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Terima kasih telah berbagi, kalau sempat kunjungi juga blog saya yang membahas tentang Download Ebook psikotest gratis. I couldn't refrain from commenting. A good example in Singapore context is that many Muslims are very happy to have big clean mosques being built, but they do not invest in enough money and time to ensure that the future generations of the Muslims will ensure that they are given the necessary education and knowledge to become good citizens. Precedent - Understand how previous fiqh judgements were issued; 3. In fiqh, it is understood that sexual relationship can only occur between a man and a woman only. In my opinion, dispensation i.
There are many verses of the Koran ordering the use of Shura i. In my opinion, the application of fiqh al-Maslahah can be expanded so as to persuade and convince the Singapore government that the headscarf has many social benefits Scientific studies 63 have shown that the wearing of hijab hindered the minds of men from perceiving bodies of women as mere sexual body parts. Religious queries include the obligatory prayers, fasting, zakat, science and health, food and drink, qurban animal sacrifice and even gender issues.
MUIS also ensures that deviant teachings of Islam are exposed to the public awareness to protect the Muslim community in Singapore from being influenced and misled by their false teachings and claims.
Seeing women as objects: The sexual body part recognition bias. An investigation of body image and related constructs among British Muslim women, British Journal of Psychology. MUIS prepares the scripts of the weekly sermons held every Friday in all local mosques. Most themes of the sermons are about urging the Muslims minority to be dutiful to god and family and be productive Singapore citizens. The Mufti stressed that the Muslim minority needs to have an open mind and heart when seeking knowledge.
Theoretically, all knowledge comes from god, and Islam is a religion of morals and principles. Adoption of Shariah by Civil Courts The legal system in Singapore does not allow Muslims to opt themselves out of the Syariah court where exclusive jurisdiction is concerned. While some people may see this as a concession, honour or privilege, others may perceive this as discriminatory as Muslims are unable to refer to civil courts A local senior lawyer, Ahmad Nizam Abbas, tried to reconcile the difference and clarified in Straits Times73 that the rulings of the Singapore courts can be deemed to be in line with Shariah if the other Shariah mechanisms are used.
Hence, in my opinion, there is no contradiction. While some Shariah scholars are still disputing on the validity of the concept of nuzuriah, the court held a view for the sake of public interest and not just based on religious rulings per se.
The dance is declared haram because it invokes evil spirits causing the dancers to be a trance and temporarily lose their state of mind. However, the Singapore courts held that the common law right of survivorship in a joint tenancy will still apply to Muslims. Although right of survivorship is new Muslim law, it is later possible through the introduction of hibah ruqbah or nuzuriah.
The Syariah Court in Singapore is still a subordinate, hence its powers are limited. The certificate of inheritance 74 issued by Syariah Court does not take into account the concept of harta sepencarian i. This concept is practised in neighbouring countries except Singapore Rasban, Currently, only the faraidh concept is used.
Other wealth management tools should be used as well. All men are created equal and the Singapore government will try its best to ensure that there is no racial, sexual and religious discrimination. In Islam, all humans are honoured and there is no difference between other races, ethnics or cultural groups.
Nobody is superior to the other except when one has piety and good actions to serve society.
The Singapore government is aware of the positive role of religions in developing all communities. This is line with the traditional fiqh rulings that as long as the colour, taste and smell of the water are not affected, the water can be used for ablution and cleansing. Using the concept of maslahah, the introduction of NEWater is a strategic decision. Singapore is vulnerable to external threats including political and environmental.
There could a time when there could be a real shortage of water for Singaporeans. Hence, besides getting water from the catchment areas i. Initially, some Muslims in Singapore abhorred the usage of this water as it is formerly waste water and sewage and hence deemed to be impure i.
In modern medical science, the last resort is for the patient to get a new functional organ. I believe that MUIS has taken a bold approach in its stance because of public interest maslahah. Although its fatwa is publicly available, more could be done in order to win the hearts of all the Muslim minority. Both types of knowledge are essentially covered by the madaris, masajid and private organisations.
Many religious events are updated 81 on a regular basis. High quality of affordable religious and science education is necessary for the development of intellectual Muslims in Singapore.
This is because the Model is a specialised branch of fiqh that needs special consideration with respect to the environmental reality. Currently, most of the propagation of Islamic teachings in the mosques are confined to only fardu ain matters. While the national libraries in Singapore are extensive82, there are not many resources to classical Islamic literature.
