International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding

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ISSN / EISSN : 2364-5369 / 2364-5369
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Denika Syifa Isnaini, Siswandari Siswandari, Sudiyanto Sudiyanto
International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding, Volume 9, pp 191-198;

The use of learning media is one of the important aspects in the learning process to achieve learning objectives. However, there are still educators who only use conventional learning media so that students feel bored and do not focus on learning activities. From the validation results of material experts obtained 81%, from media experts 81% and 91.67% from the results of student response questionnaires. In conclusion, interactive multimedia adjustment journal material can be a very feasible medium so that it is expected to make it easier for students to understand adjustment journals made using Lectora Inspire.
Hossein Sorayaii Azar
International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding, Volume 9, pp 45-57;

Public law notions seen from shari’a law perspective have not been duly discussed in Islamic countries. In the discourse of rule of law in Islam we are confronted with a dilemma, moral values of a religion are not compatible with the coercive legislative measures. Thus the authentic application of shari’a rules is feasible only if a scientific hermeneutic of shari’a law is adapted to the exigencies of today’s modern life, while the outlook on the boundaries of hermeneutic remains obscure. The first section of this article, introductory discourse, scrutinizes the fallacy of different theories on the notion of justice leading to the concept of “rule of law” in general. The second section focuses on the rule of law in Islam. Concluding ideas are presented in the final section, conclusion.
Fendi Haryono
International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding, Volume 9, pp 149-156;

The dynamics of the legal politics of regulating mineral and coal licensing authorities have undergone significant changes. Initially, the authority was given by law to local governments, and now this authority is taken over by the central government. The purpose of this research is to find out the direction and philosophical basis of the legal politics behind the amendments to the Mineral and Coal Law and its implications for the mining licensing authority. The benefits obtained from research are that some significant changes in mining licensing authority can be identified and the terms and stages. The research method uses normative legal research. The research study results concluded that the centralistic paradigm of granting permits in an integrated manner also marks the shift of regional authority from attribution to delegation authority. Affirming the political direction of mining law is a priority for the central government's authority when several strategic articles have been amended and even eliminated. Amendments to the formulation in Article 4 (mineral and coal control rights) and Article 6 (mining management authority) of the 2020 Mineral and Coal Law show no longer partiality for local governments to allocate mining licensing authority.
Winda Trijayanthi Utama, Asep Sukohar, Dedy Miswar, Samsul Bakri, Agus Setiawan, Tugiyono Tugiyono
International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding, Volume 9, pp 188-199;

In the recent status quo, there are about 20.1 million global confirmed cases and 742 thousand deaths during the COVID19 Global Pandemic. One of the consequences is the significant increase in the development of infectious medical waste, such as old personal protective equipment (PPE). Solid waste management (SWM) has attracted international attention over the years, owing to its ability to ensure the long-term viability of a safe, healthy, green, and clean economy, particularly during worldwide pandemics. The generation of solid trash has increased dramatically in emerging countries as a result of rising population, urbanization, and living standards. Globally, solid waste generation has become a major environmental concern. It has seen a 2.44-fold increase in solid trash during the last decade. More than half of all solid trash is collected, stored, and disposed of.
Shirin Nodirovna Mirzaeva
International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding, Volume 9, pp 471-476;

The article highlights the issues related to the regional specifics of investment activities in the Samarkand region. Formation and improvement of investment attraction mechanisms for the effective conduct of investment activities in the region, presentation of promising project proposals for a business wishing to invest, development and systematic implementation of high-quality projects, mutually beneficial cooperation with foreign partners, scientifically based proposals and recommendations. to create favorable conditions for the activities of investors, to attract investments.
Elnura Gaybulloyevna Kurbanova
International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding, Volume 9, pp 379-383;

In the wisdom of Ahmad Yasawi, the relationship between a murshid and a murid, especially, glorifies being in the service of a pir and a murshid in reaching the close to Allah. If we a closer look at "Divan-i Hikmat" (“The book of wisdom”) reveals Piri Turkestan's schools which he had studied and the state of level when he enjoyed after learning Laduni science. It is even possible to say that the biography of the saint poet, the way of spiritual life can be reconstructed on the basis of which his work "The book of wisdom". An in-depth study and objective assessment of Yasawi's wisdom is one of the most essential issues facing scientists today. Research in this area is particularly essential in Turkey. This article analyzes the views of Turkish scholars on the murshid Yusuf Hamadoni who led Ahmad Yasawi to the rank of perfection. Moreover, the researches of Turkish scientists were analyzed and a detailed opinion was expressed.
Suhrob Buranov
International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding, Volume 9, pp 319-323;

This article is devoted to the study of some scientific debates about whether Afghanistan belongs to an integral part of Central or South Asia. Despite the different approaches, the aim of the article is to determine Afghanistan’s role as a bridge that connects Central and South Asian regions.
Muhammad Akbar, Arismunandar Arismunandar, Abdullah Sinring
International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding, Volume 9, pp 263-269;

Character building based religious education is believed to have been able to change and transform prisoners. Because religion can function as a guide and control behavior. This study seeks to find a model of character building based on Islam that can be used in coaching activities at the Kolaka State Detention Center.Based on the results of the study, it was found that there was a relationship between religious development and character education. It is this relationship that is trying to be connected into a pattern of coaching models. The coaching model designed is based on several theories, namely character education theory, Islamic education theory, behavior change theory and habituation theory.Based on the results of the synthesis of several theories, a character building model is formulated called the AKBAR Model whose syntax consists of relaxation, presentation, muhasabah, character strengthening, habituation, control and evaluation.
Nofi Sri Utami, Oktavia Rahayu Puspitarini
International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding, Volume 9, pp 200-204;

The COVID-19 pandemic has had a social impact on the world community and Indonesia in particular, causing social inequality in people's lives. Therefore, the role of youth fighters is needed for the welfare of the community. The problem raised in this study is how to form a synergy of young fighters in the welfare of society. The purpose of this study is to analyze the form of synergy of progressive young fighters with the welfare of the community in the era of the covid-19 pandemic. The method used is qualitative. The results of this study obtained a form of synergy of young fighters in community welfare in the form of verifying and validating integrated social welfare data then conducting social mapping, and also conducting social-preneur activities.
Bakti Riza Hidayat, Nurini Aprilianda, Lucky Endrawati
International Journal of Multicultural and Multireligious Understanding, Volume 9, pp 244-251;

This article examines the legal implications of stopping an investigation because the forced defense (noodweer) and emergency defense exceed the limits (noodweer excesses) of the legal framework in Indonesia. This is because there are three cases with different handling. This type of research is normative juridical research with a statutory approach and a case approach. The results of the study indicate that the legal implications of stopping the investigation on grounds of forced defense (noodweer) and emergency defense beyond the limit (noodweer excesses) are the non-realization of the value of legal certainty and the principle of legality which is the basis of criminal law, including material criminal law (criminal law book/KUHP) and criminal law formal (criminal procedure law/KUHAP).
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