By R. Michael Feener
Arguing for brand spanking new attention of demands implementation of Islamic legislation as tasks of future-oriented social transformation, this e-book provides a severe evaluate of the day by day workings of 1 of the main complicated experiments with the implementation of Islamic legislations within the modern global - that of post-tsunami Aceh.
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Chapter 3 looks at the ways in which understandings of Islam central to the development of Aceh’s contemporary Shariʿa system were developed and transmitted through Islamic educational institutions in Aceh. After tracing the outlines of major developments in both Traditionalist and Modernist-style schools in twentieth-century Aceh, this chapter focuses on the pivotal role of the Banda Aceh campus of the State Institute for Islamic Studies (IAIN) in the contemporary Islamic legal system. This local branch of the Indonesian national system of Islamic higher education has played a primary role in the design, development, leadership, and day-today operations of the state institutions responsible for the implementation of Islamic law under the current state Shariʿa system.
For the former, the post-disaster/postconflict context provided a critical juncture for invigorating the province’s fledgling Islamic legal system, as well as for heightened expectations of wide-ranging social transformation in accordance with daʿwa-inspired ideals that had been taking shape in Aceh for decades. Through an explication of these historical developments and critical analysis of the current work of the institutions that have been established to implement the Shariʿa in contemporary Aceh, this book seeks to open up new lines of critical discussion on one of the most complex experiments with the implementation of Islamic law in the contemporary world.
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