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Jurnal Bimas Islam
ISSN : 19789009     EISSN : 26571188     DOI : https://doi.org/10.37302/jbi
Core Subject : Religion, Social,
Jurnal Bimas Islam adalah terbitan berkala ilmiah yang dikelola oleh Direktorat Jenderal Bimbingan Masyarakat Islam Kementerian Agama. Terbit pertama kali pada tahun 2008 dalam bentuk cetak hingga tahun 2018 dan ditingkatkan menjadi Jurnal Elektronik (OJS) pada tahun 2019. Mendapat akreditasi dari LIPI pada tahun 2016. Jurnal ini memuat Ringkasan Hasil Penelitian, Tinjauan Teori, Artikel Ilmiah yang dikemas secara sistematis dan kritis di bidang Bimbingan Masyarakat Islam secara luas.
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Respons Komunitas Muslim Indonesia terhadap Wabah COVID-19: The Responses of Indonesian Muslim Religious Community to the COVID-19 Outbreak Ahmad Taufik
Jurnal Bimas Islam Vol. 14 No. 2 (2021): Jurnal Bimas Islam 2021
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37302/jbi.v14i2.367

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Indonesian religious leaders played a key role in the COVID-19 pandemic because their decisions and views are listened to by a vast majority in the Muslim community. This study focuses on the reactions and views of mainstream Islamic organizations such as Nahdlatul Ulama, Muhammadiyah, Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI), Jamaah Tabligh and Front Pembela Islam (FPI) and some Muslim fugues such as Ustadz Abdul Somad, and Kyai Najih in Indonesia to address COVID-19. This paper found that the response of some Muslim communities to Covid-19 has not yet completely complied with the Indonesian government's guidelines. During the Covid-19 pandemic, some religious leaders conducted and promoted worship gatherings. This is demonstrated by the reaction showing the pros and cons of Muslim societies and also appears to be resistant to the policies set. Second, mainstream Islamic organizations such as NU, MU, and MUI have adopted a logical, realistic approach in asking their adherents to comply with the social distance guidelines of the authorities. However, conspiracy theories by some Islamic teachers have complicated the situation. The third, in the early emergence of Covid-19 in Indonesia (January and February), the responses of religious leaders are fragmented and questioned, but steadily, along with COVID-19 cases increasingly spreading in Indonesia, some Islamic organizations (such as MUI, Muhammadiyah, and NU) and Islamic figures (Abdul Somad, Kyai Najih , and Nasaruddin Umar) are working hard hand in hand in compliance with the guidelines.
Optimalisasi Wakaf sebagai Instrumen Pembiayaan UMKM untuk Pengembangan Industri Halal : The Optimization of Waqf as a MSME Financing Instrument for the Halal Industry Development Ade Nur Rohim
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37302/jbi.v14i2.427

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Capital is still a major problem faced by MSMEs, especially in this pandemic era. As one of the Islamic financial instruments, waqf can contribute directly to developing MSMEs through financing schemes aimed at the welfare of the people. This article aims to elaborate and explore the optimization of waqf as an alternative financing instrument for MSMEs that is in accordance with sharia and halal principles. From the elaboration of concepts and characteristics possessed, both by UMKM and waqf, it is concluded that endowments and MSMEs have a very close relationship in the effort to realize community welfare. Optimization of waqf as a financing instrument for SMEs is carried out while still referring to the halal business undertaken, as well as contracts (‘aqd) that are in accordance with sharia principles in the distribution of waqf. Thus, the development of waqf optimization through financing schemes and their utilization will have direct implications on the development of the halal industry, which aims to realize the welfare of the community.
Eksplorasi Nilai Altruisme dan Praktik Filantropi Islam di Masa Pandemi Covid-19: Exploration of Altruism and the Practice of Islamic Philanthropy During the Pandemic zakiyatul fuadah
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37302/jbi.v14i2.431

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Abstraction At the beginning of 2020 the world was shocked by the pandemic called Covid-19. Its massive spread causes paralysis in various sectors of life such as the economy, education, social and religion. Indonesia is also affected by this impact; various policies have been issued by the government to overcome this impact. One of them is the policy of limiting community activities called social distancing that affects the decrease in economic activity, even some large companies must terminate their employees. This condition stimulated the Islamic philanthropic movement. This study will explore the community altruism and the practice of Islamic philanthropy as an embodiment of social solidarity in Indonesia during a pandemic. This research is field research with a qualitative descriptive approach by collecting data through documentation and interviews with the people involved. A literature study was also carried out by collecting data from various literatures from the books, laws and regulations, journals, and news related. The results of the study show that the altruism of the Indonesian people is still well preserved and explored through the existence of several philanthropic programs and practices. This program is, at least, able to answer the problems of the community caused by the pandemic, as well as support government programs that are short-term and temporal. Furthermore, its existence is also able to increase public awareness and solidarity to keep sharing during a pandemic.
E-Filantropi Pembiayaan Pendidikan: Gerakan Altruisme dalam Pemberdayaan Masyarakat Perbatasan di Tengah Pandemi Covid-19: E-Philanthropy in Education Financing: Altruism Movement in Empowering Border Communities amidst the Covid-19 Pandemic Wildani Hefni
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37302/jbi.v14i2.433

