Jalsah : The Journal of Al-quran and As-sunnah Studies

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EISSN : 2809-0594
Published by: IIQ An Nur Yogyakarta (10.37252)
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Muhamad Jamaludin, Nur Aini, Ahmad Sihabul Millah
Jalsah : The Journal of Al-quran and As-sunnah Studies, Volume 1, pp 45-61; https://doi.org/10.37252/jqs.v1i1.129

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The interpretation of Surah al-Kafirun today is found to be a little disturbing for religious people, both among religions and between religious communities. Especially after the largest Islamic organization in Indonesia, namely Nahdatul 'Ulama which issued bahtsul masail results about non-Muslims who are not infidels. Netizens are busy blaspheming and identifying non-Muslims as not even infidels to the point of stating that the meaning of the letter al-Kafirun today is no longer relevant. To answer this question, the author compiles Roland Barthes' theory of semiotics into this letter of al-Kafirun. The author interprets this letter of al-Kafirun using two levels of semiotics. The first level of semiotics analyzes linguistics or language. Meanwhile, the second level semiotics analyzes the connotative meaning in the text by revealing the mythical characteristics of the verse as stated in Roland Barthes' semiotic theory.
A’An Mujibur Rohman
Jalsah : The Journal of Al-quran and As-sunnah Studies, Volume 1, pp 62-75; https://doi.org/10.37252/jqs.v1i1.130

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In the world of Islamic intellectuals, Al-Ghazali is one of the Sufistic figures who understands Islam very well. Arguments and ways of thinking about philosophy, monotheism and others were able to become a bridge for Muslims in that era. But apart from the intellectual prowess of al-Ghazali can not be separated from the criticism of his thinking. Some scholars at that time tried to criticize al-Ghazali's thoughts, especially about the hadith arguments that he used in Islamic law. Some scholars' considered that al-Ghazali used the hadith maudlu'. This is as seen in one of his monumental works, Ihya 'Ulum ad-Din, both for the purpose of at-targhib (providing motivation) and at-tarhib (scaring), and/or fadhail al-a'mal (the virtue of attitude/ behavior). It is interesting to briefly examine the epistemological framework of hadith in al-Ghazali's thought, which according to some scholars' has a tasahhul (loose) attitude in terms of hadith transmission, thus drawing criticism from some scholars and even orientalists, and the basis held by al-Ghazali in narrating and using hadiths that are af and even willing' quality, especially those related to haram and halal. However, this monumental book by al-Ghazali is considered a very great book in its era until now because it includes various types of knowledge.
Aaviy Lailaa Kholily
Jalsah : The Journal of Al-quran and As-sunnah Studies, Volume 1, pp 28-44; https://doi.org/10.37252/jqs.v1i1.128

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This paper will try to examine al-Ibriz's interpretation and Jalalain's interpretation with an intertextual approach, but within the scope of the researcher, the researcher will only try to examine the Surah Maryam verses 1 to 15 with the formulation of the problem, first: What are the elements of Jalalain's interpretation contained in the interpretation al-Ibriz on the interpretation of the letter Maryam verses 1 to 15? Second: What are the principles used by K.H Bisyri Mustafa in processing Jalalain's interpretation as his hypogram text on the interpretation of Maryam verses 1 to 15? From the results of the analysis, the researchers found the elements of Jalalain's interpretation contained in al-Ibriz contained in verses 1,3,5,6,7,12, and 13. As for the principles used to process the hypogram, several principles were found, namely the principle of transformation , haplology, expansion and parallel.
Fahrudin Fahrudin
Jalsah : The Journal of Al-quran and As-sunnah Studies, Volume 1, pp 23-35; https://doi.org/10.37252/jqs.v1i1.127

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This article discusses the thoughts of Hizb ut -Tahrir (HT) on the hadith of the Prophet, especially in relation to the Khilafah. In HT's belief that the hadith of the Prophet related to the baiat and the caliphate is an Islamic teaching that must be fought for, because the Islamic caliphate system has been applied by the Prophet and the khulafaurasyidin and is a concrete proof of the welfare of human life and harmony experienced by society in his time because of upholding Islamic law in kaffah. To be able to describe how HT's view of the hadith, the author collected good literary data from the writings of Taqiyudin al Nabhani himself who was a central figure in the HT group and did not miss the thoughts of his followers or those who opposed HT's own thoughts. . After the author collected some of the necessary data, the author then read and analyzed the thought flow of Hizb ut -Tahrir. By using descriptive analytical methods that eventually produce conclusions based on the results of studies on existing data
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