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ASIMILASI ISLAM DENGAN BUDAYA LOKAL DI NUSANTARA Mukhlishin, Ahmad; Jamil, Muhammad; Maba, Aprezo Pardodi
Nurani Vol 18 No 1 (2018): Nurani
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Raden Fatah Palembang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.19109/nurani.v18i1.2457


Islam as a religion that is present in all tribes in the archipelago as a value system that integrates with the local culture, so this is often seen by people outside the tribe with Islam Minangkabau, Javanese Islam, and so on. The accumulation of cultures with various intercourses called multiculturalism. But the great possibility both can play an important role in shaping a new culture, because there is a dialogue between the orders of religious values ​​that become the idealism of a religion with local cultural values. As a system of knowledge, religion is a belief system that is full of moral teachings and guidance of life must be studied, examined and then practiced by man in his life. In this case religion provides clues about the "good and bad that are inappropriate and inappropriate" and the "right and inappropriate". Religious values ​​can form and develop human behavior in their daily lives. It is therefore not difficult to understand that having a common symbol is the most effective way to strengthen unity among religious followers. This is because the meaning of these symbols deviates far from the intellectual definitions so that the symbol's ability to unite is greater, whereas the intellectual definition causes division. Symbols can be shared because they are based on feelings that are not formulated too tightly. That is why Islam has historically come to various parts of the archipelago with a relatively peaceful atmosphere with almost no tension and conflict. Islam can easily be accepted by society as a religion that brings peace, even though at that time people have been religious and have their own belief in animism, dynamism, Hinduism and Buddhism. The spread of Islam causes the emergence of Islamic patterns and variants that have uniqueness and uniqueness. It must be realized that the existence of Islam in Indonesia is never single.
Manajemen Sumber Daya Manusia Berbasis Pendidikan Pondok Pesantren Ritonga, Anas Habibi; Jamil, Muhammad; Harvius, H.; Mukhlishin, Ahmad
Jurnal Penelitian Vol 12, No 2 (2018): JURNAL PENELITIAN
Publisher : LP2M IAIN kUDUS

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/jp.v12i2.4140


Human resource management works in the area of an organization's processes and policies by managing the human resources in it. Islamic boarding schools are da'wah and da'wah institutions that require HRM to achieve their expected goals. A strategy is needed to achieve the intended goals, including setting the direction of the organization, making environmental analysis, formulating strategies, implementing starategi, and evaluating. The presentation in this report uses the Preliminary formation, discussion and closing. Data collection uses a qualitative-descriptive and analysis-critical approach. Data sources are extracted from the literature relating to the formulation of the problem.
Metode Penetapan Hukum Dalam Berfatwa Mukhlishin, Ahmad; Suhendri, Aan; Dimyati, Muhammad
AL-ISTINBATH : Jurnal Hukum Islam Vol 3, No 2 (2018)
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Curup

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29240/jhi.v3i2.444


Fatwa is the answer to the problem that arises, usually respond to contemporary things. This can be seen from a series of fatwa issued by the MUI. from the problem golput, cigarettes, pre-wedding photos, motorcycle taxi women and many other things. Fatwa is a very urgent case for humans because not everyone is able to explore the laws of the Shari'a. Or it can be concluded that the fatwa is an explanation of Sharia law on various issues that occur in the midst of society. Therefore, given the importance of the position of the fatwa, it should be done that the people do not ignore the fatwas issued by the Fatwa scholars born because of the consideration of the benefit of the ummah or mashalihul ummah, and in this paper will be discussed about the methods of law enforcement in berfatwa. One of the conditions for determining fatwas is that they must fulfill the methodology (manhaj) in teaching, because it establishes fatwas without regard to manhaj including those which are prohibited by religion. Establish a fatwa based solely on the necessity (li al-hajah), or because of the benefit (li al-mashlahah), or because the essence of religious teachings (li maqashid as-syari'ah), with no adhering to nushus syar'iyah, including the excessive group (ifrathi). Within the scope of the fatwa there are some important things that must be noticed by a mufti (giver of fatwas) and a mustafti (the person who asks fatwas) so that the resulting fatwa can be useful in solving a problematika. For the sake of perfection a fatwa of mustafti must use some method which must be consumed in solving problem which in ijtihadi at that time, like method bayani, ta'lili and termi.
Kajian Kritis Terhadab Kebijakan Pemerintah Dalam Pengembangan Bank Syari’ah Di Indonesia Mukhlishin, Ahmad; Suhendri, Aan
HUMAN FALAH: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam HUMAN FALAH: Jurnal Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam | Vol. 5 | No. 2 | 2018
Publisher : Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam Universitas Islam Negeri Sumatera Utara

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The development of sharia banking in Indonesia is a manifestation of the demand of the people who need an alternative banking system which in addition to providing healthy banking / financial services, also fulfill the principles of sharia. The development of a politically-based Islamic banking system in Indonesia is finally recognized as part of the national development goal of achieving a just and prosperous society based on economic democracy. It is marked by the active role of government in developing sharia banking industry which is expected to be the first step for the development of economic system will be able to be the first step for the development of economic system based on the value of justice, togetherness, equity and expediency. Shari'ah economic system is increasingly known in the society today. Not only for the Islamic community alone, but also for those who are non-Muslims. This is marked by the increasing number of customers in banks that apply the concept of sharia. Seeing this development, it is possible in the future all aspects of the economy will be based on shari'ah. This shows that Islamic values are acceptable in many circles because they are universal, not exclusive and of course have competitive output with conventional banking.
Sanksi Perpajakan dan Pengadilan Pajak di Indonesia: Upaya Optimalkan Perolehan Pajak Kaitannya dengan Pembangunan Nasional Shulton, Habib; Mukhlishin, Ahmad
Adzkiya : Jurnal Hukum dan Ekonomi Syariah Vol 5 No 2 (2017): Adzkiya Jurnal Hukum dan Ekonomi Syariah
Publisher : Fakultas Ekonomi dan Bisnis Islam Institut Agama Islam Negeri Meto

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This paper is about taxation sanctions and tax courts in Indonesia: as an effort to optimize the acquisition of taxes in relation to national development. Juridically, the tax does contain elements of coercion. If the tax obligations are not implemented, then there are legal consequences that may occur. The legal consequences are the imposition of tax sanctions. In essence, the imposition of tax sanctions imposed to create taxpayer compliance in carrying out its tax obligations. That is why it is important for taxpayers to understand tax sanctions to know the legal consequences of what is done or not done. But in taxation in Indonesia, many encountered many problems one of which is the problem of "tax evasion". The focus of the problem in this article is: 1). How to Form Tax Sanctions in Indonesia. 2). The concept of the Tax Court in Indonesia. 3). How the National Development Efforts Relate to Taxes.