Although each of the madaris have their own libraries, they are meant for students only. Currently, two 2 public Islamic libraries have recently been opened by Muslim organisations: Many local Muslims are sent overseas to Islamic universities to study religion. Recognition of Scholars The pool of Islamic scholars also increase as more locals are studying overseas in prestigious Islamic universities or institutes with a degree or Masters.
The marriage process has been well-structured and conditions affecting the validity of a marriage contract are made known to both bride and bridegroom Other services provided by ROMM are polygamous marriage and revocation of divorce. All Muslim couples must have attended a marriage preparatory course in order to get the original marriage certificate. The purpose is to ensure that the husband and wife know their roles and responsibilities to bring up a blessed family in line with Shariah.
The 3 types of programmes are: Marriage Preparation Programme 2. Young Couples Programme for spouse below 21 years old 3. The AMLA recognises the four 4 types of divorce i. This is compulsory if they have children below 14 years old. Among other things, the session aims to do the following: In my opinion, although though divorce is not pleasant 85 in Islam, the manners of implementing it must still be done in a proper and mutually agreed manner such that there is no injustice on one party.
Although the couples may no longer be related to each other, the roles and responsibilities as parents to the children still remain status quo. This is to ensure that the future of the children are secured. The youth are the backbone of the country and the future generation of the community. While some traditional scholars said it is forbidden to do abortion 4 months after pregnancy, MUIS imposed a stricter ruling.
This is attributed to expert opinions from the medical field stating that the embryo is already alive the moment there is a success fertilisation of an egg through a sperm.
Where family planning is concerned, MUIS allowed this 87 on the basis that the religion places priority on the quality of the future generations, rather than the quantity.
The ruling is not haram but mubah permissible because there are benefits to doing so. MUIS consulted the Bioethics Advisory Committee and clarified that it should not be misused for human cloning as it will result in loss of human dignity and unaccountability 89 of the progeny. Cetakan pertama. This is where a patient can instruct his doctor to halt all medical treatment if he has no hope of staying alive.
MUIS gave a statement that this matter is new and may spark misunderstanding. AMD should be executed without any suspicion of potential abuse and concluded this matter should rest to each individual preference.
Although no ruling was mentioned, I believe that it should be mubah91 based on conservative approach. The current situation and management of wealth of Muslims in Singapore is depicted in Appendix E The Baitul Mal 94 will be part of this fund. All remaining unclaimed portion of a Muslim estate will be channelled to Baitul Mal.
Other funds include zakat funds, donations and radd95 Rasban, The functions 96 of Baitul Mal today differ from the past: It acts as a trustee for the Muslims. Zakat and donation are currently not centralised and other Muslim organisations are also collecting from the public.
There is a controversy with regards to the implementation of radd in Singapore. The majority of the four 4 madzahib are of the opinion that the Baitul Mal cannot receive the radd, except when there are no relatives i.
However, the Singapore Baitul Mal has been collecting radd as stipulated in the inheritance certificate issued by the Syariah Court. Hence, there could instances where the Baitul Mal will just accumulate wealth at the expense of the deceased family who may seriously need financial assistance.
In my opinion, considering the financial state of the Muslims is not healthy, the radd should be transferred to the sole surviving spouse, on the basis of maslaha and ihsan The current state of waqf is in Appendix H.
To prevent any Waqf whether waqf am or waqf khas properties from being mismanaged, they will be registered with MUIS. To ensure clarity and efficiency, the registration has to be done within 6 months after the waqf is created.
In addition to the need to have a waqf deed, critical information must be presented during registration, namely: CPF, insurance, shares, deposits. Fatawa Issued MUIS has issued fatwa on group insurance, stating that it leaves this matter to the individuals to decide based on their respective levels of necessity.
While some scholars abhor such product due to presence of riba, maysir and gharar, other scholars allow it as it is beneficial to society. This fatwa was never found in classical Islamic literature, but the justification is based on the same fatwa issued in regarding CPF nomination.
Many traditional scholars gave an opinion that a masjid should be built on waqf land, hence it should last in perpetuity i. However, MUIS issued fatawa: The original property can be sold off on condition that proceeds of the sale are used to purchase of other freehold properties which will then declared as new waqf property.
The original ruling held that no waqf property can be sold off Straits Law, This new ruling may be the first in the world, but the effects are that idle waqf properties have been sold off and the new relocated properties were redeveloped into commercial areas, bringing high-yield investment returns. Click here: MUIS is aware that the since the s, the number of plots of land allocated for mosque-building has reduced due to rising land prices and a decline in number of wealthy Muslims.
