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  • HOW TO MAKE ISLAMIC LAW AS THE STATE LEGAL POLICY OF INDONESIA:
           Constitutional and Sociological Arguments

    • Authors: Abu Hapsin
      Pages: 139 - 156
      Abstract: This article aims to answer some questions: what is the meaning of “equal right” and “religious freedom” written in the text of UUD 45' How if, in the name of religious freedom, other people’s rights are offended' how if, in implementing Islamic law, others people’s rights are offended' Indonesian Constitution (UUD 45) gives freedom to every follower of a given religion to concretize his religious convictions in public life provided that, in doing so, the fundamental right of others are not offended. The UUD 45 also gives freedom to every citizen to make his religious convictions or religious teachings become a state legal policy as long as he or she follows the procedural constitution written in the UUD 45. However, after becoming state legal policy, Islamic law can no longer be claimed “Islamic Law”, because it’s now provided for answering the partial question of life, namely how to administer the state. From a sociological point of view, in order that the process of legislation runs smoothly, Islamic Law should first be transformed into living norms. Hence, it will be easier for the society to abide the law which originated from living norms. Since the function of law in maintaining public peace and order depends, for its effectiveness, on the actual social norms of the community, social acceptance is of great importance. Two ways of resolution will be discussed in this article, these are democratic resolution and transforming Islamic Law into social norms.[]Artikel ini bertujuan untuk menjawab beberapa pertanyaan, apa arti "hak yang sama" dan "kebebasan beragama" yang tertulis dalam teks UUD 45' Bagaimana jika atas nama ke­bebasan beragama bersinggungan dengan hak orang lain' Bagaimana pula jika dalam menerapkan hukum Islam mengganggu ataupun mengabaikan hak orang lain' UUD 1945 memberikan kebebasan kepada setiap penganut agama untuk mengekspresikan ke­yakinan agamanya dalam kehidupan publik dengan cacatan tidak mengganggu dan mengabaikan hak orang lain. UUD 1945 juga memberikan kebebasan kepada setiap warga negara untuk membuat keyakinan agama atau ajaran agamanya menjadi ke­bijakan hukum negara selama tetap mengikuti prosedur yang tertulis dalam UUD 1945. Namun, setelah menjadi kebijakan hukum negara, hukum Islam tidak dapat lagi diklaim sebagai "Hukum Islam", karena hukum tersebut telah dibuat dalam rangka mem­berikan solusi terhadap berbagai macam permasalahan dalam kehidupan, lebih tepatnya hukum ter­sebut telah menjadi pengatur sebuah Negara. Dari sudut pandang sosiologis, agar proses perundang-undangan berjalan lancar, Hukum Islam pertama-tama harus diubah menjadi norma hidup sehingga akan lebih mudah bagi masyarakat untuk mematuhi hukum yang berawal dari norma hidup. Karenanya hukum berfungsi dalam menjaga ketertiban publik, dan ini bergantung pada norma sosial yang berlaku pada masyarakat, sehingga akan mudah diterima oleh masyarakat. Dua tawaran solusi akan dibahas dalam artikel ini, yaitu: resolusi demokratis dan meng­ubah Hukum Islam menjadi norma sosial.
      PubDate: 2017-12-01
      DOI: 10.21580/ahkam.2017.27.2.1918
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • ANALISIS PUTUSAN MAHKAMAH KONSTITUSI NO. 68/PUU/XII/2014 KAITANNYA DENGAN
           NIKAH BEDA AGAMA MENURUT HUKUM ISLAM DI INDONESIA

