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Title: Arus Utama Perdebatan Hukum Perkawinan Beda Agama
Authors: Khamami Zada
Keywords: interfaith marriage law, islamic family law, Ahl al-Kitāb
Issue Date: 30-Oct-2012
Publisher: Ahkam: Vol. XIII, No. 1
Abstract: Mapping the Mainstreaming Debate Regarding to Interfaith Marriage Law. This article intends to observe the linkage of the implementation of interfaith marriage law with the opinion of Islamic jurists’ and to political and social change in a country. Interfaith marriage law—as occurred in (former) North Yemen, Jordan, Algeria, and Iraq—is not influenced by the Islamic school of thought of the majority population. In contrary, interfaith marriage in the aforementioned states is not inline with the mainstream opinion of islamic jurists that forbidding softly (makrūh) Muslim man to marry a woman of Ahl al-Kitāb. The regulation is obviously influenced by the rise of Islamism, such as the Muslim brotherhood in Jordan, Front Islamic Salvation in Algeria, and the growing influence of Shiite movements in Iraq and North Yemen in establishing religious conservatism in matters of interfaith marriage. Thus, it can be understood why those countries prefer to refer text of the Quran that regulate interfaith marriage law.
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