By allowing mosques to be built on leased land based on maslahah, MUIS can build more mosques around Singapore with bigger space and more facilities to meet the religious needs of the Muslim minority. In my opinion, the concept of Maslahah, Taysir al-fiqh and darurah are applied. If the Model is not applied, the number of mosques that are purely based on waqf lands in Singapore will be limited, hence, the development of religious activities in certain areas especially newly developed residential places like Punggol will be much affected.
General Status of Islamic Finance Where we have been less successful [in doing Islamic finance] is on the aspects of vision, reach and authenticity…there are a lot of work to be done to make them more authentic and more differentiated from conventional finance. Hence, though Singapore may not be the leader in Islamic finance, it can, however, show to the world that its current financial system can incorporate ethical standards emphasising on social consciousness, redistribution of wealth, profit-sharing and linking financial transaction to the real economy.
Hence, there were several critical structural issues and potential risks identified, in comparison to the Shariah parameters set by the Shariah Advisory Council of Bank Negara Malaysia and Securities Commission Malaysia. According to Sani Hamid , there are about , Muslims in Singapore.
Although the government is clearly supportive of Islamic finance, its focus is more on promoting the country as an international financial centre. Hence, the Muslim community is left to themselves to spearhead Islamic finance at ground level to capture the attention of the investors. This is where the market forces will determine supply and demand for Islamic financial products. See Appendix J. Muslims are generally worried about cost of living, followed by social behaviour amongst youth ad housing prices.
In , cost of living is still a perceived serious concern especially to the Malay Muslims in Singapore. According to the Straits Times , although the Muslims in Singapore are earning more money over the years, they are starting to spend more than what they could save. Meanwhile, Walid Jumblatt Abdullah mentioned that the Malay-Muslims also did not do well in education and economics and seem to lag behind the Chinese and Indians.
In addition, there are not enough Malay-Muslim ministers representing the local government or holding high posts in the military, hence giving an impression that MM are not true citizens of the country.
Professor Hussin Mutalib mentions that in a nutshell the three 3 core issues faced by Malay-Muslims relates to socio-economical, political and cultural or religious. AMP, , http: In my opinion, the Model is a fundamental requirement in Singapore.
This is because while Shariah remains the same as sourced from the Koran and Sunnah , fiqh rulings and scholarly opinions need to change to adapt to the context in Singapore. Changes in fiqh rulings is not new. When the great scholar Imam Shafie migrated to Iraq, he gave another religious ruling which is different from the one he gave previously when he was in Egypt.
The Imam has obviously observed different societal conditions in those two 2 places. Contemporary fiqh is necessary because of three 3 reasons: New problems will arise, hence new solutions are needed 2. Without contemporary fiqh, the relevance of Islam and theme of mercy to the universe is not realised 3.
The future of contemporary fiqh in Singapore will be discussed in detail below: This includes learning beyond traditional fiqh and focusing on fundamentals such as Koranic sciences, science of ahadith, fiqh of legal maxims and usul fiqh Such knowledge will serve as tools for the Muslim minority in Singapore to problem-solving and appreciate contemporary fatawa.
He gave an old opinion qaul qadim in Egypt and a new ruling qaul jadid when he later gravelled to Iraq. These branches of knowledge originated from Sheikh Yusuf al-Qaradawi as below: The modern world has observed that some Muslims have lost their focus, giving attention to trivial or unimportant matters.
For example, they may dwell on avoiding the minor sins while being ignorant on the major ones. In some cases, he may have to forego a decision that will only benefit him, for the sake for public interest. For example, in the absence of financial aid, a Muslim may decide not to buy an expensive car, but will instead spend the money ensuring his children attend religious class.
The application of the fiqh should never lead to a more harmful result. This doctrine was not widely known among the Muslims but it is essential to ensure that Muslims remain relevant to society. Its application will require continuous ongoing analysis of events, issues and developments within the Muslim community and the macro-environment. Though this may seem though-provoking, the objective of the application of this fiqh is to ensure welfare to the people and progress of the community.
Just like the other two 2 branches of fiqh earlier mentioned, Fiqh al- Muwazanat should not be seen as changing the religion, but to improve the lives of Muslims without compromising the fundamentals. A good example in Singapore context is that many Muslims are very happy to have big clean mosques being built, but they do not invest in enough money and time to ensure that the future generations of the Muslims will ensure that they are given the necessary education and knowledge to become good citizens.
Hudud is one of the religious obligation in terms of Islamic criminal law. In my opinion, the priorities of a Muslim minority in Singapore are different from other Muslims elsewhere. Being a secular country, the Singapore Muslims must work within the constraints, as long as their basic religious obligations to create a peaceful society are met. For example, at least 2 of the members can be experts in law and finance but the majority of the members must have in-depth knowledge in fiqh muamalat or usul fiqh.
