Nasution, Ismail Fahmi Arrauf
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AL-‘ULAMĀ’ WARATHAT AL-ANBIYĀ’: Modernity and Nurture of Authority in Aceh Society Nasution, Ismail Fahmi Arrauf; Miswari, MIswari
Jurnal THEOLOGIA Vol 30, No 2 (2019)
Publisher : Fakulta Ushuluddin dan Humaniora Universitas Islam Negeri Walisongo Semarang, Indonesia

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/teo.2019.30.2.3845


This paper aims to analyze the immunity factor of Acehnese loyalty to the ulama. Generally, if the ulama fail to respond to problems that arise in modernity, they are abandoned by society. Modernization is taking place very quickly in Aceh. In Aceh, even though the ulama were unable to respond to modernity, they were never abandoned by the community. The type of modernization that is the focus of the author's observation is development, politics, and economics which includes banking and trade. Using a qualitative approach, this study finds, that is in Aceh, precisely because the ulama do not respond to modernity, the immunity of loyalty to the ulama can continue. In Aceh, secular-minded society, they give authority to experts in their respective fields. Because the ulama are treated as religious experts, then when they do not respond to other fields such as development, politics, economics and other fields, they become respected. Although only given space in the field of religion, the position of the ulama remains very important in Aceh because religion is a very important part of the life of the Acehnese people
Non-Muslim dalam Arena Ekonomi Islam: Faktor yang Mempengaruhi Minat Menabung pada Bank Syariah di Langsa Aceh. Yusaini, Yusaini; Nasution, Ismail Fahmi Arrauf; Miswari, Miswari
Al-Ulum Vol. 20 No. 1 (2020): Al-Ulum
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Sultan Amai Gorontalo

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.30603/au.v20i1.819


This article aims to analyze the factors that influence the interest of non-Muslims in Langsa Aceh to save in sharia banks. This study with non-Muslim samples in Langsa Aceh uses field research with a focus on interviews and observations to find data. Furthermore, the data is reduced and processed with rules that have been determined in the field research system. The findings of this study indicate four important factors that influence the interest of non-Muslims in Langsa Aceh to save in sharia banks. First is knowledge factor, second is location factor, third is promotion factor, and fourth is environmental factor. An important recommendation from this research is that sharia banks realize the enthusiasm of non-Muslims to save in sharia banks so that they become a focus of promotion and socialization. Sharia banks must offer an objective system of the advantages of the Islamic banking system.
Argumentasi Hadis Untuk Toleransi Nasution, Ismail Fahmi Arrauf; Miswari, Miswari
Millati: Journal of Islamic Studies and Humanities Vol 4, No 2 (2019): Islam Indonesia yang Damai dan Bermartabat
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Salatiga

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.18326/mlt.v4i2.208-227


This article has two tasks; First, exploring the hadith which is the basis of Islamic arguments for religious tolerance; The second builds the hadith argument for tolerance. Researchers found in the popular hadith codification such as Shahih Bukhari and Shahih Muslim, explicitly difficult to find hadith tolerance. This problem is the basis of the building arguments for the perception that Islam does not teach tolerance, Islam is not a tolerant religion. Researchers find tolerance hadiths in popular codification more than the themes of mu’amalah and social relations. Tolerance hadiths are very much found in the theme of the faith. From tolerance traditions found to be able to roast the perception of Islam is not a tolerant religion. Researchers build Islamic arguments for tolerance based on tolerance traditions that have been collected. Researchers found that Islam is a religion that is peaceful and puts forward tolerant attitudes in religion and social life. Islam as other religions is present as a religion that calls for good and forbids from bad attitudes and actions. Bad attitudes and actions arise from the selfhood of humans who come out of fitrah
ADDIN Vol 11, No 2 (2017): ADDIN
Publisher : LPPM IAIN Kudus