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This article examines a new pattern of humanitarianism through digital technology, known as e-philanthropy. The utilization of digital space with social media has become an e-philanthropy concept amidst the covid-19 pandemic that happened to all levels of society. This study used a qualitative descriptive with virtual ethnographic methods. The object of this research is a program of #beasiswaArjuna, Pondok Pendawa, Bogor that implemented the altruism movement by collecting online donations to finance education for border communities. This article shows that philanthropy has shifted from conventional to digital forms, especially amidst the covid-19 pandemic. E-philanthropy manifests as an altruism movement in strengthening humanitarian solidarity by eliminating all selfishness and helping border communities to continue their education. The practice of philanthropy in the altruism movement amidst the covid-19 pandemic calls everyone to engage in altruistic actions to create happiness for everybody.
Epistemologi Fikih Filantropi Masa Pandemi Covid-19 di Indonesia: The Epistemology of Fiqh Philanthropy in the Covid-19 Pandemic Period in Indonesia Wahyu Wahyu Akbar; athoillah ismaly
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37302/jbi.v14i2.460

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Handling economic problems in Indonesia during the Covid-19 pandemic necessitates the importance of cooperation from all elements of society with the government in offering various alternative solutions. This study intends to explore and identify the epistemological basis of Islamic law in the construction of the Fatwa Majelis Ulama Indonesia (MUI) Nomor 23 Tahun 2020 Tentang Pemanfaatan Harta Zakat, Infak, dan Shadaqah Untuk Penanggulangan Wabah Covid-19 dan Dampaknya. This qualitative research is in the form of a literature review with a normative philosophical approach. The analytical theory used is the paradigm of idealism and realism of Islamic law. The results of the study state that the epistemological construction of Islamic law in the MUI fatwa Number 23 of 2020 tends to emphasize the idealism paradigm of Islamic law. First, universal ethical moral values ('am) which are taken from the theological text basis (nas). Second, the use of the rules of Islamic law (qawaid fiqhiyah) which emphasizes the rules of maslahah mursalah (public benefit).Third, the opinion of classical scholars.This finding shows that the presence of the MUI Fatwa in responding to contemporary problems is not always based on the realism paradigm of Islamic law, but also based on the idealism paradigm of Islamic law by making the foundations of theological normative texts and the repertoire of classical fiqh thought as the epistemological basis of its fatwa, as well as in addressing socio-economic problems that arise. caused by the Covid-19 pandemic in Indonesia.
Kontribusi Pemangku Kepentingan Dana Zakat, Infak, Sedekah dan Wakaf Dalam Penanggulangan COVID-19: Contribution of Stakeholders of Zakat, Infaq, Sedekah and Waqf Funds In Tackling COVID-19 iqbal fadli muhammad iqbal
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37302/jbi.v14i2.463

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This study attempts to analyze Contribution of Stakeholders of Zakat, Infak, Sedekah and Waqf Funds In Tackling COVID-19. This is because the lack of publication related the contribution of any stakeholders such as the ministry of religious affairs, Badan Amil Zakat Nasional (BAZNAS), Lembaga Amil Zakat, Badan Wakaf Indonesia (BWI) dan Nazir. The methodology that is used by the combination of interview, discusion, literasi study, and survey respondents for penyelenggara zakat dan wakaf serta penyuluh agama Islam sector zakat dan wakaf. The research results show that the contribution of stakeholders ziswaf funds had played an adequate role important. The results of the study show that accumulatively collected funds for the prevention of Covid-19, for zakat, infaq, sedekah and other religious social funds reached 392,5 billion. Meanwhile, the stimulus for assistance from the Ministry of Religion as the contribution of zakat and waqf in the fight against Covid-19 reached 25.7 billion. As for the cash waqf for the prevention of Covid-19, it reached 81 billion. The results of this study also illustrate the role of waqf assets managed by several nazir for the prevention of Covid-19 with a total of 119 hospitals, and ventilator waqf. Suggestions for further research are to expand reference sources and information on contributions from ZISWAF funds.
Mehamami Modus dan Pencegahan Penipuan Penggalanganan Donasi Online : Understanding Modes and Prevention of Online Donation Fraud Giri Lumakto; Nur Kumala Dewi
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37302/jbi.v14i2.476

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The nature of philanthropy culture is inseparable from Indonesian society. By donating Indonesia ranks first as the country in terms of generosity according to the World Giving Index 2020 report. In the time of the Covid-19 pandemic, digital donations became a beneficial solution for need of giving donation. According to the GoPay Digital Donation Index 2020 report, interest in online donations is quite high among Millennials. However, from the increase of online donations, there are people who abuse it. There are three common modes that are done, namely; 1) using fake photos, 2) using the name of an official institution, and 3) pretending as a public figure. To prevent getting caught up in fake donation fraud there are 6 steps that can be done. This article will discuss both the mode of fraud and its preventive measures.
- Al-Qur’an Perspective on Gender Equality in Community Empowerment Through Philanthropy during the 19th Pandemic: Al-Qur’an Perspective on Gender Equality in Community Empowerment Through Philanthropy Nur Arfiyah Febriani; lilis fauziyah balgis
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Show Abstract | Download Original | Original Source | Check in Google Scholar | DOI: 10.37302/jbi.v14i2.488

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This study aims to analyze the potential of women in philanthropic activities during the covid 19 pandemic which was carried out by the author as a member of Fatayat NU Bogor Regency. This is to erode the stereotype of women who are considered passive, receptive, and give up easily in dealing with life's problems. This study uses a descriptive qualitative approach by reviewing facts, expert opinions, interviews with sources, relevant theoretical studies and is equipped with the maudu'i interpretation method in analyzing verses related to philanthropy. This study found that women have the same potential as men in carrying out philanthropic activities. Fatayat Bogor Regency's philathropic activities are applied in the family, community, school and community organizations. Philanthropy activities are not only in worship activities such as zakat infaq and sadaqah, but also in mu'amalah activities such as in the economic and agricultural fields.

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