JIHAD DALAM AL-QURAN PERSPEKTIF MODEMIS DAN FUNDAMENTALIS

MUHAMMAD CHIRZIN , - (2003) JIHAD DALAM AL-QURAN PERSPEKTIF MODEMIS DAN FUNDAMENTALIS. Jurnal Hermeneia\Vol-2-No-1-2003.

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Abstract

Jihad comprises one of the thought discourses of the modernists and fundamentalists in moslem society. Modernism exegeses Islam in the light of rational approaches to adjust it to the change in modern world and tries to harmonize religion and modernization in moslem world. Meanwhile fundamentalism calls for moslem community to back to fundamental Islamic principles, in the sense that the Islamic teaching is complete and all-embracing. It is not necessarily interpreted in the context of social change. According to the modernists, which are represented by Muhammad Rasyid Ridha, jihad is meant as all endeavors of the believer to enact the truth, right, and glory, as well as against the batil Mukmin's jihad is to face himself by detaching from lust drives and guide him to follow the truth; strive to encounter sin-doers by preaching, and giving alms either wealth or body. According to Sayyid Quthb's notion, as one of the representatives of the fundamentalist, jihad comprises a struggle to destroy every power that hinder Islam way; to free humand being to decide belief faqidahj, to upgrade Allah's manhaj in the world; to realize truth, maslahah, and to develop community. To sum up, the interpretation of jihad in the light of the modernist is inclusive and relevant to the context of Indonesian society nowadays, meanwhile that of the fundamentalist that tends to be exclusive apparently is not apt to the hereness context.

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: jihad, modemis, fundamentalis
Subjects: Hermeneia Jurnal
Divisions: E-Journal
Depositing User / Editor: Edi Prasetya [edi_hoki]
Date Deposited: 25 Jun 2013 15:11
Last Modified: 13 Jan 2017 07:53
URI: http://digilib.uin-suka.ac.id/id/eprint/8391

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