The Unity of Hijri Calendar Needs in Indonesia: A Warming Up of Maqasid (Objectives) of Hadith

Authors

  • Abdul Mufid, M. Gufron, Ahmad Zaiyadi, Habsatun Nabawiyah, Ahmad Taufiq , Ismail Fahmi Arrauf, Bambang Irawan, Muhammad Iqbal Fasa

Abstract

his investigation shows the development of the muslim global calendar from view point
of maqasid Sunah nabawiyah and maqasid syariah. This section investigates maqasid sunah
nabawiyah and maqasid syariah in the framework of the Hijri calendar federalization project in
Indonesia. The questions to consider provide the amount need for an interconnected or unified
schedule in Indonesia. There's many 3 levels in the Indonesian context. First, the school of
pessimism. Second, the Optimism School. Third, high school. For the school of pessimism, people think creating a global astrolabe (calendar) is like a ridges desire for the surface of the
earth.. In contrast to the school of pessimism, that is, the school of optimism. According to
another school of philosophy, Indonesian Muslims must be enthusiastic and make an attempt to
unify the Hijiri calendar. Moreover, the Middle School believes that the unification of schedules,
both locally and globally, is vitally valuable. If this can be completed at once, it will be both
effective and valuable. This research is now in the type of a literature review on maqasid and
maqasid sharia approaches. The results revealed that, based on the assessment of maqasid sunah
and maqasid sharia, something like a single calendar in the Indonesian context did not achieve
the urgent (principal) threshold. Even though muslim people (in unique) in Indonesia and
citizens (in general) keep living in peace and unity without the need for an integrated Hijri
calendar, never to the point of threatening anarchy and chaos. This studies suggest that it is
wished that the inter - organizational statistics in Indonesia will be capable of taking heart in
tackling all aspects of advancement in attempts to unify the Islamic calendar.

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Published

2020-12-02

How to Cite

Abdul Mufid, M. Gufron, Ahmad Zaiyadi, Habsatun Nabawiyah, Ahmad Taufiq , Ismail Fahmi Arrauf, Bambang Irawan, Muhammad Iqbal Fasa. (2020). The Unity of Hijri Calendar Needs in Indonesia: A Warming Up of Maqasid (Objectives) of Hadith. PalArch’s Journal of Archaeology of Egypt / Egyptology, 17(6), 8182 - 8197. Retrieved from http://mail.palarch.nl/index.php/jae/article/view/2240