Realiti Gerakan Islam dalam Konteks Pembangunan Peradaban di Asia Tenggara

The Reality of the Islamic Movement in the Context of Civilisation Development in Southeast Asia

Authors

  • Abdullah Zaik Abd Rahman Ikatan Muslimin Malaysia (ISMA)

DOI:

https://doi.org/10.47548/ijistra.2023.67

Keywords:

Peradaban Islam, Gerakan Islam, Asia Tenggara

Abstract

Kertas kerja ini telah dibentangkan di Persidangan Kuala Lumpur Summit yang telah diadakan di Turkiye pada Disember 2022. Kertas kerja ini membincangkan persoalan adakah usaha gerakan Islam di Dunia Islam umumnya dan di Asia Tenggara khususnya sepanjang satu kurun pertama selepas kejatuhan khilafah merupakan sebuah projek pembangunan peradaban Islam yang sebenar. Projek pembangunan peradaban Islam yang lahir daripada kefahaman tentang konsep hadarah yang sebenar menuntut proses perubahan yang syumul dan mendasar. Bagaimanapun, usaha membangunkan semula peradaban Islam yang dibawa oleh gerakan Islam masih berada dalam kerangka ketamadunan Barat yang diimport daripada luar. Penilaian semula cara fikir, pendekatan dan strategi gerakan Islam adalah penting sebagai intervensi bagi memastikan segala gerak kerja gerakan Islam pada hari ini benar-benar menyumbang kepada projek besar pembinaan peradaban Islam di masa hadapan.

This paper was presented at the Kuala Lumpur Summit Conference held in Turkiye in December 2022. This paper discusses the question of whether the efforts of the Islamic movements in the Islamic World in general and in Southeast Asia in particular throughout the first century after the fall of the caliphate is the real and true Islamic civilisational development project. The Islamic civilisational development project based on the true understanding of the hadarah concept requires a comprehensive and fundamental change process. However, the efforts to rebuild Islamic civilisation brought by the Islamic movements are still within the Western civilisation framework. Revieweing the Islamic movements’ way of thinking, approach and strategy are important as an intervention to ensure that all the efforts of the Islamic movements today really contribute to the big project of building Islamic civilisation in the future.

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Published

2023-05-31

How to Cite

Abd Rahman, A. Z. (2023). Realiti Gerakan Islam dalam Konteks Pembangunan Peradaban di Asia Tenggara: The Reality of the Islamic Movement in the Context of Civilisation Development in Southeast Asia. International Journal of Interdisciplinary and Strategic Studies, 4(6), 356-365. https://doi.org/10.47548/ijistra.2023.67