SYEIKH DAUD AL-FATANI’S ECONOMIC THOUGHT REGARDING THE CONCEPT OF GHARAR IN THE BOOK OF FIQH JAWI (SULLAM AL-MUBTADI) : FOCUSING ON AKAD MUA’WADAH

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mohd faisal
MUALIMIN MOCHAMMAD SAHID
https://orcid.org/0000-0001-6100-2809

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Economic thought is defined as research, theory and economic troubleshooting methods for ideas and efforts from Islamic scholars based on the benefits and syara’. The flourish of the Islamic economic thought discussion began since the early period of Prophet Muhammad SAW because one of the aspects in the al-Quran and al-Sunnah is about economy. With the expansion of Islamic civilization, the discussion regarding economy was flourish as well, especially with the emergence of the fiqh scholars and the sects of fiqh. Fiqh scholars were one of the people who played vital roles in expressing ideas based on naqli and aqli propositions, in addition of arranging discussions in regard to economics. Conservative scholars in the Malay Archipelago such as Syeikh Daud al-Fatani had also played the same role in the Malay World. Thus, this study aims at analyzing the economic thought regarding the concept of gharar in one of his work (the text of Sullam al-Mubtadi) using content analysis method. The focus of the research is on the Mua’wadah contract.

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faisal, mohd, & MOCHAMMAD SAHID, M. (2019). SYEIKH DAUD AL-FATANI’S ECONOMIC THOUGHT REGARDING THE CONCEPT OF GHARAR IN THE BOOK OF FIQH JAWI (SULLAM AL-MUBTADI) : FOCUSING ON AKAD MUA’WADAH. Malaysian Journal of Syariah and Law, 7(1), 25-31. https://doi.org/10.33102/mjsl.v7i1.178
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