PENGARUH COVID -19 DALAM FIQIH IBADAH PERSPEKTIF NEUROSAINS: Studi Kasus: Shalat Jum'at Shaf Berjarak 1 Meter Di Masjid Sunan Kalijaga

Al Ulya

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Title PENGARUH COVID -19 DALAM FIQIH IBADAH PERSPEKTIF NEUROSAINS: Studi Kasus: Shalat Jum'at Shaf Berjarak 1 Meter Di Masjid Sunan Kalijaga
Pengaruh Covid -19 dalam Fiqih Ibadah Perspektif Neurosans: Studi Kasus Shalat Jum'at Shaf Berjarak 1m di Masjid Sunan Kalijaga: Studi Kasus: Shalat Jum'at Shaf Berjarak 1 Meter Di Masjid Sunan Kalijaga
 
Creator Muhammad Hisyam Fathin
Suyadi
 
Subject Masjid Lockdown
Fikih Ibadah
Neurosains
Lockdown Masjid
Fiqh of Worship
Neuroscience
 
Description In March 2020 there was a lockdown in mosques in Indonesia and there were some mosques who still allowed their congregation to pray at the mosque by imposing distance shafts, because recently in the world even in Indonesia was hit by a disaster in the form of Covid-19 virus or corona virus. The government in Indonesia is taking fast response actions in dealing with the spread of the corona virus, by applying social distancing, using masks when outside the home, in terms of worship also applies distance prayers in areas that are still safe while in areas that already suffer from Covid-19 to pray pilgrims at their respective homes, this is done in order to prevent the spread of covid-19 that occurred in Indonesia. The aim is to analyze the effect of Covid-19 on the procedure for conducting prayers through online observation methods and other online news, the results of the study show that after the covid-19 occurrence some scholars believe that the procedure for conducting congregational prayers at the mosque may be done within a distance of one congregation with worshipers others one meter or less away in that area with covid-19 transmission are still few.
Pada bulan Maret Tahun 2020 terjadinya lockdown di masjid-masjid  di Indonesia dan ada beberapa masjid yang masih membolehkan jama’ahnya untuk sholat di masjid dengan memberlakukan shaf berjarak, karena baru-baru ini di dunia bahkan di Indonesia sedang terkena musibah berupa virus Covid-19 atau virus corona. Pemerintah di Indonesia melakukan aksi cepat tanggap dalam menangani penyebaran virus corona ini, dengan memberlakukan social distancing, menggunakan masker saat diluar rumah, dalam hal ibadah pun memberlakukan sholat berjarak di daerah yang masih aman sedangkan di daerah yang sudah banyak yang menderita Covid-19 melakukan sholat jamaah dirumah masing-masing, ini dilakukan guna pencegahan penyebaran covid-19 yang terjadi diindonesia.Tujuannya menganalisis pengaruh Covid-19 terhadap tata cara pelaksanaan ibadah sholat melalui metode observasi online dan berita online lainnya, hasil penelitian menunjukkan bahwa setelah terjadinya covid-19 beberapa ulama berpendapat bahwasanya tata cara pelaksanaan sholat jamaah di masjid boleh dilakukan dengan berjarak antara satu jamaah dengan jamaah yang lain sejauh satu meter atau kurang dari itu di daerah yang penularan covid-19 masih sedikit.
 
Publisher IAI Sunan Giri Bojonegoro
 
Date 2020-10-26
 
Type info:eu-repo/semantics/article
info:eu-repo/semantics/publishedVersion
Peer-reviewed Article
 
Format application/pdf
 
Identifier http://ejournal.sunan-giri.ac.id/index.php/al-ulya/article/view/290
10.36840/ulya.v5i2.290
 
Source Al Ulya : Jurnal Pendidikan Islam; Vol. 5 No. 2 (2020): Oktober; 136-150
Al Ulya : Jurnal Pendidikan Islam; Vol 5 No 2 (2020): Oktober; 136-150
2597-6656
2540-8127
 
Language ind
 
Relation http://ejournal.sunan-giri.ac.id/index.php/al-ulya/article/view/290/265
 
Rights Copyright (c) 2020 Al Ulya : Jurnal Pendidikan Islam
http://creativecommons.org/licenses/by-sa/4.0
 

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