    • Authors: Islamiyati Islamiyati
      Pages: 157 - 178
      Abstract: Background research originated from the Constitutional Court decision No. 68/PUU / XII /2014 rejected the application for judicial review of material (judicial review) Article 2 Paragraph (1) of the Constitution NRI UUP 1945. The goal is to analyze the legal considerations of the decision of the judge of the Constitutional Court No. 68/PUU/XII/2014 and its legal consequences. The judge rejected the applicant because it contradicts the principle of the Godhead, moral values, culture and principles of marriage law in Indonesia. The existence of Islamic law can be reestablished by the interpretation of Article 2 Paragraph (1) UUP properly and constitutionally. The role of the Constitutional Court decision has correlate between religion and state laws are harmonized, and can enforce Islamic law which is based on maqāṣid al-sharī’ah.[]Latar belakang penelitian berawal dari putusan MK No. 68/PUU/XII/2014 yang menolak permohonan uji materiil (judicial review) Pasal 2 Ayat (1) UUP terhadap UUD  1945. Tujuannya untuk menganalisis pertimbangan hukum putusan hakim MK No. 68/PUU/XII/2014 dan akibat hukumnya. Hakim menolak permohonan pemohon karena bertentangan dengan prinsip Ketuhanan, nilai moral, budaya dan prinsip hukum perkawinan di Indonesia. Eksistensi hukum Islam dapat ditegakkan kembali oleh penafsiran Pasal 2 Ayat (1) UUP secara benar dan konstitusional. Peran putusan MK telah mengkorelasikan antara hukum agama dan negara yang harmonis, serta dapat menegakkan hukum Islam yang berpijak pada maqāṣid al-sharī’ah.
      PubDate: 2017-12-01
      DOI: 10.21580/ahkam.2017.27.2.1572
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • THE DIMENSION OF TAWḤĪD IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF ISLAMIC LAW INSTITUTION:
           Quranic Exegesis Perspective

    • Authors: Musahadi HAM
      Pages: 179 - 194
      Abstract: Tawḥīd is an essential vocabulary for Muslims. As the essence of belief in Allah, tawḥīd (monotheism) must be manifested in various aspects of Muslims life including the development of Islamic law institutions. The values of tawḥīd are regarded as the guarantors that the institution can represent the exact pattern for human relations in terms of being servants of God and of being fellow humans. That is why Muslims need to mobilize all intellectual potential in order to build legal institutions having benefits contextually and ethically without ignoring the faith. This paper tries to reconstruct how tawḥīd will be mobilized to fulfill these law expectations based on Qur’an.[]Tawḥīd adalah kosa kata penting bagi umat Islam. Sebagai esensi kepercayaan kepada Allah, tawḥīd (monoteisme) harus diwujudkan dalam berbagai aspek kehidupan umat Islam termasuk pengembangan institusi hukum Islam. Nilai tawḥīd dianggap sebagai penjamin bahwa institusi tersebut dapat mewakili pola pasti hubungan manusia dalam hal menjadi pelayan Tuhan dan sesama manusia. Itulah sebabnya umat Islam perlu memobilisasi semua potensi intelektual agar membangun institusi hukum yang memiliki manfaat secara kontekstual dan etis tanpa mengabaikan keimanan. Tulisan ini mencoba untuk merekonstruksi bagaimana tawḥīd dimobilisasi untuk memenuhi harapan-harapan hukum berdasarkan Qur’an.
      PubDate: 2017-12-01
      DOI: 10.21580/ahkam.2017.27.2.1600
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • POLIGAMI DAN KETIDAKADILAN GENDER DALAM UNDANG-UNDANG PERKAWINAN DI
           INDONESIA

