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ISSN : 14103222     EISSN : 2620598X     DOI : -
ALQALAM (e-ISSN: 2620-598X; p-ISSN: 1410-3222) is a journal published by the Center for Research and Community Service of UIN Sultan Maulana Hasanuddin Banten-INDONESIA. ALQALAM is an academic journal published twice a year (every six months). ALQALAM had been accreditated by Ministry of Education and Culture No. 80/DIKTI/Kep./2012, 13 Desember 2012. This journal focuses on specific themes of Islamic Studies.
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HUKUM KEWARISAN DALAM KOMPILASI HUKUM ISLAM (KHI) DI INDONESIA Somawinata, Yusuf
ALQALAM Vol 26 No 1 (2009): January - April 2009
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The Islamic laws of inheritance has improved and eliminated the imbalances of the inheritance system conducted by many people both in the past and at present. Islamic laws of inheritance does not contain arbitrariness to the heirs, but gives the absolute justice.The efforts to endorse Islamic laws on the positive laws in Indonesia have been done continuously by the Islamic leaders and prominent figures. These are proven by the emergence of Religious Judicature Competency in article 49 UU No.7 of 1989, and the completing of the joint project between the Supreme Court of RI and the Ministry of Religious Affairs of Indonesia on Islamic Law Compilation containing the material of marital law, inheritance law, and law of religious foundation in 19 91.Since the Presidential Instruction of RI No. 1 of 1991 and the decision of the Ministry of Religious affairs of RI No. 154 of 1991 were issued, Islamic law Compilation in Indonesia had obtained power and juridical form to be practiced by religious court, other administration institutions as well as by community that needs it in solving the problems regulated in this compilation.Inheritance law as regulated in Islamic Law Compilation is basically an inheritance law taken from the opinion of jumhur fuqaha. However, there are some exceptions, I such as in the cases of wasiat wajibah, naqisah (radd), and definition of off spring (walad).
A FATWA ISSUED BY THE COUNCIL OF INDONESIAN ULAMA (MUI) AGAINST THE U.S. INVASION TO IRAQ Pribadi, Yanwar
ALQALAM Vol 26 No 1 (2009): January - April 2009
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The Council of Indonesian Ulama (the MUI) issued a fatwa number 2 year of 2003 entitled Penyerangan Amerika Serikat dan Sekutunya terhadap Irak (the U.S and its allies aggression to Iraq). The fatwa was issued following the U.S. invasion to Iraq and because of several reasons, mainly after numerous demonstrations in several areas of Indonesia.The fatwa is mainly about the MUI's attitude concerning the invasion of the U.S. to Iraq. This paper will describe three main themes; firstly, the study will define the, existence of the fatwa, including the backgrounds of the issuance of the fatwa. Secondly, it will attempt to examine the responses of Indonesian scholars and ulama' toward the invasion. Thirdly, it will compare other fatwas from other countries, including, similar and different fatwas.
ANALISIS TERHADAP PRAKTEK TERORISME ATAS NAMA JIHAD Salenda, Kasjim
ALQALAM Vol 26 No 1 (2009): January - April 2009
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Discourses on terrorism and jihad have been intensively discussed after September 11, 2001. Some argue that terrorism and jihad are correlated. In fact, terrorism and jihad substantially differ. Terrorism tends to be revolutionary and destructive that cause panics and fears, and it acts based on no clear principles, while jihad tends to improve human's safety and welfare personally or collectively, and the actions of it base on clear principles. Some Muslims, particularly radical Muslims, in which they commit terrorism as an actualization of jihad. This is due to internal and external factors. Internally, it is related to their limited understanding towards Islamic texts in which they use textual approach. Externally, socio cultural and political factors of Muslim community lead terrorists to commit terrorism.
