Fahmi Medias, Fahmi
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Wakaf Produktif Dalam Perspektif Ekonomi Islam

La_Riba Vol 4, No 1 (2010): Lembaga Keuangan Publik Islam
Publisher : Program Studi Ekonomi Islam, Fakultas Ilmu Agama Islam, Universitas Islam Indonesia

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This article is aimed to oversee the rule and significance of cash waqf in Indonesia as a new social tool to alleviate poverty. Library research is employed to analyze the development of cash waqf in Indonesia. Cash waqf is introduced as a new concept of waqf to solve many social problems in society. In Indonesia it has been legalized by both Islamic scholar and national law so that Muslims have a chance to maximize its utilization. To improve and extend cash waqf functions for social purposes it is important to every waqf organization to develop its human resources capacity, mainly in its professionalism, commitment, and understanding of cash waqf importance for development.Kata kunci: Waqaf tunai, Waqaf produktif, Ekonomi Islam

Bank Wakaf: Solusi Pemberdayaan Sosial Ekonomi Indonesia

Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 2, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Surakarta

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This article attempts to identify the strategic role of cash waqf as an alternative financial instrument in the economic development of Indonesia in the field of social, religious, educational, and health, as well as to identify the problems faced by the social institution that has existed in Indonesia in the management of cash waqf. After the economic crisis hit Indonesia in 1998, the existence of cash waqf becomes very strategic and is deemed appropriate to give the mutual fund model that very potential in real sector to empower and strengthen the social economy Indonesia. However, cash waqf as one of the most potential sources of funds which have not been used optimally in Indonesia. This is due to a large number of waqfs are managed in a traditional consumer. On the other hand, Islamic finance institutions which manage the Waqf money havent been able to manifest cash waqf benefits for socio-economic empowerment. At the end of the discussion, this article emphasizes the importance of the cash waqf funds mobilization of society through the creation of waqf bank to expand the potential of cash waqf in improving the social and economic welfare of society in Indonesia.

PENYELESAIAN SENGKETA NASABAH WANPRESTASI EKONOMI SYARIAH DI PENGADILAN AGAMA MAGELANG

Indonesian Journal of Islamic Literature and Muslim Society Vol 3, No 1 (2018)
Publisher : State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) Surakarta

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This research is conducted to analyze the implementation of Law no. 50 of 2009 on Religious Court. Based on Supreme Court Regulation (PERMA) Nu. 14 the Year 2016 on Procedures of dispute completion in sharia economic, PERMA Nu. 1 the Year 2014 on Mediation of dispute completion process between sharia financial institution and breach of contract at the Religious Court of Magelang. This research uses the descriptive qualitative method with an empirical juridical approach that is by comparing the rules that have been established with the reality. The result of this research indicates that the Religious Court of Magelang in the process of dispute completion of sharia economic has been in accordance with the mandate of Law Nu. 50 the Year 2009, PERMA Nu. 14 the Year 2016, and PERMA No.1 Year 2014. Until early 2018 the Religious Court of Magelang has been handled 20 cases of dispute breach in sharia economic with the result of 17 cases revoked; 1 case granted, 1 case crossed out, and 1 case still running. The cases handled by the Religious Courts of Magelang are majority dealing with trade with markup (mura>bah}ah) of the breach of contract with the reason of problematic financing.