Nafik Muthohirin, Nafik
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REPRODUKSI SALAFISME: Dari Kesunyian Apolitis Menjadi Jihadis Muthohirin, Nafik
Sosial Budaya Vol 14, No 1 (2017): Juni 2017
Publisher : Lembaga penelitian dan pengabdian kepada Masyarakat

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24014/sb.v14i1.4162

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Artikel ini membahas tentang satu dari sekian organisasi fundamentalisme Islam di Indonesia, yaitu Jamaah Salafi. Secara spesifik, naskah ini menyuguhkan diskusi menarik perihal perubahan ideologi dan gerakan Salafidari sebuah pergerakan Islam yang pada awalnya menghindari hiruk pikuk politik, kemudian berubah menjadi doktrin yang menginisiasi kemunculan benih-benih gerakan jihadis.Transformasi gerakan ini mulanya bertujuan sangat mulia ingin mengangkat kesejahteraan umat Islam secara keseluruhan, namun doktrin jihadis yang dibenihkan justru berakhir dengan munculnya kekacauan global. Lebih jauh bahwa artikel ini juga menjelaskan tentang bagaimana kelompok Salafi Jihadis berbicara tentang geopolitik global, Khilafah Islam, serta ketidakadilan sosial yang dialami umat Islam. Dalam perspektif mereka, sudah waktunya bagi umat Islam untuk terlibat dalam percaturan politik global, sebab kemiskinan dan keterpurukan yang dialami negara-negara Islam pasca Perang Dingin usai, tidak lain diakibatkan kolonialisme melalui perekonomian dan politik global oleh bangsa-bangsa Barat.
Interseksi Hak Asasi Manusia dan Sharī‘ah di Indonesia Arifin, Syamsul; Muthohirin, Nafik; Tongat, Tongat; Wahyudi, Wahyudi
ISLAMICA: Jurnal Studi Keislaman Vol 12 No 2 (2018): Maret
Publisher : Pascasarjana Universitas Islam Negeri Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (362.623 KB) | DOI: 10.15642/islamica.2018.12.2.261-287

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This article attempts to uncover the point of encounter of human rights and sharī‘ah in Indonesia which often contradict with each other in light of differences in its development base, both as a concept and, furthermore, as an instrument, which ultimately leads to the human dimension. The basis of the development in question is that human rights derived from human rationality, while sharī‘ah comes from revelation. Therefore, this article seeks to explore the compatibility between the two. Human rights and sharī‘ah always have a point of encounter because in principle they are both fighting for humanity. The intersection between the two is often the case—and it becomes common, because the basis for the development of the law originates from different sources. Human rights comes from human rationality, while sharī‘ah departs from Allah’s revelation. Thus, it is only natural that various debates arise as in general a discourse of knowledge. It’s just that it needs to be understood that the conflict and tension that arise, should not lead to violence. On the one hand, Muslim groups who reject the principles of human rights are undoubtedly existent. However, on the other hand, many Muslims also graciously accept human rights. Accommodative people hold the view that they have a common vision of justice, peace, equality and tolerance. Human rights need not be viewed as contradictory to Islam, in part because many Muslim-majority countries recognize and ratify human rights instruments issued by the United Nations.
The Viewpoint of The Young Muhammadiyah Intellectuals towards The Religious Minority Groups in Indonesia Arifin, Syamsul; Muthohirin, Nafik
TEOSOFI: Jurnal Tasawuf dan Pemikiran Islam Vol. 9 No. 2 (2019): December
Publisher : Program Studi Filsafat Agama Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Filsafat UIN Sunan Ampel Surabaya

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.15642/teosofi.2019.9.2.282-305

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Muhammadiyah keeps onto make a positive contribution to the progress of Indonesia. In the first century of its advent, Muhammadiyah focused on advancing education, health, and compensation to the du?af?, while through the 47th Congress in Makassar (2015), Muhammadiyah had issued an important point which emphasizes on the minority groups. This article examines a number of issues dealing with the views that underlie young Muhammadiyah intellectuals in voicing partiality towards the religious minority, the role or form of alignments and the implications of these views on thought upheavals within Muhammadiyah internally and at the national level. The study finds that the young Muhammadiyah intellectuals play a pivotal role in fighting for the basic rights of a religious minority which continues to face the complicated problem of citizenship. The data has been focused on advocacy and intellectual works, including a literature review of statements of attitudes, published books, journals, research reports, and opinions in the national mainstream and alternative media.