ISLAMIC SHARI’A AND RELIGIOUS FREEDOM ON NON-MUSLIM: STUDY ON SPIRITUAL EDUCATION IN PUBLIC SCHOOLS IN BANDA ACEH, INDONESIAJournal: Educational Research International (Vol.5, No. 1)
Publication Date: 2016-02-15
Authors : Mumtazul Fikri;
Page : 25-31
Keywords : Islamic shari’a; religious freedom; religious education;
Islamic Shari'a in Aceh began to be run since the enactment of Law No. 44 of 1999 on the privilege of Aceh which was then reinforced by the enactment of Law No. 11 of 2006 on Governing Aceh. Along the way, Islamic Shari'a in Aceh seems not able to accommodate the interests of non-Muslims, especially the regulation of education. Through a qualitative approach, this study seeks to uncover the true discrimination against religious freedom for non-Muslims, especially in the field of education in Banda Aceh? The results showed that, first, the implementation of religious education in public schools in Banda Aceh run properly without discrimination towards non-Muslims, but precisely there was alleged intervention of confidence between the members of non-Muslims in Banda Aceh. Secondly, some of the obstacles in the public school of religious education, there are the lack of teacher educators and the alleged intervention of cross-religious beliefs. Third, the researcher proposes two models of education as a solution to these obstacles that the model of inter-school cross religious characterized, and a model of cross-school enrichment groups.
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