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PRODUK PEMIKIRAN HUKUM ISLAM Abdain, Abdain
Al AHKAM: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu Hukum dan Syariah Vol 3, No 1 (2013): Al-Ahkam
Publisher : Al AHKAM: Jurnal Kajian Ilmu Hukum dan Syariah

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Berbagai usaha yang dilakukan para ahli hukum Islam telah melahirkan produk-produk hukum yang benar-benar aktual dan aplikatif. Tradisi ijtihad yang demikian kuat melahirkan pemikiran-pemikiran yang responsif terhadap tantangan zaman, telah mengantarkan umat Islam pada masa kemajuan Islam, dinamika perkembangan hukum Islam sangat dinamis dan kreatif. Namun Perkembangan selanjutnya dinamika perkembangan hukum Islam menjelma menjadi statis dan kurang apresiatif terhadap laju perkembangan masyarakat. Kenyataan ini terjadi khususnya setelah terjadi kristalisasi mazhab-mazhab fiqh. Namun demikian, terlepas dari kemandegan dan kemajuan yang telah dilalui, setidaknya ada empat produk pemikiran hukum Islam, yakni fiqh, fatwa, yurisprudensi, dan perundang-undangan. Keempat macam produk pemikiran Islam tersebut dalam realitas umat Islam berlaku dan diberlakukan sesuai kebutuhan
INSTRUMEN INVESTASI DALAM HUKUM ISLAM Abdain, Abdain
MUAMALAH: Jurnal Ekonomi Vol 3, No 2 (2013): Muamalah
Publisher : MUAMALAH: Jurnal Ekonomi

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Tulisan ini akan mengkaji lebih jauh tentang instrumen investasi dengan melihat akad-akad yang digunakan apakah akad itu sesuai dengan syara ataukah akad itu dilarang oleh syara. Investasi merupakan kegiatan muamalah yang sangat dianjurkan, karena dengan berinvestasi harta yang dimiliki menjadi produktif dan juga mendatangkan manfaat bagi orang lain. Instrumen investasi yang dibolehkan oleh syariat Islam diantaranya: ba’i salam, istisna, syirkah, mudharabah dan lain-lain, sedangkan instrumen investasi yang dilarang oleh syara yaitu riba, jual beli utang dengan utang, jual beli hashat dan lain-lain.
PENGELOLAAN ZAKAT PERSPEKTIF HUKUM ISLAM KONTEMPORER Abdain, Abdain
DIKTUM: Jurnal Syariah dan Hukum Vol 13 No 1 (2015): Diktum : Jurnal Syariah dan Hukum
Publisher : Jurusan Syariah dan Ekonomi Islam Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Parepare

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Islam provides guidance to its adherents who are facing the problem of social inequality by placing tithe as one of the main pillars of Islamic establishment, especially in anticipation of the growth of dynamics and economic equality in society. As a source of funds, tithe is potential to be used as capital for the construction of the Muslims, and it will be very effective in anticipating the social gap in the community. Classical scholars, generally categorize the subject to tithe is cattle, gold, silver, merchandise, property excavation, and agricultural products. Today, contemporary ijtihad, one of which is represented by the book of Yusuf Qardawi, specify wealth that is subject to tithe, as many models and forms of wealth that was born from the increasing of complexity of economic activities. Yusuf Qardawi divide tithe into nine categories: tithe of cattle, tithe of gold and silver which includes money, tithe of trade, tithe of agricultural output includes farmland, tithe of honey and animal production, tithe of minerals and marine products, tithe of plant investment, buildings and others, tithe of livelihood, tithe of services and professions, and tithe stocks and bonds.
DISFUNGSI LEMBAGA PENGELOLAH ZAKAT DALAM MENGENTASKAN KEMISKINAN DI KOTA PALOPO Beddu, Rahmawati; Abdain, Abdain
Maddika : Journal of Islamic Family Law Vol 7, No 1 (2017)
Publisher : IAIN Palopo