Considering that AMLA needs improvements, it has to be constantly updated by authorised experts via consultation process shura with the asatizah as well as the public. Waqf khas exists among the classical scholars but this was neither practised in Singapore nor stipulated in the AMLA. MUIS can enforce the notion that the conventional concept of joint tenancy in housing matters can be in line with Shariah through the concept of hibah ruqba Upon the death of either party, the surviving member will take over the remaining ownership of the house as a gift.
Rasban suggested that MUIS should also play a role, under guidance of the Ministry of Law, as a public trustee for Muslims to overcome any problems of estate distribution. Islamic criminal law and set up a taskforce comprising key representatives of Muslim bodies brainstorming how jenayat can integrate to the current Singapore law. Hudud is one of the religious obligation in Islamic criminal law but this is absent in Singapore.
Nevertheless, the priorities of a Muslim minority in Singapore are different from other Muslims elsewhere. Being in a secular country implies that the Muslim minority must within the constraints, as long as their basic religious obligations to create a peaceful society are met.
Continuous education on AMLA, its background and implications, need to be conducted to increase awareness. As new modern issues raised tend to more complicated, more multi- disciplined knowledge is required. The Islamic authority should ensure that the contemporary fiqh of Singapore remains religiously sound yet pragmatic.
The accuracy of judgement also depends on the presentation of facts by solicitors and expert witnesses. Using the tadarruj concept, it would be no surprise for me to see Singapore advocates and solicitors confident of handling Shariah related cases in near future.
It is hoped that the recent establishment of the Singapore International Commercial Court will provide a suitable venue for hearing disputes in Islamic finance contracts based on interpretation of Shariah laws. Common law, just like Shariah law, also emphasize on contractual certainty and hence, there should be more commonalities rather than differences between the two 2 laws.
They are part of the whole [community] which has responsibility to guide youths. They are unable to form their religious identity vis-a-vis ethnic, cultural and national identities. Some youth may over-commit themselves in religious matters while others may be more secular-oriented without considering religion at all.
Some are swayed by negative influences, losing their religion, dignity and status. The Singapore government is worried those youth who have little knowledge about Islam may end themselves joining the terrorist groups. Hence, the scholars must wake up. There are hundreds of scholars in Singapore.
They must do more to impact society and give the youth hope and guidance. In my opinion, while the onus is on the scholars to guide the youth, a suggested approach is to adopt a paradigm shift by remaining to have multiple identities but ensuring that only the best one layer from one of those identities is portrayed. In matters of religion, he must be steadfast in performing five 5 essential pillars of Islam. The daily obligatory prayers cannot be compromised.
Those matters which are prohibited in the Koran and Sunnah cannot be tolerated. At the same time, a Muslim can still enjoy practising his ethnic and cultural activities. As a citizen, he must avoid all crimes e. At the same time, many customary practices uphold youth to respect the elderly and live harmoniously with other races.
Tariq Ramadan mentioned the following: Experts, 16 April , http: I live with those identities In fiqh, it is understood that sexual relationship can only occur between a man and a woman only. However, the modern world today has seen a rise in open relationships of the same sex. Though this is not in line with Shariah, the Muslim minority has to respect the decision of others and at the same time, educate the youth about the vices of such sexual disorientation.
This is to ensure a proper continuation of progeny. Even if this is proven that LGBT is hereditary in nature, it can be rectified through education or therapy. Islam does not support the idea of humans embracing or supporting LGBT, but it does offer a viable solution. In the case of hermaphrodite, god is most forgiving as a person of such nature poses genitals of both gender.
It promotes the theme that everybody has the freedom to love. Hence, this may deprive the best abled Muslims from serving their country. The Singapore Defence Minister mentioned that Malay-Muslims are excluded from the Navy due to the fact that halal- certified kitchen has to be prepared in the ships. I hope that the Muslim minority will be given better opportunities like the majority to prove they can contribute to the nation. Adoption of Shariah by Singapore Courts Difference of opinion in the community is a token of divine mercy… - Imam Abu Hanifah in his book al-Fiqh al-Akbar It is likely that any fatawa or Shariah rulings will not remain binding to the civil courts in Singapore even in near future.
Nevertheless, I am confident that the Singapore courts will provide the best decision with both parties based on equity or common law , which will indirectly aligned close to the spirit of Shariah e. I stand corrected, http: Ng Eng Hen, 16 February , http: According to Aljunied , they are divided into three 3 types: In addition, the digital age around the world can make the religious scholars outdated as many of them shun from such media due to their perception that learning religion online constitutes lack of learning manners and ethics i.
