Konstantinopel : Peradaban yang Dijanjijkan


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Sejarah telah membuatku bangkit menuju antusiasme tanpa henti. Membacanya menuntunku pada imaji berat yang membuatku selalu iri untuk merasakan hidup di zaman itu, zaman Muhammad Al Fatih.Read More »

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Rejecting Fallacy Perception: The Unity And Suitability Of Human Rights In Islamic Law


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Abstract

Islam first entered Indonesia in the range of the 7th century until the 19th century through Gujarat, Persian, and Arabic, than human rights which began to become popular in 19th century. Human rights have been developing in Indonesia through political organizations and then been understood as an implementation of the principles of Pancasila which is the foundation of the state and the ideology of Indonesian through the Republic of Indonesia president’s speech in 1990. In various studies, Islamic law and human rights have always misused by irresponsible parties to be blasted with the reality of law and culture in Indonesia. Human rights in Islam are based on Shari’a and come from Allah Swt. It is different from human rights which are made by human-being that is a liberal product and often misused. Human rights in Islam aim to uphold justice however penalty for the violation is considered too cruel and unfair. Whereas, indeed Islamic law is to protect human rights if we want to study further. Islam had already been giving its culture and Shari’a in Indonesia which was being in transition of Buddhist and Hindu kingdoms collapse and establishment of the Islamic empire. Since that time, Shari’a and Islamic way of life has come to dominate public life of Nusantara’s citizens and human rights values ​​have been merged into one in the comprehensiveness of Islamic law. Islam and its teachings can not be separated from humanity values – in this case in human rights – as well as human rights which their basic and goal are the same with Islamic law.

Keywords: Islam, human rights, law, Shari’a, human-being

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