Inconsistency of Salafi’s Bid’ah Concept

Keywords

New Bid’ah
Salafy
Quran-Hadis Law Consideration
Pandemic COVID-19

How to Cite

Putra, D. A., Sayuti, & Rahim , R. A. A. . (2024). Inconsistency of Salafi’s Bid’ah Concept: Shifting The Quran-Hadis Law Consideration During Covid-19 Pandemic in Indonesia. Al-Risalah: Forum Kajian Hukum Dan Sosial Kemasyarakatan, 24(1), 120–140. https://doi.org/10.30631/alrisalah.v24i1.1523

Abstract

For the past century, Bid’ah (Eng. Innovation) is a fundamental-sociological problem in modern Muslim life. During the COVID-19 pandemic, Salafis in Indonesia took a different path than usual to respond new innovations in the rules of Islamic worship practices. This article highlights the dynamics of understanding bid'ah as a Salafi order in Indonesia during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through reading Salafi data and documents, the article finds that Salafis confirm new innovations in religion during the pandemic which are different from previous Salafi orders to refer directly to the Quran and Hadith regarding to the issue of Bid’ah. This shows the inconsistency of Salafi understanding in terms of reviewing law in the context of social change. This inconsistency was carried out by: first, changing the approach in quoting and referring to the Quran and Hadith from a puritanism approach to a maslahah approach. Second, changing the aim of selecting Quran and Hadith legal propositions from returning to the understanding of the Salaf to referring to the Salaf's experience regarding epidemic conditions (thaun). This Salafi order circumvents aspects of Islamic law by accepting 'new bid'ah' (new innovations) during Covid-19 is proof of Salafi flexibility on the issue of Bid'ah.

https://doi.org/10.30631/alrisalah.v24i1.1523

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