Mujib, Lalu Supriadi Bin and Hamim, Khairul (2021) Religious freedom and Riddah through the Maqāṣidī interpretation of Ibn ‘Āshūr. HTS Teologiese Studies / Theological Studies, 77 (4). pp. 1-10. ISSN ISSN: 0259-9422 (PRINT) | ISSN: 2072-8050 (ONLINE)

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Abstract

The concept of riddah (apostasy) in Islam is a controversial ssue, especially when it comes to religious freedom. Therefore, this article aims to analyse the application of the Maqāṣidi (Higher Objectives of Islamic Law) interpretation of Ibn ‘Āshūr in interpreting the verse on religious freedom in relation to riddah. According to Ibn ‘Āshūr, the main objectives in revealing the Qur’an are based on three things, namely ṣalāh al-aḥwāl al-fardiyyah (individual betterment), ṣalāh al-aḥwāl al-jamā’iyyah (collective good) and ṣalāh al-aḥwāl al-‘Umrāniyyah (the good of civilisation). Salāh al-aḥwāl al-fardiyyah provides meaning to the fulfilment of individual rights, such as the freedom of choice in belief or religion. Thus, in Ibn ‘Āshūr’s view, religion, which is considered something personal, is used to determine communal good and inevitably influences the goodness of human civilisation in the world. Based on the Maqāṣidi Interpretation of Ibn ‘Āshūr, this article argues that the death penalty for riddah needs to be reinterpreted for theological, historical and political reasons. Furthermore, its imposition is contrary to the dimension of ḥifẓ al-nafs (guarding the soul) and ḥifẓ al-dīn (maintaining religion)

Item Type: Article
Uncontrolled Keywords: religious freedom; riddah; Maqāṣidī interpretation; Maqāṣid Sharī’a; human right
Subjects: 22 PHILOSOPHY AND RELIGIOUS STUDIES > 2204 Religion and Religious Studies > 220407 Studies in Religious Traditions (excl. Eastern, Jewish, Christian and Islamic Traditions)
Divisions: Program Pascasarjana > Program Studi Magister Hukum Keluarga Islam
Depositing User: Dr Lalu Supriadi
Date Deposited: 23 Nov 2021 05:16
Last Modified: 03 Dec 2021 02:29
URI: http://repository.uinmataram.ac.id/id/eprint/668

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