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21043/addin.v11i2.3356


Wahdatul Wujud or Unity of Being is a sufi doctrine that is in accordance with the well-known, inclusive and permissive views of the people of Nusantara. The teaching has proven to be an important part in realizing the peaceful and harmonious civilization of the Islamic archipelago. Unfortunately when orthodox theology doctrines which nuanced exclusive and radical dominated the Muslim intellectual discourse of archipelago, the doctrine of Wahdatul Wujud become excluded and even terminated from the stage of Islamic intellectualism of archipelago. This paper wants to evaluate critically the work of Ibrahim Kurani, Ithaf ad-Dhaki bi Shahr at-Tuhfah al-Mursalah ila an-Nabi which was written intentionally to explain the papers of Muhammad Fadhullah al-Burhanpuri entitled at-Tuhfah al-Mursalah ila an-Nabi Which discusses the teachings of Wahdatul Wujud that had been spread in the archipelago. This Ibrahim Kurani’s works is necessasry to be evaluated though it is generally accepted as the synthesis of Wahdatul Wujud according to orthodox theology, but  factually it has a very significant role in reducing this doctrine so that Wahdatul Wujud becomes a foreign doctrine in the archipelago. In this study the authors found some epistemological and academic error committed by Ibrahim Kurani to the doctrine of Wahdatul Wujud in his book. The author expects Wahdatul Wujud could be revived in scientific and academic discourse as a solution to counter the teachings of exclusive and radical Islam in order to realize a peaceful and democratic Islam as had happened in the history of Islamic civilization in archipelago.
Toward Islamic Psychology: Understanding of Mental Illness from Qur'anic Verses Katimin, Katimin; Abidin, Zainal; Nasution, Adelina; Nasution, Ismail Fahmi Arrauf
AL QUDS : Jurnal Studi Alquran dan Hadis Vol 5, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Curup

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.29240/alquds.v5i1.2482


This article discusses an interpretation of the Qur’an by Abdullah Saeed using the contextual interpretation model. However, this paper will focus on how Abdullah Saeed developed the concept of the hierarchy of values inspired by Fazlur Rahman's thought, which discussed the problem hierarchy of values as general principles. However, Fazlur Rahman did not provide specific devices to develop the hierarchy of values. Abdullah Saeed developed and formulated the concept hierarchy of values into five levels, including obligatory values, fundamental values, protective values, implementational values, and instructional values. The five hierarchies of values become a complete unified frame as an effort to the contextual interpretation of the Qur’an, especially the ethico-legal verses that mostly fill the daily life of most Muslims based on the understanding of maqashid al-sharia and the concept of good deeds. This study uses a descriptive analysis method and hermeneutic analysis techniques to apply the concept hierarchy of values in the Qur’anic interpretation. The results of this paper are in the contextual interpretation of QS. Al-Hujurat verses 1-18 contain the five hierarchical levels of values that have been specifically conceived by Abdullah Saeed
The Legality Of Miras (Khamr) in Al-Quran Persfective (Comparative Study of The Tafsir Al-Maraghy, Al-Misbah, and Al-Qurthubi) Roni, Muhammad; Nasution, Ismail Fahmi Arrauf
FITRAH: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu-ilmu Keislaman Vol 7, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : IAIN Padangsidimpuan

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24952/fitrah.v7i1.3685


The discourse on the legality of alcohol in Indonesia has become a hot topic of controversy among various community. The supporters claim that the legality of alcohol is part of local wisdom so it deserves to be legalized. Meanwhile, the majority of Indonesian muslims have rejected this policy with various approaches. This turmoil is interesting to study in order to ground the Qur’an which has long forbidden khamar to be traded. This study used a phenomenological method which is based on the interpretation of the Qur'an, especially the thematic comparisons by the Tafsir Al-Maraghy, Al-Misbah, and Al-Qurthubi. There were three concluding phases of this study; First, the process of forbidding khamar in the Qur'an has certain phases and levels before it is totally prohibited. Second, the most dominant advantage of khamar is only in terms of trading, while the rest has more disadvantages. Third, khamr still applies to emergencies such as medical needs, alchemy, medicine and perfumes. In essence, the legality of alcohol which is to be consumed (drunkenness) is forbidden in Islam.
Applying Ibn ʿArabī's Concept of Tajallī: A Sufi Approach to Environmental Ethics Irawan, Bambang; Nasution, Ismail Fahmi Arrauf; Coleman, Hywel
Teosofia: Indonesian Journal of Islamic Mysticism Vol 10, No 1 (2021)
Publisher : Fakultas Ushuluddin dan Humaniora - UIN Walisongo Semarang

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/tos.v10i1.7204


This article examines the Sufi concept of tajallī and its application to environmental ethics. This study usesdescriptive and productive interpretation to analyze the data which are extracted from the main works of Ibn ͑Arabī, namely Fuṣūṣ al-Ḥikam and al-Futūḥāt al-Makkīyah. It finds that Ibn ʿArabī’s concept of tajallī can be understood not only in its philosophical sense but also in its spiritual and moral sense to develop a new approach to environmental ethics. This research has valid implications for taking a new direction in the study of mystic Islam and environmental ethic by incorporating tajallī and other Sufi doctrines such as waḥdatu-l-wujūd, maḥabbah, and maʿrifah.