Comparison of Rights and Obligations of Believers in Islam and Regulation in Indonesia
Zahratul Idami, M. Hum, Azhari Yahya
Available Online 13 March 2020.
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- rights and obligations, religion adherent, Islam, Indonesian regulatory
- Each adherents of religion in a country have rights and obligations. Indonesia is a country of law which is predominantly Muslim. Islam also has regulations of its own in arranging the rights and obligations of the followers. Indonesian state which adheres to the rule of law certainly regulates the relationship between followers of one religion and those of other religions so that if a problem occurs legally it can be resolved and each adherent of the religion knows his rights and obligations. This paper scrutinizes the Rights and Obligations set out in Islam and regulations in Indonesia towards respective faiths. The method used in this study is Juridical Normative methods and the approach applied for this study is qualitative approach and comparative study. The results indicate that the Rights and Obligations of the followers of the religion which is set in Islam is the right to choose a religion and the obligation to respect the religious choice, the Rights and Obligations to safeguard and maintain the dignity of all religious adherents, the Rights and Obligations not to be insulted and do not insult the beliefs and worship of religious believers, the Rights and Obligations to guard and guard the places of worship of all religious adherents, the Rights and Obligations to get the same treatment before the law. The rights of each religion follower in regulation in Indonesia include: the Right to freedom to embrace religion and the obligation to respect the freedom of each religious adherent in choosing religion, the Right to religion or worship according to their respective religions and beliefs, and Obligation to respect and appreciate the difference of religion in the running of worship according to their religion or belief the right to legal protection from the state, and the Right to equal treatment before the law as well as the obligation to comply with any matter that has been set that related to religion.
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TY - CONF AU - Zahratul Idami AU - M. Hum AU - Azhari Yahya PY - 2020 DA - 2020/03/13 TI - Comparison of Rights and Obligations of Believers in Islam and Regulation in Indonesia BT - Proceedings of the International Conference on Law, Governance and Islamic Society (ICOLGIS 2019) PB - Atlantis Press SP - 210 EP - 214 SN - 2352-5398 UR - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200306.215 DO - https://doi.org/10.2991/assehr.k.200306.215 ID - Idami2020 ER -