    • Authors: Nur Kholis, Jumaiyah Jumaiyah, Wahidullah Wahidullah
      Pages: 195 - 212
      Abstract: The article 4 clause 2 in the Act Number 1 Year 1974, mentioned that discrimination against women (wife) potentially in increasing the divorce rates. It can be minimized by creating a gender-based mindset, that will be the object of this research. This research will use qualitative methods with normative juridical approach. This research found that: firstly, that the Act Number 1 Year 1974 and its derivative laws such as Compilation of Islamic Law (KHI), has not reach yet the Pancasila values and also justice and humanity as the main mission of law. Secondly, the political configuration in the drafting of laws and “black and white” in understanding of religious texts are contribute to creating injustice. Thirdly, the justice is one of the goals of the law, so discrimination must be eliminated. This research provides a recommendation that polygamy in article 4 clause 2 in the Act Number 1 Year 1974 must be removed, and become the principle of monogamy absolutely.[]Diskriminasi terhadap perempuan (Isteri), sebagaimana tertuang pada Pasal 4 ayat 2 UU No. 1 Tahun 1974, berpotensi menciptakan tingginya angka perceraian. Meminimalisasi hal tersebut dengan membangun pemikiran berbasis keadilan gender merupakan tujuan dalam penelitian ini. Adapun metode yang dipilih adalah kualitatif dengan pendekatan yuridis-normatif. Hasil penelitian yang ditemukan; Pertama, bahwa UU No. 1 Tahun 1974 beserta perundang-undangan turunannya seperti KHI, masih jauh dari nilai-nilai Pancasila dan misi utama hukum; yaitu nilai keadilan dan kemanusiaan. Kedua, konfigurasi politik dalam produksi UU Perkawinan dan pemahaman teks agama yang “hitam-putih” adalah kontributor terciptanya ketidakadilan. Ketiga, salah satu tujuan hukum adalah keadilan, maka bentuk-bentuk diskriminasi harus dihapuskan. Artikel ini merekomendasikan penghapusan poligami dalam pasal 4 ayat 2 UU No.1 Tahun 1974, dan menjadikan monogami bersifat mutlak.
      PubDate: 2017-12-01
      DOI: 10.21580/ahkam.2017.27.2.1971
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • IMPLEMENTASI TITIK KOORDINAT TENGAH KABUPATEN ATAU KOTA DALAM PERHITUNGAN
           JADWAL WAKTU SALAT

    • Authors: Moelki Fahmi Ardliansyah
      Pages: 213 - 240
      Abstract: Study literature of Islamic Astronomy in case prayer times, is less from getting specific attention. Furthermore, the schedule of prayer times is very complex. Such as its still being distributed in form converting one to another area. It should be computed based on each district or city. Appearing new case that is coordinates point data (latitude and longitude) where used as center point computations. This thesis is researched the effect and importance implementation of center coordinate point from district or city in the determining of prayer times schedule. The research used mathemathic analytic descriptive and comparative analysis methods. With purpose to know in detail the comparation result from prayer times computations using center coordinate point and otherwise. The result of research shows the effect prayer times schedule can be applied for one district or city area. Meanwhile, computed prayer times schedule that use another center point coordinate not exactly can be applied in one district or city area. Though coordinate different value more than 0,5° and its position located in the south and east center coordinate point. Center coordinate point must be applied because at the base this coordinate point have been considered geographical aspect. Where in width side for the north, south, east and west have been considered and have the equilibrium distance.[]Kajian studi Astronomi Islam dalam persoalan waktu salat kurang mendapat perhatian khusus. Padahal persoalan jadwal waktu salat sangat komplek, seperti masih beredarnya jadwal waktu salat yang dikonversi dari satu daerah ke daerah lain. Sudah seharusnya jadwal waktu salat disusun berdasarkan kabupaten atau kota masing-masing. Persoalan baru yang muncul adalah data titik koordinat (lintang dan bujur) mana yang akan digunakan sebagai acuan perhitungannya. Dalam tulisan ini meneliti dampak dan perlunya implementasi titik koordinat tengah kabupaten atau kota dalam perhitungan jadwal waktu salat. Penelitian ini menggunakan metode deskriptif analitis matematis dan analisis komparatif, yang bertujuan untuk mengetahui secara detail hasil perbandingan perhitungan jadwal waktu salat dengan menggunakan titik koordinat tengah dan selain titik koordinat tengah. Penelitian ini menemukan bahwa, dampaknya jadwal waktu salat dapat diberlakukan untuk satu wilayah kabupaten atau kota. Sedangkan jadwal waktu salat yang diperhitungkan menggunakan selain titik koordinat tengah belum tentu dapat diberlakukan untuk satu wilayah kabupaten atau kota, apalagi selisih koordinatnya diatas 0,5° dan posisinya berada di sebelah selatan dan timur  dari titik koordinat tengah. Titik koordinat tengah perlu diimplementasikan, karena pada dasarnya titik koordinat ini telah mempertimbangkan aspek geografis. Dimana dalam segi luas untuk bagian utara, selatan dan timur, barat nya telah dipertimbangkan dan jaraknya pun seimbang.
      PubDate: 2017-12-01
      DOI: 10.21580/ahkam.2017.27.2.1981
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 2 (2017)
       