Many members of the public are busy online most of their time, as usage of smart phones is considered the norm. It is obvious that they will come across religious queries which have not been verified by established scholars.
In addition, the scholars have to stop arguing among themselves with different ideologies. Issues such as validity of Mawlid, mass dzikr and inter-madzahib debate should cease. Hence, scholars in Singapore should drive their focus on solving the main current issues affecting the lives of the Muslim minority in Singapore. These issues may include environmental pollution, gender rights, ban of hijab, LGBT movement, and degradation of moral values and drug addiction among the youth. In my opinion, the scholars need to achieve not just seeking the knowledge of Islam but inheriting wisdom to be strategic in solving issues in daily lives.
There are many Muslim groups all over the world which practise regular dzikr. They are Sufis. If their knowledge increases but guidance does not, it is feared that they are experiencing istidraj i. This is because these books have compiling the opinions of some of the great scholars and saints pertaining to the following: Everybody, regardless of religions, are able to benefit due to its ethical nature of Islamic finance.
Since it is clear that the Singapore government is expecting the market forces to drive Islamic finance, a strategy has to be in place through shura among all the Islamic finance players with an ameer leader appointed. Islamic banking and finance in Singapore has a long was to go. In summary, it has to focus on its infrastructure i.
Shariah governance and compliance and business development. The additional risks that Islamic finance players need to manage is the Shariah non- compliance risks. Appendix L will detail the business strategy to grow Islamic finance in Singapore. His biography is detailed here: Threshold - Fundamentals in Shariah cannot be compromised when flexibility is exercised.
Application - Flexibility is exercised for the whole Muslim minority in that location at that time only. The new rulings are applicable for the minority at that place at that time only. Objective — The aim is facilitate taysir lives of Muslims living with the non-Muslim majority without compromising the Maqasid. Variables - The rule changes in accordance with time, place, and circumstances. The Model is definitely a desideratum for the Muslim minority in Singapore.
Fiqh rulings based on Shariah can be adapted based on circumstances. This means that Islam, if properly and contextually applied, can be practised anywhere. Hence, the rukhshah has to be applied as well. The legislation that facilitates enactment of Shariah in accordance to Shafie mazhab, the solidarity of scholars working together to provide fatawa unique for Singapore context, and the pragmatic mind-set of the Muslims to advance spiritually, intellectually and economically are, in my opinion, the most critical success factors for this country to ensure that the deen remains relevant.
The deen is designed to offer solutions to mankind. This concept ensures that Muslims have good manners and integrity to maintain peace with the non-Muslim majority.
Making religious practices easy in consideration to human diversity is important especially in missionary work, what more if Muslims are a minority. In my opinion, to enhance the living conditions of the Muslims in Singapore, the Model needs to be applied together with other complementary concepts. Without sacrificing their fundamentals in the deen, it is important that the Muslim must present Islam to everybody in its best and honourable manner to gain social respect.
It is clear that the Singapore government has accepted religious groups , including the Muslim minority, to create a plural society. Religions and religious groups play a crucial role in social development.
The Singapore government places high priority on the economic development and social harmony. It is the duty of the Muslim minority to ensure that they remain relevant to contribute to society - by acquiring necessary knowledge and proving to society that proper Islamic law can be fully implemented for the benefit of everybody regardless of their social class and religious beliefs.
Refer to National Archives of Singapore: The concept of Dar al-Sulh seems more appropriate. Considering that the Muslim minority has a safe environment to live in and supportive government in Singapore, they must work together in having their own community, with the purpose of serving themselves and the country.
Without solidarity or collective effort, they may lose their unique identity in society. The Koran mentions the importance of social unity: Regardless of race, language or religion, it is just too imperative for me to reiterate that the Muslim minority, just like other religious or ethnic groups, cannot become weak. They have to ensure they gain the necessary knowledge and skills and prove to society their calibre by making themselves indispensable citizens, for their country and for their religion.
According to Parray , some of the disciplines the Muslim minority needs to master are social studies, economics, political science and international relations. It is a fundamental matter to note that the religion comprises both the non-principle matters and absolutes. While the former can adapt to different situations, the latter cannot be changed. It is the duty of the scholars and religious authorities to be cautious and establish when flexibility is applied and how the contextualisation can be carried without compromising the core objective of the deen which is to achieve piety and state of god-consciousness among the Muslim minority in Singapore.
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