Tanzil: Jurnal Studi Al-Quran

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ISSN / EISSN : 2460-917X / 2503-0612
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Ahmad Agus Salim, Hazmi Ihkamuddin
Tanzil: Jurnal Studi Al-Quran, Volume 4, pp 95-106; https://doi.org/10.20871/tjsq.v4i2.181

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The Qur'an is the Kalāmullāh which was revealed by Jibril to the Prophet Muḥammad Saw. as a guide for those who are pious, in understanding it is not enough just to translate. So, in need of special knowledge, namely the science of interpretation. The interpretation of the Qur'an always develops every era, this is proven by the many works of interpretation that have emerged from the classical to the modern period. In addition, the scholars of the Qur'an have different opinions in dividing the periodization of the development of the interpretation of the Qur'an, either in three, four, or six periodizations,like Ḥusein Al-Dhahabī, Fahd Al-Rūmi, Ṣalāh Al-Khālidī, and Rotraud Wieland. For this reason, in this simple paper, it will be specifically explained about the development of the interpretation of the modern period which includes, socio-political and religious conditions, the background of the emergence of renewal, the characteristics of interpretation, sources, methods, styles, systematic interpretation, famous commentators of the modern period, and analysis. the validity of the interpretation in that period.
Salim Rahmatullah, Mohd. Shafiee Bin Hamzah
Tanzil: Jurnal Studi Al-Quran, Volume 4, pp 119-134; https://doi.org/10.20871/tjsq.v4i2.208

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Many Scholars in the archipelago have done the teaching of Quranic sciencies, for example tajwid science. One of them is Maulana Sheikh Tuan Guru Kiai Hajj Muhammad Zainuddin Abdul Madjid. This charismatic scholar who is from Lombok, Nusa Tenggara Barat has the book under the title, Nazam Batu Ngompal. However, this book is not as popular as the books of other scholars in Indonesia. Thus, this article tries to describe and see the superior or unique side, and the shortcomings, as a form of popularization in the archipelago. This article is a qualitative article that uses the interview method and literature review in collecting data, which is then analyzed and described. As a result, there are five unique features of Nazam Batu Ngompal: First, the uniqueness of the name, which is different from the Nusantara books in general. Second, it is written in three languages: Arabic, Indonesian, and Sasak. Third, written using Arabic-Jawi or Arabic-Pegon script. Fourth, the dominant language is Indonesian but arranged according to Arudh Science. Fifth, it contains messages about the importance of recitation and learning from the experts. Meanwhile, the drawback is that there is a need for a broad consultation.
Muhammad Himmatur Riza, Vika Rachmania Hidayah
Tanzil: Jurnal Studi Al-Quran, Volume 4, pp 83-94; https://doi.org/10.20871/tjsq.v4i2.186

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Muhammad Quraish Shihab is one of the scholars and scholars of Indonesian Muslims who pursue the field of interpretation of the Qur'an. His works have contributed to the development of science in Indonesia, especially in the field of the Qur'an. Of his many works, Tafsir Al-Mishbāh: The Message, Impressions and Harmony of the Qur'an is a Masterpiece that makes his name soaring as one of the muffasir Indonesia, which is able to write the interpretation of the Qur'an 30 Juz from volumes 1 to 15. The interpretation in Q.S Al-Aḥzāb verse 59 Quraish Shihab interprets by revealing asbāb al-nuzūlverse, that before this verse came down the way of dressing women either slaves or free women is the same, therefore men with striped noses often interfere with suspecting all such women are slaves. In order to preserve the honor of the free woman, the verse goes down. According to Quraysh Shihab, in addition to differences between the scholars, Q.S Al-Aḥzāb verse 59 does not command women to wear the hijab, on the grounds that the above verses come down as they already wear the hijab, it's just that the way to wear it has not been obeyed as the verse.
Achmad Soib
Tanzil: Jurnal Studi Al-Quran, Volume 4, pp 107-118; https://doi.org/10.20871/tjsq.v4i2.203

