Moses.


2020 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 150-165
Author(s):  
Lufaefi Lufaefi

The Islamic study who until now still raises the pro-cons is about the state model. Sayyid Quṭb, Taqī al-Din al-Nabhāni and Abū A‘lā Al-Maudūdī, are scientists who conclude that Islam has a state model, namely khilāfah islāmiyyah. This first group closes the space for possible state models other than khilāfah islāmiyyah. Until often this idea raises acts of terrorism and anarchism. While in other groups, such as ‘Alī‘ Abd Rāziq, Nurcholis Madjid and Gus Dur are a series voicing their ideas that Islam does not have a particular state model. This article to find the nature of the state model in Islam. The approach used is the interpretation approach maqāṣidi Ṭāhir Ibn ‘Āsyūr. As a result, the Islamic state model in the Koran is the state provided that it meets the principles of the state according to Islam, such as justice, deliberation, charity, social security, peace, security and equality. Whatever country model, as long as it still holds the six principles above, then the essence is the model of an Islamic state.


2020 ◽  
Vol 1 (1) ◽  
pp. 48-61
Author(s):  
Ismegawati Ismegawati

This paper discusses the Sufistic nuances of Tafsīr Firdaus al-Na’īm by KH. Taifur Aliwafa. Using the descriptive-analytic method, this literature study answers the question how the author of this tafsir book interprets verses relating to aspects of Sufism, with the case of love verses. This study found that the author of this tafsir in interpreting the verses was influenced by his educational background, where he was trained in the Naqsyabandiyah Ṭarīqa tradition from his position as a student to his position as a murshid.


2020 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 166-186
Author(s):  
Muhammad Asywar Saleh

This paper informs the thoughts of a Western scholar, John Burton, related to his commentary on the naskh theory addressed to the Quran and Hadith or in other terms Tradition, borrowed the term Burton. In his book, al-Suyuthi quotes the words of the scholars that no one can interpret the Quran except after he knows the science of nāskh. Therefore, the concept of naskh is important to be studied further through the new perspective of scholars both Muslim and Non-Muslim. John Burton was selected to be studied because he was among the earliest Western scholar who shows great concern for the discussed matter in the field of the Quran and Hadith studies. From this writing, it was found, that in Burton’s view, the removal of the verse and its rules were ideas made by Muslim fuqaha who tried to base their legal decisions on the Quran even though the text of the Quran had no reference to that decision.


2020 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 209-222
Author(s):  
Lukita Fahriana ◽  
Lufaefi Lufaefi

Indonesia is a country that is inhabited by various religious adherents. Not a little diversity that led to conflicts. One of the factors arising from the conflict is because of the conversion of religions, especially if done by people of Islam who moved to other religion in overt. Conversion is seen as apostasy, the consequence of which is sin and must be killed. In the conversion of religion, change or is not merely due to matters of belief, or degrading religion, but many factors cause it, such as environmental factors, social relations, psychology, and even because the factor of Divine guidance. In a pluralistic society, the existence of religious conversion can glue brotherhood between religious communities. Therefore, the conversion of religion can shape one's thoughts to accept and appreciate the religion of others more openly in many perspectives.


2020 ◽  
Vol 1 (2) ◽  
pp. 202-211
Author(s):  
Putri Adelia

There is an assumption that develops in society that according to religion women have no place in social life and women's role is limited only in the domestic sphere. The implication is that women are not allowed to take roles in the public sphere, such as being educated as equals to men, working outside the home, even taking part in political territory. One of the modern-day Muslim scholars who interpreted the verse as a limitation on women leaving the house was Abū al-A‘lā al-Maudūdī. The author is interested in further examining his interpretation because it is classified into modern commentators but some interpretations related to women seem to be gender biased. This paper will discuss al-Maudūdī's interpretation of the QS. Al-Aḥzāb: 33 this verse is said to be the initial foothold regarding perceptions of restrictions on the movement of women in the public sphere resulting from an understanding of the results of the interpretation of orders for women to always remain at home. Then examine how this interpretation affects women's political activities.


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