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.24256/ahkam.v1i1.753

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This journal discusses "Why is there a dysfunction of zakat management institutions against poverty alleviation in Palopo City? From these problems arise several questions: 1) How the system of zakat management in Palopo city? 2) What factors affect the dysfunction of zakat management institutions in alleviating poverty? 3) How to overcome the dysfunction of zakat management institutions against poverty alleviation?The results showed that the collection of zakat fitrah funds and distribution is given responsibility to the UPZ in each mosque while the zakat mal reporting is still submitted to BAZNAS Palopo City. In addition, fundraising is also entrusted to SKPD (Zakat collector whose position in the staffing section) collects zakat through the treasurer and the treasurer submits it to the bank, either Bank BPD Sul-Sel-Bar, BSM and other Sharia banks. Factors affecting disfunction of Zakat Institution is 1. Funding system is not optimal yet, so the existing zakat funds with poor Muslim citizens have not been balanced, 2. There is a tendency of poverty rate to increase because citizens pretend to feel poor, 3.Some Muslims in  Palopo have not realized and do not understand that the charity is a duty for Muslims to be issued so that the lack of zakat funds that cause zakat management institutions have not been maximized in an effort to alleviate poverty through the existing zakat funds. While How to overcome the dysfunction of zakat management institutions against poverty alleviation is Community leaders provide guidance and knowledge to the public about the importance, benefits and laws of zakat, the Government supports the management of zakat with clear and firm regulations. For those who are reluctant to issue their zakat will be subject to the appropriate sanctions, the community supports the institution of zakat by channeling funds to the institution. as well as zakat amil develop the nature of trust in manage zakat and distribute zakat appropriately eight asnaf 
PENGELOLAAN ZAKAT PERSPEKTIF HUKUM ISLAM KONTEMPORER Abdain, Abdain
DIKTUM: Jurnal Syariah dan Hukum Vol 13 No 1 (2015): Diktum : Jurnal Syariah dan Hukum
Publisher : Fakultas Syariah dan Hukum Islam Institut Agama Islam Negeri (IAIN) Parepare

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | Full PDF (770.959 KB) | DOI: 10.35905/diktum.v13i1.361

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Islam provides guidance to its adherents who are facing the problem of social inequality by placing tithe as one of the main pillars of Islamic establishment, especially in anticipation of the growth of dynamics and economic equality in society. As a source of funds, tithe is potential to be used as capital for the construction of the Muslims, and it will be very effective in anticipating the social gap in the community. Classical scholars, generally categorize the subject to tithe is cattle, gold, silver, merchandise, property excavation, and agricultural products. Today, contemporary ijtihad, one of which is represented by the book of Yusuf Qardawi, specify wealth that is subject to tithe, as many models and forms of wealth that was born from the increasing of complexity of economic activities. Yusuf Qardawi divide tithe into nine categories: tithe of cattle, tithe of gold and silver which includes money, tithe of trade, tithe of agricultural output includes farmland, tithe of honey and animal production, tithe of minerals and marine products, tithe of plant investment, buildings and others, tithe of livelihood, tithe of services and professions, and tithe stocks and bonds.
The Dynamics of the Khalwatiyah Sufi Order in North Luwu, South Sulawesi Abdain, Abdain; Beddu, Rahmawati; Takdir, Takdir
Walisongo: Jurnal Penelitian Sosial Keagamaan Vol 28, No 1 (2020)
Publisher : LP2M - Universitas Islam Negeri (UIN) Walisongo

Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.21580/ws.28.1.5190

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This paper discusses the dynamic of the Khalwatiyah Sufi Order in North Luwu, South Sulawesi. The type of research is qualitative. The research focuses were the dynamic between the leader (caliphs) and followers of the Khalwatiyah Sufi Order. The authors gathered data through library and field research. The techniques to obtain the data were observation, interview, and documentation. The instruments used were interview guidelines, writing instruments, and mobile phones to record audio and video data. The results showed that: 1) The absence of caliphs who guide and teach the Khalwatiyah followers; 2) The assumption of a Khalwatiyah follower said that today's society is modern material life; 3) The absence of regeneration of these Khal­watiyah followers; 4) The young people from the Khalwatiyah family attending tertiary institutions and following various social organizations, they are more likely to develop their organizations than follow the Khalwatiyah ritual. 5) The effect of the environment.