Penolakan Peran Dokter Sebagai Eksekutor Sanksi Hukum Kebiri di Indonesia: Perspektif Filsafat Hukum Islam

Al-Izzah: Jurnal Hasil-Hasil Penelitian

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Title Penolakan Peran Dokter Sebagai Eksekutor Sanksi Hukum Kebiri di Indonesia: Perspektif Filsafat Hukum Islam
Creator Harahap, Abdul Aziz
Islamy, Athoillah
Subject rejection of doctors; executors; castration; Islamic law
Description Behind the pro-contra polemic of imposing castration legal sanctions for criminals of pedophilia in Indonesia, doctors have a dilemma as a profession that is considered to have medical competence and is worthy of being executors. It is due to the principle of maintaining the safety of human souls and the prohibition of taking action that endangers the lives of others in the code of ethics for the medical profession. The research seeks to present the perspective of Islamic legal philosophy in analyzing the arguments in the Indonesian Doctors Association (IDI) rejection as the executor of the punishment for castration. This research is qualitative in the form of a literature review. This type of legal research is included in the category of philosophical normative Islamic law research using Islamic law principles (qawaid fiqhiyah). This research concludes that the principle of not endangering the safety of others in the medical profession is parallel to the rules of Islamic law (fiqh) which reads al-ḍararu yuzālu (fade must be eliminated). However, the provisions of the fiqh rule are not absolute. It means that under certain conditions, the act of harming someone is allowed in order to create public benefit (al-maslahat al-ammah). Therefore, a doctor who serves as executor in applying the caste penalty for pedophile offenders does not contradict the philosophy of Islamic law.
Publisher Institut Agama Islam Negeri Kendari
Date 2021-06-02
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
Peer-reviewed Article
Format application/pdf
Source Al-Izzah: Jurnal Hasil-Hasil Penelitian; Vol 16, No. 1, Mei 2021; 58-69
Language eng
Rights Copyright (c) 2021 Athoillah Islamy, Abdul Aziz Harahap

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