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Journal : Mazahibuna: Jurnal Perbandingan Mazhab

Talkīn Dead Before and After Buried; an Analysis of the al-Shafi'i and Maliki Schools of Thought Muhammad Tabran; Abdul Halim Talli
Mazahibuna: Jurnal Perbandingan Mazhab VOLUME 3 ISSUE 2, DECEMBER 2021
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/mh.v3i2.22003


This article examines the analysis of the views of the al-Shafi'i and Maliki schools on the talqīn of the dead before and after being buried. The type of research used by the author in this study is a qualitative research type, which is a type of research that brings library research data sources in the form of books or other scientific works. using a normative approach (shari'a), which is an approach to the problem that will be studied based on texts in the Qur’an, Sunnah, and Ijmak of the scholars and obtained from various literatures related to the problems that the author will discuss, both sourced from primary and secondary data. secondary data. The results of this study found differences in views between the scholars of the al-Shafi'i School and the Maliki School regarding the legal status of talqīn before and after burial, using the legal istinbath technique of each school. The al-Shafi'i school of thought is of the view that the law of talqin before being buried or in a state of death is sunnah as well as after being buried based on the arguments and istinbath of the school's law. Unlike the Maliki school of thought, the law of talqīn before burial is sunnah, and the law of talqīn after being buried is makruh, based on the legal argument that after burial it is considered weak. Keywords: Talqīn Dead; Burial; al-Sha’fii School; Maliki School.
Analisis Perbandingan Mazhab tentang Pelaksanaan Mediasi dengan Media Telekonferensi Nurul Aulia Dewi; Abdul Halim Talli
Mazahibuna: Jurnal Perbandingan Mazhab VOLUME 2 ISSUE 2, DECEMBER 2020
Publisher : Universitas Islam Negeri Alauddin Makassar

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24252/mh.v2i2.17818


This article seeks to present a comparison of mediation with teleconference media, both within the PERMA and the scholars of the sect. Mediation is an attempt to resolve conflicts by engaging neutral mediators who do not have the authority to make decisions that help the parties in dispute to reach a resolution or solution accepted by both parties. The multidisciplinary approach used in this article is a juridical, sociological, theological-normative and managerial approach. This article is library research, a study by writing, clarifying, and making data obtained from various written sources. The method of data collection is to use document techniques (library studies). Quoting and analyzing data with document techniques is intended to collect related data contained in documents in the form of books, journals, and research results in the form of thesis, thesis, and dissertation. The results found that the most notable differences regarding the limits of mediation with teleconference media were found in the dissent of the Sect scholars. The Shafi and Hanbali sects argue that the ideal age in marriage is 15 years, while Abu Hanfah argues that the age of maturity comes at 19 years of age for women and 17 years for men, as is the case with Imam Malik arguing that the ideal age of manhood is 18 years for both men and women. The differences between the Imams of the Sect are influenced by the environment and culture in which they live. However, in Islamic law itself there is never a very firm limit, but the most basic thing about the age limit of marriage is that it is already in place