Al-Mabadi’ Al-Islamiyah li mu’alajati ats-tsaqafat al-mutatharrifah fi Al-mujtama’ Al-Indunisi

Mubaraq, Zulfi, Haris, Abd, Bahruddin, Uril ORCID: and Sahid, Mualimin Mochammad (2022) Al-Mabadi’ Al-Islamiyah li mu’alajati ats-tsaqafat al-mutatharrifah fi Al-mujtama’ Al-Indunisi. el-Harakah, 24 (1). pp. 155-173. ISSN 1858-4357

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Indonesian people are still feared by extreme behavior, and it has even become a growing culture in the campus community. On the other hand, the Indonesian people are known to be tolerant, polite and compassionate. This study aims to uncover (1) forms of extreme culture in society, (2) factors that influence extreme culture, and (3) Islamic principles in resolving extreme culture in society. This article uses a qualitative approach to the literature study model. Data collection by means of document analysis related themes. After the data is presented in accordance with the research objectives, then it is discussed with the results of other studies, then conclusions are drawn. The findings of this study are, first: extreme forms of culture are incorrect understandings related to the meaning of al-wala’, al-bara and al-jihad, second: The reasons for the emergence of extreme culture are religious causes which are manifested by an incorrect understanding of Islam, textual understanding, excessive religious beliefs and lack of understanding of Islamic history. The non-religious causes are due to social inequality, third: Islamic principles to solve extreme cultural problems are to reject excessive religious attitudes, strengthen Islamic moderation, culture of tolerance and compassion, cooperate in agreed matters, eliminate negative stigma, refrain from hate speech, accept the truth from whomever. just and focus on the things of principle. The conclusion from the findings above shows that religious moderation will be realized because of a good and correct understanding of religion, as well as minimizing extreme cultures that damage the image of Islam.

Item Type: Journal Article
Keywords: Islamic principles; therapy; extreme culture; moderation; religious exaggeration
Subjects: 20 LANGUAGE, COMMUNICATION AND CULTURE > 2004 Linguistics > 200401 Applied Linguistics and Educational Linguistics
Divisions: Faculty of Tarbiyah and Teaching Training > Department of Arabic Language Education
Depositing User: Prof Dr Uril Bahruddin
Date Deposited: 08 Dec 2022 08:08


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