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This research aims to discuss the interpretation of Surah Al-Kāfirūn that is contextualized in a pluralistic society. Motivated by increase in cases of conflict in the name of religion caused by intolerance, radicals, even discriminatory and sentimental actions against other groups. This article on the contextualization of Surah Al-Kāfirūn amid in religious pluralism with a ma‘na cum maghzā approach aims to provide an understanding and explanation of moderation in religion, such as: The values of tolerance inter-religious, as well as infidels freedom should be guaranteed, both individually and in groups, to practice in worship or social-religious rites according to their respective beliefs without disturbing and hurting each other, either by word or deed. Through the ma‘na cum maghzā approach, the contextualization of Q.S Al-Kāfirūn provides more explanations to be practiced in a pluralistic society. The author hypothesizes that every claim to the truth of his religion is still needed as a form of affirmation of the identity of his belief, but this is not allowed in the aspect of communication between extra-religious, that inter-religious people can live in harmony and peace. Furthermore, this article tries to formulate the values of tolerance in Q.S Al-Kāfirūn or eliminate religious conflicts in a plural society and radicalism by using the theory of ma‘na cum maghzā.
Dwi Elok Fardah, Maula Sari
Tanzil: Jurnal Studi Al-Quran, Volume 4, pp 71-82; https://doi.org/10.20871/tjsq.v4i2.194

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One of the Islamic religious thinkers who has contributed to the contemporary era is Muhammad Syahrur. Syahrur argues that in understanding the verse, it is not always fixed on traditional interpretation. On Q.S Āli ‘Imrān [3]: 14in interpreting the word nisā’ which according to him, the word if it is interpreted as "adult woman" is not appropriate at this time. This study uses a library research approach and uses a semantic method. Syahrur also uses the term lā tarādduf theory, namely the anti-synonymity theory in which the theory is that one word has several meanings according to the context of the verse. Syahrur pointed out that the position of women is equal to that of men, so that women are not considered as objects of oppression and are equalized with objects.
Kerwanto Kerwanto
Tanzil: Jurnal Studi Al-Quran, Volume 4, pp 29-40; https://doi.org/10.20871/tjsq.v4i1.174

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This article tries to explain Al-Quran Hermeneutics (takwil) in the perspective of Mullā Ṣadrā. The core issue discussed in this article is the presentation of three theories that form the basic foundation of Al-Qur'an hermeneutics (takwil) in the Mullā Ṣadrā’s perspective: first, the level of meaning of the Qur'an; second, his view of clear (muḥkām) and vague (mutashābihāt) verses; third, his belief in the harmony between reason and revelation. Another interesting discussion that readers will find when reading this article is an explanation of the unique characteristics of Mullā Ṣadrā's interpretation, as well as Mullā Ṣadra's criticism and moderate attitude towards the various classifications of exegetical methodologies used by the commentators. Meanwhile, in the process of applying the interpretation, he invites us to explore the esoteric meaning (bāṭin) as deeply as possible, without leaving the exoteric meaning (ẓāhir).
Irfan Fajar Ramadhan
Tanzil: Jurnal Studi Al-Quran, Volume 4, pp 1-10; https://doi.org/10.20871/tjsq.v4i1.171

Azam Bahtiar
Tanzil: Jurnal Studi Al-Quran, Volume 4, pp 57-70; https://doi.org/10.20871/tjsq.v4i1.176

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This paper tries to prove that differences in interpretation of the Al-Qur’an are necessary and inevitable. Even if it we can assume that the reading of the text can be free from ideological intervention and the tendency of commentators, differences in interpretation will still exist. To prove it, the author proposes and examines a linguistic phenomenon known as al-aḍdād or contranym. Using a number of muktabar and standard traditional commentaries, this paper examines six contranym entries that appear in the text of the Al-Qur’an, and shows their implications for differences in interpretation—both differences called tanawwu'ī (variative) and taḍādd (contradictory).
Fatimah Isyti Karimah, Nurul Khair
Tanzil: Jurnal Studi Al-Quran, Volume 4, pp 41-56; https://doi.org/10.20871/tjsq.v4i1.175

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This article is a literature review of the Al-Amthāl fī Tafsīr Kitāb al-Munazzal about piety of Ahlulbait by analyzing Q.S Al-Insān verses 5-10. The purpose of the analysis of Ahlulbait's piety in Q.S Al-Insān verses 5-10 is to explain the characteristics of a representative figure after the Prophet Muhammad that can eliminate the notion that there is a dichotomy between individual piety and social piety. This article will talk about the meaning of Ahlulbait's piety to explain the characteristics of al-Abrār which are described in Q.S Al-Insān verses 5-10. By using the descriptive historical method, the conclusion is that the piety of Ahlulbait reflected in Q.S Al-Insān verses 5-10 produces the characteristics of al-Abrār, carrying out vows perfectly, fearing the Day of Judgment, ith'am activities carried out to all elements of society, sincere in doing everything, only hope for Allah's pleasure alone and fear Allah on the day of Judgment. These five characteristics are related to one another to form a complete piety of the figure of Ahlulbait.
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