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Tafsir Al-Quran di Medsos

Dunia berubah dengan sangat cepat. Dulu, kita harus berangkat ke majelis taklim untuk menyimak para ustaz atau kiai mengajar tafsir Al-Quran. Tetapi, kini para ulama yang mendatangi kita lewat gagdet. Kita bisa mengaji di mana saja, saat tengah terjebak macet, menunggu antrean panjang di bank, kafe, bahkan tempat tidur sesaat sebelum terlelap. Cara baru dalam berdakwah ini tentunya memudahkan bagi kita. Ada banyak sekali kajian-kajian Islam yang dengan gampang disebarluaskan lewat sekali klik. Tetapi, apakah semua yang kita baca lewat medos itu benar? Apakah kita bisa memilah mana kajian yang benar atau sekadar hoax? Prof. H. Nadirsyah Hosen, Ph.D. atau yang akrab dipanggil Gus Nadir, secara aktif mengamati fenomena para penafsir ayat Al-Quran yang semata mengandalkan terjemahan dan mengambil rujukan melalui medsos daripada kitab tafsir klasik dan modern. Beberapa di antaranya bahkan salah kaprah karena tidak memahami sejarah di balik turunnya ayat-ayat tersebut. Maka, melalui buku ini, Gus Nadir akan mengajak kita untuk betul-betul memahami konteks agar semakin menghayati dan memahami kitab suci. Tak hanya itu, kita akan dipandu untuk memahami metode-metode tafsir dan mengenal para penafsir Al-Quran di sepanjang peradaban Islam. [Mizan, Bentang Pustaka, Bentang Bunyan, Indonesia, Agama, Islam, Kitab, Religi, Rohani]

Al-Syekh Al-Faqih Al-Imam Al-'alim Al-'amil Al-muhaddits Abu Abdullah
Muhammad bin Ahmad bin Abi Bakr bin Farh Al-Anshari Al-Khazraji Al-Andalusi
Al-Qurthubi Al-Maliki. Beliau biasa dikenal dengan nama Imam Al-Qurthubi yang
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Modern Perspectives on Islamic Law

'This book presents an invaluable contribution to the debate on the compatibility of Islam and modernity. It is full of arguments and examples showing how Islam can be understood in line with modern life, human rights, democracy, the rule of law, civil society and pluralism. The three authors come from different countries, represent different gender perspectives and have a Shia, a Sunni and a non-Muslim background respectively which makes the book a unique source of information and inspiration.' Irmgard Marboe, University of Vienna, Austria This well-informed book explains, reflects on and analyses Islamic law, not only in the classical legal tradition of Sharia, but also its modern, contemporary context. The book explores the role of Islamic law in secular Western nations and reflects on the legal system of Islam in its classical context as applied in its traditional homeland of the Middle East and also in South East Asia. Written by three leading scholars from three different backgrounds: a Muslim in the Sunni tradition, a Muslim in the Shia tradition, and a non-Muslim woman the book is not only unique, but also enriched by differing insights into Islamic law. Sir William Blair provides the foreword to a book which acknowledges that Islam continues to play a vital role not just in the Middle East but across the wider world, the discussion on which the authors embark is a crucial one. The book starts with an analysis of the nature of Islamic law, its concepts, meaning and sources, as well as its development in different stages of Islamic history. This is followed by accounts of how Islamic law is being practised today. Key modern institutions are discussed, such as the parliament, judiciary, dar al-ifta, political parties, and other important organizations. It continues by analysing some key concepts in our modern times: nation-state, citizenship, ummah, dhimmah (recognition of the status of certain non-Muslims in Islamic states), and the rule of law. The book investigates how in recent times, more and more fatwas are issued collectively rather than emanating from an individual scholar. The authors then evaluate how Islamic law deals with family matters, economics, crime, property and alternative dispute resolution. Lastly, the book revisits certain contemporary issues of debate in Islamic law such as the burqa, halal food, riba (interest) and apostasy. Modern Perspectives on Islamic Law will become a standard scholarly text on Islamic law. Its wide-ranging coverage will appeal to researchers and students of Islamic law, or Islamic studies in general. Legal practitioners will also be interested in the comparative aspects of Islamic law presented in this book.

[that] those are the ones whom God has guided, and those are the ones who are
indeed people of wisdom (ulul al-bab).1 Islamic law is the world's third major
legal system, after the common and civil law systems. Although the Quran and
Sunna are the original sources of Islamic law, the Islamic legal system has
evolved many other sources, methodologies and perspectives. Like any other
legal system, the Islamic legal system has developed over many centuries in
various Muslim ...

Shari'a & Constitutional Reform in Indonesia

This book focuses on constitutional reform in Indonesia (1999-2002) from the perspective of shari'a. The study reveals one possible picture of how Islam and constitutionalism can co-exist in the same vision, not without risk of tension, but with the possibility of success.

The term “rule of law” has no fixed meaning. It originated in normative writings on
law and government, principally by Western authors, and each tailored the term
to fit his or her vision of the “ideal” or “just” state. As a consequence, one recent ...