  • KOREKSI KETINGGIAN TEMPAT TERHADAP FIKIH WAKTU SALAT: Analisis Jadwal
           Waktu Salat Kota Bandung

    • Authors: Encep Abdul Rojak, Amrullah Hayatudin, Muhammad Yunus
      Pages: 241 - 266
      Abstract: Prayer time is locality in accordance with geographic data. For one geographical data will result one of prayer time. But there are different things with this general rule, namely the phenomenon of maghrib twice during Ramadan 1437 H. / 2016 M. in Bandung. There are two prayer schedule format that developed at that time, which is schedule issued by the Ministry of Religious West Java Regional Office (Kemenag) and schedule sourced by online of the Central of Ministry of Religious Affairs. Bandung has elevated above 600 meters mean sea level, but not located on the beach. Such circumstances make different ijtihad scholars of elevation data in the calculation of the prayer times. According to scholars of the city, Bandung has a elevation above 600 meters mean sea level, in the calculation of the maghrib prayer time must take into calculation the height of the place. This is to get results that match the real conditions. Kemenag and BHRD West Java  using real data in the calculation of prayer times. This schedule is much used as a reference by mosques such as the Great Mosque of al-Ukhuwah Bandung, Mosque PUSDAI, Trans Studio Mosque Bandung, and Masjid Istiqomah Bandung.[]Awal waktu salat bersifat lokalitas sesuai dengan data geografis. Untuk satu data geografis akan menghasilkan satu waktu salat. Namun ada hal yang berbeda dengan kaidah umum ini, yaitu terjadi fenomena adzan maghrib dua kali pada saat Ramadhan 1437 H. / 2016 M. di Kota Bandung. Ada dua format jadwal salat yang berkembang saat itu, yaitu jadwal yang dikeluarkan oleh Kemenag Kanwil Jawa Barat dan jadwal yang bersumber dari sistem online Kementrian Agama Pusat. Diantara jadwal tersebut, ada yang menggunakan data ketinggian tempat dan ada pula yang mengabaikannya. Bandung memiliki ketinggian tempat di atas 600 meter dpl, namun tidak terletak di sisi pantai. Keadaan seperti ini menjadikan ulama ilmu falak berbeda ijtihad dalam penggunaan data ketinggian tempat dalam perhitungan awal waktu salat magrib. Menurut ulama falak, kota Bandung yang memiliki ketinggian tempat di atas 600 meter dpl, dalam perhitungan awal waktu salat Magrib harus memperhitungkan ketinggian tempat. Hal ini untuk mendapatkan hasil yang sesuai dengan kondisi real di lapangan. Kemenag dan BHRD Jawa Barat menggunakan data real dalam perhitungan awal waktu salat. Jadwal ini banyak dijadikan acuan oleh masjid-masjid yang besar seperti Masjid Agung al-Ukhuwah Bandung, Masjid PUSDAI, Masjid Agung Trans Studio Bandung, dan Masjid Istiqomah Bandung.
      PubDate: 2017-12-01
      DOI: 10.21580/ahkam.2017.27.2.1858
      Issue No: Vol. 27, No. 2 (2017)
       
 
 
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