REFORMASI HUKUM DAN POSISI PERADILAN AGAMA DI INDONESIA ARIPIN, JAENAL
ALQALAM Vol 26 No 1 (2009): January - April 2009
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The Religious Court has changed in the way of the law paradigm change applied in Indonesia by applying the concept of separation of power, not distribution of power. Its status and position as the administrator of judicial power, has the independency at the moment because it is not under the executive power any longer. Its competence, has also changed with new competencies: syari'ah economy, the enactment of ancestry and adoption, and of hisab and rukyah. But the material law is not changed in either old or new competency. Because there is no change in law material, the judges perform not only as the law administrator but also as the law interpreter/ rechstvinding on law in book, law in concretto, and/or living law like in legal culture. This is meant that justice seekers will ftel the pure justice.
KEUANGAN MASJID DAN MODAL SOSIAL Syarifudin, Efi
ALQALAM Vol 26 No 1 (2009): January - April 2009
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This article tries to discuss the forms of philantrophy developed by society to meet the need of financial capital and the factors that become the sosial capital as a supporting factor for the smooth-running of the economy of the mosques: The study uses functional-structuralisme approach to explain the local wisdom of Singarajan People located in Subdistrict Pontang in fullfilling the needs of the mosque funding.Collecte (kotak jum'at), mider (monthly obliged payment), endowment (infak), one-tenth wet rice field of the mosque, wakaf (religious foundation), recompens (hasil selawat) used as the financial sources of Masjid Agung Baetut Taqwa become the concrete samples of the local wisdom of philantrophy practices of all financial sources of the mosque, one-tenth wet rice-field of the mosque gives the greatest contribution. The collected fund is used to fund kaom, supplies expense, care and maintenance, and renovation of the mosqueBased on functional-structuralime point of view, the participative and philantrhropical attitudes of Singarajan society are motivated by the strong structure of kindship and are influenced by the socialites and the ulama. Moreover, the mythes or oral stories dealing with the mosque, wakaf, and other property's right of the mosque that are able to prevent moral distrust toward pilanthripical practices become another influencing factor of participative and philantrhropical attitudes.
TRANSMISI ETIKA KE TATANAN POLITIK PERSPEKTIF MUHAMMAD ABID AL-JABIRI Burhanuddin, Nunu
ALQALAM Vol 26 No 1 (2009): January - April 2009
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Several political issues are presumed having a relationship with the ethical values such as the problems of authority and its distribution, the application of laws, human rights, women emancipation, social justice, the distribution of national wealth, economics justice, and etc. These problems show us the importance of ethical reference to polish the political countenance as well as to straighten up the political manoeuvres that are often full of intrigues, arrogance, and tyranny. The transmission concept from ethics to the political order that has ever been stated by Aristotle (384-322 B.C.) in his book “Politea” on political matters, and his “Nicomachean” on moral issues is presumed inspiring the philosophers both in the West and in the East. This article elaborates Muhammad 'Abid Al Jabiri's thought (1936-…), a Muslim thinker from Morocco who classifies ethical values that are transmitted into political order in the Muslim World consisting of four main variants; (1) subservience ethics, an ethical system that is inherited by Persian sultanate; (2) happiness ethics, an ethical system of Greece; (3) transitory ethics, an ethical system developed by Sufi order; and (4) Muru'ah ethics, an ethical system developed in the Arabian World. According to al-Jabiri, these all four systems still left the important matters dealing with the claim of progressive and futuristic -oriented human dynamics. Therefore, al-Jabiri proposed a recommendation for Arabian and Islamic world in order to exceed such ethical systems and to side with the pious deed ethics and profit that became their tendency.
PETA PEMIKIRAN HUKUM ISLAM DI INDONESIA Fanani, Ahwan
ALQALAM Vol 26 No 1 (2009): January - April 2009
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The development of the thought of Islamic law in Indonesia during both pre and post-independence has been experiencing the dynamics, that is proper to have attention from academicians. The development of the thought of Islamic law could not be separated from two factors. Firstly, the development of the thought of Islamic law in the Islamic world is the result of the emergence of international issues such. as human rights, the equality of gender, pluralism, and democracy. Secondly, the contact between Indonesian Muslim intellectuals and other Muslim ones all over the· world. Such intellectual networks have been proven since long time ago to become a connecting point between the development of Islam in the Archipelago and that of other muslim world.

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