Fikih Melayu Nusantara era pra kolonial

Mahdalena Mahdalena

Abstract


Fiqh is often perceived as Islam itself. This is becouse the growth of fiqh involves the integration of followers from different backgrounds, languages, cultures and places where human live. Syeikh Abdurrauf Syah Kuala mentioned that language he used in his books was Jawi Pasai language. Aceh pronunciation and writing were conducted in two language, they were Acehnese language and Malay language, because besides Arabic, both languages are official languages in the kingdom of Aceh Darussalam. So, as the product of thought, fiqh does not admit boundaries of space and time. That’s why, the fiqh would be undergoing a process “to become” change according to needs.

Keywords


Malay; Pre-colonial; Fiqh; Islamic law

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DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.18326/ijtihad.v12i1.99-111

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